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February 26, 2015
Grain markets saw a nice recovery today following yesterday’s weaker session. Soybeans were the leader picking up 14 to 16 cents. Concerns over the truck strike in Brazil drove the soy complex as there has yet to be any resolution found; the strike is not only causing logistic issues with soybean movement to the ports but it is also causing fuel shortage issues. Export numbers on soybeans this morning came as expected. The corn market gained around 4 cents led by the stronger bean market but weaker Crude Oil prices did seem to limit gains along with weekly export sales coming in at the bottom of the anticipated range. Funds finished the session being net buyers of 8,000 corn contracts, 10,000 bean contracts, and 2,000 wheat contracts. In other markets, Crude Oil was down just over $2.00, Gold futures were up near $8.00, the Dow was just above even, and the Dollar was sharply higher.
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