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Harvest pressure offsets bullish exports for corn and soybeans

Harvest pressure offsets bullish exports for corn and soybeans
Wheat markets lower after weak export sales. (audio)

Corn and soybean markets are holding near unchanged as support from bullish weekly export sales is being countered by the ongoing harvest, particularly with forecasts showing several days of rain-free weather in the Midwest.
The weekly export sales for corn and soybeans were up from a week ago and topped trade forecasts, with China again the leading buyer in soybeans.

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n and soybean markets are holding near unchanged. (Photo: maciek905/Thinkstock)

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