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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 3-16-11

Wednesday, Mar 16 2011

Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing said corn was the market of concern for today. Corn was weakest due to long liquidation to cover margin losses. Other markets including beans, wheat and bean oil were responding well. Outside markets are starting to firm up but corn may wait until after the March 31 acerage report.

 

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