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Kansas City wheat futures started lower primarily on outside markets but moved higher on a sale of wheat to Egypt and strength in corn futures, traders said. The U.S. Dollar was trading higher early and crude and gold markets were lower, according to traders. News that Egypt purchased 220,000 metric tonnes of U.S. wheat supported the turn in KC wheat higher. There was no real follow-through on the downside, traders said. CBOT corn futures continue to rally on last week's USDA reports of lower production numbers.
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