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Rangebound Corn Market Ends Higher By: 07/30/2014 @ 8:37am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--On Wednesday, the CME Group corn and wheat markets stayed higher, while soybeans lag behind.At the close, the Dec. corn futures…

Soybean, Corn Markets To Dip Wednesday By: 07/30/2014 @ 7:43am

On Wednesday, the CME Group's corn, soybean and wheat markets are expected to start mostly lower. The early calls…

Soybeans, Wheat Close Double-Digits Lower By: 07/29/2014 @ 3:12pm

On Tuesday, the CME Group soybean market took back some of the gains from yesterday.At the close, the Dec. corn futures…

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Rain Chances, Global Tumult Sink Grains Tuesday By: 07/29/2014 @ 2:57pm

After a higher day for corn and soybean futures on Monday, it was a Turnaround Tuesday that saw all three major grain pits -- corn, soybeans, and wheat -- duck into the red and stay there the entire open…

Wheat Leads Grains Lower in Tuesday A.M. Trading By: 07/29/2014 @ 11:12am

Since Monday afternoon's USDA Crop Progress report that showed a slight slip in crop conditions, the markets seem to have completely shrugged off that potentially -- though slightly -- bullish news to…

Will Corn and Soybean Yield Models Continue Decline? By: 07/29/2014 @ 8:35am

This week showed the first yield model declines in many weeks as corn and soybeans begin to be stressed in the Corn Belt from lack of rain. Little heat is affecting the crop, though, and that is keeping yields…

Exports Fuel Soybean Price Blowup Monday By: 07/28/2014 @ 2:52pm

Corn and soybeans surged to higher closing prices Monday, led by a soybean pit that was sharply buoyed first by export demand and also by a weather forecast that all of a sudden looks less than ideal for that…

Wheat Bounces Along at the Bottom By: 07/28/2014 @ 1:55pm

Wheat spent most of the week in a sideways, choppy trade. Normally, seasonal lows would be established by now, particularly for winter wheat. But given the overwhelming negative attitude across the grain…

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