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RSS By: Brock Schimbeno, AgWeb.com

Grain Hedge is a self-directed discount brokerage that saves farmers money when trading in the futures and options market. For $7 commissions per side producers can execute their marketing strategy with authority, any time the markets trade.

Corn/Wheat Move Lower -- Beans Barely Hold On To Positive Territory

Dec 17, 2012

Brock and Logan discuss the day's action in the grain market, with corn ending the day down 6 1/4, soybeans up 1/2 cent, and wheat off 5 1/4. Soybeans climbed above $15 per bushel during the night session before being pressured lowered by South American precip and export inspections which came in below trade expectations. With this said, we feel this bean market has some legs into the New Year looking at the full demand picture.

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