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Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Jun 29, 2015 08:20 AM CDT

Markets are picking up where Friday left off with higher corn and wheat prices and slightly lower soybeans prices. Soybean prices are affected by the U.S. dollar strength on the Greek crisis supposedly coming to a head Tuesday, and moving foreign currencies to a safe haven in the U.S. I find this an interesting situation after we heard economic fools a few short years ago calling for a new reserve currency. The strength of grains in a backdrop of an exploding U.S. currency says volumes about what is happening in the ag markets. Hedge funds, money managers, and the majority of ...

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