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Jack Scoville

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DJ CBOT Delivery Intentions: Totals – May 3
Source: CME Group
Contract Quantity Next Trade
Commodity Month Delivery Day Assigned Today Date Available
SOYBEAN MEAL May. 04, 2018 4 Apr 16, 2018
SOYBEAN OIL May. 04, 2018 280 Apr 27, 2018
ROUGH RICE May. 04, 2018 6 May 02, 2018
CORN May. 04, 2018 478 Apr 30, 2018
KC HRW WHEAT May. 04, 2018 86 Apr 30, 2018
SOYBEAN May. 04, 2018 68 Apr 30, 2018

DJ World Food Prices Edged Higher in April
By David Hodari
LONDON–World food prices edged higher in April, with rises in cereals and dairy products contrasting falling sugar prices, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations said Thursday.
The FAO’s food-price index was up 0.23%, or “nearly unchanged,” last month from March, the organization said. That slight increase took prices 2.7% above their April 2017 level, the report said.
The cereal-price index climbed 1.7% from March, with “prices of wheat, coarse grains and rice all gaining momentum in recent months” thanks to weather in the U.S. and in the wake of a drought in Argentina, according to the report.
Dairy prices gained 3.4%, the FAO said, with rising imports and fears about export availability in New Zealand driving the upward trajectory, according to the report.
Vegetable oils fell 1.4% on month, as most prices for most vegetable oils dropped given growing expectations of a global surplus this year and as demand for palm oil declined, the report said.
Sugar prices decreased 4.8% on month, hitting fresh two-and-a-half-year lows. Widespread expectations of production surpluses combined with relaxed export rules in India added to concerns of gluts in Russia, Thailand, China and the European Union.
Meat prices fell 0.9% on month, and were almost flat on year, with bovine and pig meat prices declining in April.

DJ U.S. March Grain Imports-May 3
In kilograms, from the U.S. Commerce Department, converted to
pounds by Dow Jones.
—-Mar 2018—- —-Feb 2018—-
kilograms pounds kilograms pounds
durum wheat 4,881,039 10,762,691 2,111,829 4,656,583
spring wheat 27,664,135 60,999,418 22,783,610 50,237,860
winter wheat 21,062,142 46,442,023 6,640,016 14,641,235
wheat/meslin 29,648,248 65,374,387 17,534,347 38,663,235
TOTAL WHEAT 83,255,564 183,578,519 49,069,802 108,198,913
barley 12,595,011 27,771,999 2,750,058 6,063,878
oats 1,532,845 3,379,923 1,601,610 3,531,550
corn 28,587,225 63,034,831 37,740,575 83,217,968
other corn 19,165,334 42,259,561 24,438,213 53,886,260
TOTAL CORN 47,752,559 105,294,393 62,178,788 137,104,228

DJ U.S. Mar Soymeal, Vegetable Oils/Oilseed Imports-May 3
In kilograms from the U.S. Commerce Department, converted to pounds
by Dow Jones.
—-Mar 2018—- —-Feb 2018—-
kilograms pounds kilograms pounds
coconut oil 48,581,052 107,121,220 32,230,986 71,069,324
palm kernel oil 32,331,319 71,290,558 32,786,026 72,293,187
palm oil 148,482,039 327,402,896 190,441,702 419,923,953
soybean 42,391,780 93,473,875 29,793,542 65,694,760
soymeal 0 0 0 0
soyoil 9,583,020 21,130,559 18,688,260 41,207,613
rapeseed oil
edible 144,081,401 317,699,489 146,985,540 324,103,116
rapeseed oil,
inedible 726 1,601 150,120 331,015

