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Corn, Wheat Surge, Soybeans Slide After Latest WASDE Data

There's going to be a lot of corn and wheat on hand in the U.S., but even though world events -- like protests in South America and economic malaise in FSU nations -- are sending mixed signals right now, those 2 pits aren't following a bearish post-WASDE-report soybean trade but maintaining healthy gains headed past noon on Tuesday.


Corn Planting Is in the Homestretch -- USDA

Three quarters of the U.S. corn crop is in the ground, coming at the high end of the previous trade estimate range and marking another week that saw farmers get at least 20% of the crop in the ground as of Sunday.