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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Mon Mar 17, 2014 11:57 AM CDT

CME Group outlined its new mechanism for setting daily price limits on the grain markets. One of our editors saw a tweet and asked: What does this mean, and do we need to tell people about it?

The answer from our Senior Analyst Darin Newsom was a resounding yes, followed by a technical description of how the new method would work. But while Newsom answered in wonderful detail, I think the editor's question was just as revealing.

Not every DTN reader (or every DTN staffer) understood what this headline said at first glance. They've probably heard of days where the ...

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