DJ U.S. March Oilseed, Meal, Oils/Fats Exports-May 3
In kilograms (top). Oils in pounds, soybeans in bushels, meal and hulls in
short tons (bottom). Source: U.S. Department of Commerce.
(*)NOTE: Year ago figures reflect data reported at that time.
Data includes Exports and Re-Exports.
——- In Kilograms ——-
Mar 18 Feb 18 Jan 18 Mar 17(*)
soybeans 3,238,575,867 4,212,824,966 5,762,856,798 3,120,632,263
soyoil 91,412,839 82,143,237 81,949,633 133,683,345
crude 62,563,038 68,827,952 67,939,406 107,656,266
refined 255,788 142,344 153,133 337,664
other/1 28,340,078 12,955,662 13,644,000 25,412,487
hydrogenated 253,935 217,279 213,094 276,928
cottonseed oil 4,895,555 4,225,212 7,433,036 4,207,236
crude 1,400,307 459,752 21,702 135,989
refined 2,405,610 2,055,188 1,481,864 2,288,796
other/1 1,077,866 1,710,272 5,886,764 1,706,289
hydrogenated 11,772 0 42,706 76,162
sun seeds 111,232 114,823 99,038 149,854
sunseed oil 4,124,636 4,239,208 3,442,565 3,813,648
rapeseed 21,008,383 14,847,275 8,410,875 13,257,233
rapeseed oil 5,860,477 9,413,099 13,103,741 11,218,969
crude 1,371,148 4,174,571 7,661,509 4,907,830
refined 4,489,329 5,238,528 5,442,232 6,311,139
linseed meal 212,165 259,721 225,283 510,881
cottonseed meal 10,426,662 8,607,330 9,079,227 7,559,629
soymeal 1,087,910,534 928,305,283 963,675,889 1,035,967,822
soymeal/flour 186,996,953 188,459,131 100,965,014 282,809,993
soymeal hulls 8,776,000 11,426,000 8,479,000 3,495,000
lard 1,189,309 1,580,264 1,776,401 1,605,801
edible tallow 10,116,269 10,994,187 7,134,344 8,706,201
inedible tallow 27,895,674 26,556,543 37,110,590 32,555,292
ch white grease 0 45,885 5,907 74,925
——- In Bushels, Pounds or Short Tons ——-
Mar 18 Feb 18 Jan 18 Mar 17(*)
soybeans 118,996,072 154,793,231 211,746,566 114,662,430
soy oil 201,530,847 181,094,870 180,668,046 294,721,377
crude 137,927,913 151,739,686 149,780,777 237,341,480
refined 563,916 313,815 337,601 744,422
other/1 62,479,188 28,562,350 30,079,876 56,024,953
hydrogenated 559,831 479,018 469,792 610,522
cottonseed oil 10,792,853 9,315,000 16,387,042 9,275,369
crude 3,087,149 1,013,580 47,845 299,804
refined 5,303,463 4,530,915 3,266,951 5,045,932
other/1 2,376,288 3,770,505 12,978,095 3,761,724
hydrogenated 25,953 0 94,151 167,908
sunseeds 245,225 253,141 218,341 330,372
sunseed oil 9,093,267 9,345,855 7,589,558 8,407,656
rapeseed 46,315,564 32,732,644 18,542,808 29,227,201
rapeseed oil 12,920,142 20,752,335 28,888,809 24,733,597
crude 3,022,864 9,203,355 16,890,739 10,819,915
refined 9,897,278 11,548,979 11,998,070 13,913,682
linseed meal 234 286 248 563
cottonseed meal 11,493 9,488 10,008 8,333
soymeal 1,199,204 1,023,271 1,062,260 1,141,947
soymeal flour/me 206,127 207,739 111,294 311,741
soymeal hulls 9,674 12,595 9,346 3,853
lard 2,621,978 3,483,886 3,916,295 3,540,186
edible tallow 22,302,559 24,238,038 15,728,539 19,193,891
inedible tallow 61,499,445 58,547,165 81,814,860 71,772,146
ch white grease 0 101,159 13,023 165,181

