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Video: All eyes on USDA Report

11/05/2010 @ 3:28pm

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--This week's USDA Report is being called the last 'supply-side' snapshot for 2010 crops.

Will the government drop the U.S. corn yield, sending 2010 corn production lower? That question is on the minds of many. If the data is bullish, do the markets stay higher throughout Tuesday's session?

Mike McGinnis, Agriculture.com's Chicago Markets Bureau Chief, has a preview.  imgMarketeye: All eyes on USDA Report
Mike McGinnis shares predictions ahead of the USDA report.

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