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    July 14, 2014

    DTN Grain Close: Markets Break Losing Streak

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    November soybeans closed higher Monday for the first time in eleven sessions, helped by bargain-hunting and hope that Tuesday’s crush report from NOPA may offer some bullish encouragement. Wheat prices also finished higher after Friday’s CFTC data showed an increase of commercial buying responding to wheat’s cheap prices.

     
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