DJ U.S. March Grain Exports-May 3
In kilograms (top) and in bushels (bottom), except flour in cwt and malt
in pounds. /1 denotes includes commercial and donated. Source: U.S. Department
of Commerce.
(*)NOTE: Year ago figures reflect data reported at that time.
Data includes Exports and Re-Exports.
——- In Kilograms ——-
Mar 18 Feb 18 Jan 18 Mar 17(*)
Barley 2,701,120 2,785,905 1,761,118 3,914,218
Corn /1 6,489,559,000 3,768,720,000 3,839,485,000 6,775,515,000
Sorghum 985,584,000 718,448,000 630,737,000 560,500,000
Oats 3,725,629 3,321,475 2,627,032 6,402,155
Rye 38,400 30,000 15,101 85,505
Wheat /1 2,153,377,139 1,408,102,566 1,811,475,212 2,476,971,709
wheat flour /1 22,615,847 21,229,523 18,712,134 25,360,387
Malt 36,219,478 35,122,592 30,083,178 42,182,292
——- In Bushels, CWT or Pounds ——-
Mar 18 Feb 18 Jan 18 Mar 17(*)
Barley 124,060 127,954 80,887 179,777
Corn /1 255,480,031 148,366,430 151,152,296 266,737,506
Sorghum 38,800,330 28,283,758 24,830,764 22,065,684
Oats 256,673 228,829 180,986 441,068
Rye 1,512 1,181 594 3,366
Wheat /1 79,122,253 51,738,381 66,559,637 91,012,196
wheat flour /1 498,594 468,031 412,532 559,101
Malt 79,850,294 77,432,074 66,322,066 92,996,051
1/Includes commercial and donated.

DJ U.S. Export Sales: Weekly Sales Totals-May 3
For the week ended Apr 26, in thousand metric tons, except cotton in
thousand running bales. Net changes in commitments are gross sales,
less cancellations, buy-backs and other downward adjustments. Total
commitments are total export shipments plus total sales.
The marketing year for wheat and barley began Jun 1, cotton and
and rice Aug 1, corn, soybeans and sorghum Sep 1, and soy meal and
soy oil Oct 1. Source: USDA
wk’s net chg total
in commitments undlvd sales
this yr next yr this yr last yr this yr next yr
wheat 234.8 210.3 23503.3 27973.1 2852.2 1877.9
hrw 107.9 93.5 9266.9 11787.1 737.6 394.0
srw 56.1 22.6 2504.3 2419.4 411.5 322.9
hrs 14.2 58.6 6066.5 8496.5 931.9 653.3
white 56.6 14.7 5271.8 4763.0 749.4 427.0
durum -0.1 21.0 393.9 507.0 21.8 80.8
corn 1019.9 49.3 51001.7 51815.6 20091.3 2010.9
soybeans 416.3 469.9 54770.3 56676.2 11285.1 5046.4
soy meal 246.0 61.2 10060.8 9082.5 3205.5 278.3
soy oil 44.5 0.0 798.8 832.5 308.2 0.8
upland cotton 189.9 299.1 15844.4 13376.5 6159.5 3639.8
Pima cotton 11.0 0.0 585.4 590.7 132.4 44.0
sorghum 29.1 0.0 5278.6 4252.3 604.2 0.0
barley 0.0 0.0 40.0 25.5 10.4 39.4
rice 15.2 0.2 2557.5 3146.0 476.7 8.7

WHEAT
General Comments Wheat markets were mixed, with Chicago a little lower, but with Kansas City and Minneapolis a little higher due to continued forecasts for dry weather in the Great Plains. The rains in the Great Plains are still hard to find, and the Kansas Wheat Tour is finding very poor crops and conditions as it moves through the state this week. Yield estimates are down from previous years, but are so far not the absolute disaster that one might have expected given the extreme weather in much of the region. The crop tour ends today and a final production estimate will be released at the end of the day. Warmer and drier weather is expected for the Midwest to help speed crop development. Warmer weather should also move out of the northern Great Plains and Canadian Prairies to allow for some fieldwork to start in Spring Wheat areas. USDA showed that fieldwork is much behind normal this week. Progress in planting Spring Wheat should increase with the warmer weather for the next week. Demand remains the big problem for Wheat traders. The competition from eastern Europe and the Black Sea area remains very tough, but might start to fade as there are reports of very dry conditions in both Ukraine and Russia.
Overnight News: The southern Great Plains should get mostly dry weather. Temperatures should be below normal. Northern areas should see precipitation in southern areas today. Temperatures should be above normal. The Canadian Prairies should see mostly dry weather or some light precipitation. Temperatures should average mostly above normal.
Chart Analysis: Trends in Chicago are up with no objectives. Support is at 521, 515, and 410 July, with resistance at 532, 534, and 538 July. Trends in Kansas City are up with no objectives. Support is at 543, 533, and 531 July, with resistance at 563, 565, and 568 July. Trends in Minneapolis are mixed to up with objectives of 630 and 650 July. Support is at 613, 610, and 600 July, and resistance is at 627, 631, and 637 July.

