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    July 23, 2013
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    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices

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    From USDA

    The following prices are effective from 07/24/13 at 12:01 am Eastern Time until the next announcement occurs. The next announcement is scheduled for 08/06/13 at 3:00 pm Eastern Time.

    * $424.65 per ton for Runner peanuts

    * $408.91 per ton for Spanish peanuts

    * $428.17 per ton for Valencia peanuts

    * $428.17 per ton for Virginia peanuts

    These NPP are unchanged from last week and will remain in effect for 2 weeks, after which time 2013-crop loan differentials will be incorporated in the announced rates.





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