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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Tue Jul 1, 2014 04:18 PM CDT

A bearish confirmation of the markets' outlook sent the grain complex down pretty hard on Monday. Tuesday followed up with another slide, although there was an attempt at a late session rally.

As Darin Newsom pointed out in his column following the report, now that the smoke has cleared, the reports did nothing more than solidify the trends and, in the case of soybeans, kick it into hyper speed.

But they did raise -- perhaps resurrect is a better word -- questions about the crops' supply and demand tables. If corn stocks are really 3.85 billion bushels, is the 5.3 ...

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