RICE:
General Comments: Rice was higher in recovery  trading. July futures managed to close above 1300, and overall price strength continues as tight cash market conditions support old crop futures. Farmers are not really selling Rice and apparently have little left to sell. That means that the commercial buyers might have to id higher for what remains. USDA showed that Rice is now more than half planted in the US. Areas near the Gulf Coast are almost done planting, but areas in the Mid South have had slower planting conditions due to rains and cold weather. Trends are mixed for the short-term, but still up on the weekly charts. The weekly charts are bullish and imply that further gains are likely in coming weeks. Futures have held above major support levels at 1250 on the weekly charts.
Overnight News: The Delta should get drier weather early this week and scattered showers over the second half of the week. Temperatures should be above normal.
Chart Analysis: Trends are mixed. Support is at 1287, 1281, and 1272 July, with resistance at 1313, 1320, and 1328 July.

CORN AND OATS
General Comments: Corn closed slightly lower, but held well when compared to the price action in Soybeans and Wheat, as traders worried about planting progress and reacted to news of increasing crop stress to the Winter Corn crop in Brazil. The crops there need rain in the short-term in order to fill kernels and reach maturity in good shape, but forecasts call for mostly dry and increasingly hot conditions in the main growing areas. The potential for losses is increasing and comes at the back of significant Corn production losses in Argentina earlier this year. Planting progress in the US has been slow, but should get a little faster this week with warmer temperatures. However, there is now some rain around to slow the planing progress once again. The strength in Crude Oil is thought to be driving demand for Corn for Ethanol to higher levels. Ethanol production was 1.032 million barrels per day last week. Processors used 107.35 million bushels of Corn. Strong domestic and export demand ideas remain the best support for futures, but traders are much more interested now than before in the crop conditions here and in Brazil.
Chart Analysis: Trends in Corn are up with objectives of 413 and 436 July. Support is at 399, 396, and 393 July, and resistance is at 406, 409, and 412 July. Trends in Oats are mixed to down with objectives of 220 and 203 July. Support is at 233, 230, and 225 July, and resistance is at 240, 244, and 247 July.

SOYBEANS AND PRODUCTS
General Comments: Soybeans were lower as futures gave up early gains. It was a weak close and one that implied lower prices for the next few days. Soybean Meal was also lower, but Soybean Oil was higher as some traders liquidated some spreads between the two products.. Soybeans traders continue to worry about demand as the negotiations with China are getting started. Wire reports quoted the head of Bunge as saying that China is buying from Brazil and Canada, but not from the US. US producers are planting, but could have sold some additional supplies on the recent rally. Brazil is about done harvesting and has used rallies to get new sales on the books. The trade hopes for a peaceful solution to the NAFTA talks to keep Mexican and Canadian demand alive. China still prefers Brazilian Soybeans due to the tariff threats and as the new crop Brazil harvest is now available, and the US stands to lose demand in coming weeks from that buyer and maybe others as Brazil expands market share. USDA showed almost no planting progress in its reports, but progress is increasing no won the better weather. Producers have been concentrating on Corn planting, but some are also planting Soybeans.
Overnight News: Peru bought 30,000 tons of US Soybean Oil
Chart Analysis: Trends in Soybeans are mixed. Support is at 1038, 1031, and 1023 July, and resistance is at 1055, 1064, and 1067 July. Trends in Soybean Meal are up with objectives of 423.00 July. Support is at 400.00, 397.00, and 391.00 July, and resistance is at 406.00, 409.00, and 412.00 July. Trends in Soybean Oil are mixed to down with objectives of 3000 and 2860 July. Support is at 3000, 2970, and 2940 July, with resistance at 3080, 3100, and 3120 July.

