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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Nov 4, 2013 03:18 PM CST

All eyes through the Monday trading session were focused on the corn market. Well, not quite. Actually, if anyone was left watching the corn market at the end of the trading session, it would be amazing. The corn market has reverted into what in any other market would be considered a dead market -- especially Monday's trade session, as trade was limited in a 3-cent price range in electronic markets, but fell just 1 cent per bushel by closing bell.

Other corn contracts through the complex struggled to close anything but unchanged. Corn markets have not been very active over ...

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