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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…

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…

Weekly Market Wrap-up: Low Prices Cure Low Prices By: 07/25/2014 @ 12:16pm

  RELATED VIDEO       Low prices, cure low prices. Meaning once the…

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A Real Marketing Strategy Needed This Year, Analyst Says By: 07/25/2014 @ 11:24am

As markets move up and down, you are provided with different marketing choices for shifting risk or taking advantage of opportunities. Not one tool fits all occasions. We'll look at the right time, place…

SoyRoy: Sell Soybeans Before September Report By: 07/25/2014 @ 11:02am

The long-term soybean futures charts show a sharp drop after the July 4 weekend. This usually ends sometime in the middle of July as the market gets oversold. It is normally accompanied by production problems…

Wheat Prices Turn Higher By: 07/25/2014 @ 8:45am

DES MOINES, Iowa (Agriculture.com)--Even after big, fresh export sales announced, the CME Group's corn and soybean markets have dipped lower Friday.At the open, the Dec. corn futures are trading 3/4 cent…

Corn, Soybeans to Move Lower Friday By: 07/25/2014 @ 7:41am

On Friday, the CME Group's corn, soybean, and wheat markets are expected to start lower. The early calls for the commodities on Friday, July 25, 2014, are lower. Corn is seen opening 2 to 4 cents lower…

Same Market Story, Different Market Week By: 07/24/2014 @ 2:41pm

Many of the same fundamental forces continue to play out in the markets this week. More estimates of a record corn crop hit the news wire, weather forecasts do not contain a massive heat dome, and speculative…

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