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Sanow's Market Sense
Thu Oct 25, 2012 10:56 AM CDT

This week has seen the corn market continue in its consolidation pattern as investors remain mostly on the sideline waiting for some type of fresh bullish news. A day doesn't go by that a story comes across the wire touting how slow demand is. I can't argue the fact that exports have reached a dismal level.

Thursday morning saw total export sales come in about a third of the 410,500 metric tons (16.2 million bushels) needed to stay on pace with USDA's 1.15 billion bushel demand projection, while shipments were roughly half the 575,200 mt (22.6 mb) needed to keep ...

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