CANOLA AND PALM OIL
General Comments: Canola was mixed, with nearby months a little lower and new crop months a little higher. The Canadian Dollar was little changed against the US Dollar and is contesting for a move in either direction soon. New crop months have held firm amid lower than expected planted area estimates and unfavorable planting weather until now. Cold weather in the Prairies is increasingly important to the market and has made initial fieldwork impossible. Somewhat warmer and drier weather is possible this week. Charts show that trends are up. Farmers are selling in moderate amounts. Palm Oil was slightly higher. The market thinks it has plenty of Palm Oil for any demand. China reported solid Palm Oil imports for February in data released overnight. Production is seasonally lowered to help ending stocks ideas. The market tested support and the support held for now.
Overnight News:
Chart Analysis: Trends in Canola are mixed to down with objectives of 524.00 and 517.00 July. Support is at 527.00, 523`.00, and 522.00 July, with resistance at 535.00, 537.00, and 539.00 July. Trends in Palm Oil are mixed to down with no objectives. Support is at 2350, 2320, and 2290 July, with resistance at 2390, 2430, and 2460 July.

Midwest Weather Forecast: Chances for more precipitation today and tomorrow, then drier, temperatures mostly near normal.

US Gulf Cash Basis
Corn HRW SRW Soybeans Soybean Meal Soybean Oil
May 47 July 147 July 52 May 42 July 30-Jul
June 47 July 52 July 45 July
July 48 July 55 July 48 July
All basis levels are positive unless noted as negative

Brazil Premiums Soybeans Soybean Meal Soybean Oil Corn
Paraguay Paraguay Paraguay Paraguay
June 100 July plus 9 July 95 September August
July plus 7 July 90 September
August 135 August plus 7 August 85 December October
All basis levels are positive unless noted as negative

DJ ICE Canada Cash Grain Close – May 2
Winnipeg–The following are the closing
cash grain prices from ICE Futures Canada.
Values are based on the commodity being delivered at
Thunder Bay, Ontario, unless otherwise noted. Source: ICE
Futures Canada
Price Change
CANOLA
*Par Region 519.10 dn 1.20
Basis: Thunder Bay
1 Can 543.90 dn 1.20
2 Can 530.90 dn 1.20
Basis: Vancouver
1 Can 571.90 dn 1.20
2 Can 558.90 dn 1.20
All prices in Canadian dollars per metric ton.
*Quote for previous day
Source: Commodity News Service Canada (cnscanada@shaw.ca, or 204-414-
9084)

DJ Malaysian PM Cash Market Prices for Palm Oil – May 3
The following are prices for Malaysian palm oil in the cash market at 1000 GMT Thursday, supplied by commodity broker Matthes & Porton Bhd.
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars a metric ton, except for crude palm oil and palm kernel oil, which are in ringgit a ton. Palm kernel oil prices are in ringgit a pikul, a Malaysian measurement equivalent to 60 kilograms.
Refined, bleached and deodorized palm oil, FOB, Malaysian ports
Offer Change Bid Change Traded
May 630.00 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Jun 630.00 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Jul/Aug/Sep 630.00 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Oct/Nov/Dec 627.50 -05.00 Unquoted – –
RBD palm olein, FOB, Malaysian ports
May 630.00 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Jun 630.00 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Jul/Aug/Sep 630.00 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Oct/Nov/Dec 627.50 -05.00 Unquoted – –
RBD palm stearin, FOB, Malaysian ports
Offer Change Bid Change Traded
May 622.50 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Palm Fatty Acid Distillate, FOB Malaysian ports
Offer Change Bid Change Traded
May 515.00 -05.00 Unquoted – –
Crude palm oil, Delivered Basis, South Malaysia
Offer Change Bid Change Traded
May 2,360 -10.00 Unquoted – –
Palm kernel oil, Delivered Basis, South Malaysia
Offer Change Bid Change Traded
May 226 -02.00 Unquoted – –
($1=MYR 3.9390)

