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Newsom on the Market
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Jan 10, 2014 05:50 AM CST

What do we do with corn as USDA's January round of reports comes barreling at us like another polar vortex? Is the market, bloodied and battered already, strong enough to withstand another bearish blow, or will it finally crack under the pressure? The storyline is dramatic, but the plot could still potentially take a number of twists and turns before the bell rings, marking the end of this week's trade.

As I talked about in DTN's report preview Thursday ("It's That Time Again"), pre-report estimates are looking for the corn numbers to be bearish. Production is expected to climb above ...

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