July 25, 2014


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7/25 8:00 AM Update-Listen in to our recap of overnight trade, and a look ahead to what we’re watching today.
TNWUC100-3 Quiet Before The Next Storm
7/25 
Grain futures are mostly lower in a quiet overnight session. The potential size of this year’s corn and soybean harvest is keeping traders bearish
Corn Field100-2 Competing Forces in Corn Trade Today
7/24 
There were two main forces working on the corn today, one in each direction. First corn saw very strong new crop sales compared to expectations which helped to add support
Huge New Crop Soybean Sales Reported
7/24
Soybean sales were 226,681 tonnes for old crop (150,000 – 250,000 expected) and 2,451,103 tonnes for new…
High Pressure Settles Over Cornbelt
7/24
Cooler high pressure settles in over the Corn Belt today. This will hold into tomorrow, but our next frontal boundary will arrive in the western Corn Belt later tonight and will…
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