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DTN Before The Bell Grain Comments
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Tue Sep 1, 2015 08:12 AM CDT

Morning CME Globex Update:

December corn is down 4 cents, November soybeans are down 8 1/4 cents, and December Chicago wheat is up 2 cents. Corn and soybeans are lower early Tuesday after another favorable Crop Progress report from USDA and report of weak manufacturing data out of China. Wheat is starting higher, helped by noncommercial short-covering while prices are near their contract lows.

Other Markets:

Dow Jones: Lower
U.S. Dollar Index: Lower
Gold: Higher
Crude Oil: Lower

Corn:

December corn was lower early after receiving another favorable Crop Progress report late Monday. USDA said that 92% of corn was ...

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