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A record world supply and strong U.S. dollar are leaving analysts pessimistic about the wheat market for 2016.
Assets in North America, which exports more grain than any other region in the world, also are drawing interest from overseas because global demand for food is expected to keep rising for decades.
Argentina will reduce its tariff on soybean exports by five percentage points, to 30 percent, when President-elect Mauricio Macri takes office.
A soybean price bounce early this week could indicate a new trend coming in prices. Jerry Gulke explains.
Light volume is expected during the holiday trading period, which could cause sharp moves.