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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.

As Sandy Closes Markets, Grains Trade Lower

Oct 29, 2012

News of NYSE equity markets closed today have dominated headlines, with grains, meats, metals, and crude oil all remaining open. Volume has been very light today, and the time of this post we see soybeans leading grains lower -- Down 31 cents on the November contract. This morning Brock and Logan discuss the market closures and expectations for South American weather.

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