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Corn Ends Up, Soybeans Lower By: 04/22/2014 @ 8:39am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--Talk of another investment bank exiting commodities aided in pushing the soybean market to a lower close Tuesday.The July corn…

Spring Planting Delays Unfolding By: 04/22/2014 @ 8:21am

Once again in 2014 we have delayed planting similar to in 2013, as most progress numbers are very similar to the slow…

Corn, Soybean Prices to Track Higher Tuesday By: 04/22/2014 @ 8:03am

On Tuesday, the CME Group's corn, soybean, and wheat markets are expected to start higher. The early calls for…

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How Many Soybean Acres Do We Need? By: 04/21/2014 @ 1:44pm

The USDA's survey of U.S. crop producers last month revealed intentions to plant 81.493 million acres of soybeans this year. That is 3.765 million more than reported as planted or intended to be planted…

Soybeans, Wheat Drop Double-Digits By: 04/21/2014 @ 11:52am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--On Monday, the CME Group's soybean and wheat markets closed under heavy pressure, trading double-digits lower. The July corn futures contract closed 6 3/4 cents…

Wheat Futures Rise as Cold, Drought Threaten U.S. Crop By: 04/17/2014 @ 3:51pm

Wheat futures rose for the third time in four sessions on speculation that cold weather earlier this week and continued dry weather in the U.S. southern Great Plains will curb production.About 18% of Kansas…

Soy Roy: Rally Ends When Barber Asks About It By: 04/17/2014 @ 2:58pm

Yesterday, I had a phone call from an individual I hear from about once a year. His occupation is remotely connected to the markets. His interest is the equity markets, not commodity futures. He asked a very…

Market Transitions to New-Crop Contracts By: 04/17/2014 @ 2:54pm

The market is paying attention more and more to the new-crop situation. How much corn is planted? What is the weather forecast? How bad is the winter wheat crop?So when traders return to the market after the…

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