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Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Tue Aug 4, 2015 12:56 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- As we near the close, December corn is up 3/4 cent, November soybeans are up 7 3/4 cents, and September Chicago wheat is down 5 1/2 cents. Earlier gains are fading, but soybeans continue to find support from commercial buying in meal. Wheat prices are sliding lower with commercial selling seen in all three. K.C. and Minneapolis wheat are on track to post new closing lows under harvest pressure with the spring wheat harvest now underway.

Posted 11:49 -- December corn is up 4 cents, November soybeans are up 10 3/4 cents, and September Chicago wheat is ...

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