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Elaine Kub Contributing Analyst
Mon Dec 10, 2007 03:47 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Government economists won't have had access to much fresh production information about soy, corn or wheat since November's USDA reports, so large adjustments to production numbers aren't widely expected until January's crop production report. However, the fast pace of exports could make USDA feel obligated to bullishly tweak ending stocks figures lower in December's supply and demand report to be released Tuesday morning.

Therefore, it would be unwise to rule out surprises, as volatile market conditions have set up the futures trade for quick movements.

As of November 9, USDA saw U.S. ending stocks at 1,899 ...

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