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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Thu Jul 17, 2014 08:31 AM CDT

Soybeans have entered that odd time of year when the November contract plays the dual role of covering both old-crop and new-crop activity. Dwindling open interest in the August and a general lack of enthusiasm for the September puts more old-crop commercial attention on the November contract over the last 6 weeks of the marketing year.

Despite continued bearish weather forecasts (conditions generally viewed as favorable for the growing crop) the November contract has rallied off last week's low of $10.65. Much of the support has come from the commercial side of the market, indicated by the weakening carry in ...

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