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Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Aug 3, 2015 08:38 AM CDT

To start out another month on a sour note is never a good sign. To do so in August is even worse, especially this time around after a violent price action in July. The new-crop price ranges from low to high varied over $1.10 for both wheat (Chicago SRW) and soybeans, and over 75 cents for corn. Worse yet, the close on Friday was lower than the June 30 crop report low and resulted in a limit-up move in corn and more than a 50 cent move in soybeans. When prices turn with a vengeance based on what appears to ...

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