Soybeans were higher for the second day on a row, fueled by strong export demand.
The dollar hit a 14-year high this week, which makes U.S. commodities more expensive for foreign buyers.
The 6 to 10 day outlook shows milder weather in the forecast.
Next week everyone will have their eyes turned toward Argentina to see if the soybean fields there get rain.
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