DJ China Dalian Grain Futures Closing Prices, Volume – May 03
Soybean No. 1
Turnover: 110,390 lots, or 4.22 billion yuan
Open High Low Close Prev. Settle Ch. Vol Open
Settle Interest
May-18 3,715 3,728 3,692 3,728 3,717 3,710 -7 1,492 9,784
Jul-18 3,750 3,762 3,749 3,762 3,757 3,753 -4 6 402
Sep-18 3,814 3,845 3,804 3,842 3,835 3,823 -12 104,362 164,278
Nov-18 – – – 3,895 3,895 3,895 0 0 0
Jan-19 3,902 3,925 3,888 3,922 3,913 3,909 -4 4,398 11,280
Mar-19 – – – 3,920 3,920 3,920 0 0 2
May-19 3,968 3,988 3,968 3,988 3,969 3,983 14 10 364
Jul-19 3,952 3,952 3,952 3,952 3,984 3,952 -32 2 6
Sep-19 3,993 4,029 3,987 4,020 3,993 4,006 13 120 162
Corn
Turnover: 451,468 lots, or 7.85 billion yuan
Open High Low Close Prev. Settle Ch. Vol Open
Settle Interest
May-18 1,712 1,712 1,709 1,709 1,709 1,711 2 174 3,164
Jul-18 1,734 1,738 1,728 1,737 1,731 1,732 1 231,132 232,234
Sep-18 1,737 1,740 1,732 1,739 1,735 1,736 1 185,386 865,428
Nov-18 1,759 1,759 1,756 1,759 1,759 1,758 -1 18 980
Jan-19 1,774 1,780 1,772 1,780 1,772 1,777 5 34,562 172,862
Mar-19 1,790 1,792 1,785 1,792 1,785 1,788 3 196 1,812
Soymeal
Turnover: 1,514,036 lots, or 48.71 billion yuan
Open High Low Close Prev. Settle Ch. Vol Open
Settle Interest
May-18 3,142 3,142 3,065 3,128 3,127 3,089 -38 596 4,666
Jul-18 3,167 3,171 3,144 3,164 3,164 3,162 -2 224,356 159,300
Aug-18 3,207 3,215 3,193 3,208 3,208 3,206 -2 76 620
Sep-18 3,223 3,232 3,201 3,224 3,219 3,221 2 1,044,346 3,103,410
Nov-18 3,243 3,256 3,234 3,247 3,241 3,244 3 636 4,902
Dec-18 3,246 3,246 3,246 3,246 3,261 3,246 -15 2 368
Jan-19 3,249 3,268 3,233 3,258 3,253 3,253 0 242,086 912,826
Mar-19 3,193 3,201 3,183 3,190 3,205 3,191 -14 1,938 4,664
Palm Oil
Turnover: 254,476 lots, or 12.70 billion yuan
Open High Low Close Prev. Settle Ch. Vol Open
Settle Interest
May-18 4,944 4,956 4,930 4,930 4,904 4,952 48 548 6,984
Jun-18 – – – 5,176 5,176 5,176 0 0 4
Jul-18 – – – 4,978 4,930 4,978 48 0 0
Aug-18 – – – 5,060 5,060 5,060 0 0 12
Sep-18 4,976 5,004 4,972 4,980 4,980 4,986 6 234,630 544,750
Oct-18 – – – 5,060 5,060 5,060 0 0 22
Nov-18 – – – 5,066 5,066 5,066 0 0 16
Dec-18 – – – 5,144 5,138 5,144 6 0 0
Jan-19 5,000 5,026 4,996 5,006 5,004 5,012 8 19,296 88,022
Feb-19 – – – 5,168 5,160 5,168 8 0 2
Mar-19 – – – 5,108 5,108 5,108 0 0 0
Apr-19 5,116 5,116 5,116 5,116 5,118 5,116 -2 2 8
Soybean Oil
Turnover: 311,198 lots, or 18.00 billion yuan
Open High Low Close Prev. Settle Ch. Vol Open
Settle Interest
May-18 5,532 5,560 5,532 5,554 5,526 5,556 30 470 11,444
Jul-18 5,642 5,680 5,642 5,680 5,578 5,662 84 8 128
Aug-18 5,790 5,790 5,738 5,738 5,734 5,764 30 4 10
Sep-18 5,750 5,792 5,750 5,778 5,742 5,772 30 283,444 930,530
Nov-18 – – – 5,856 5,856 5,856 0 0 26
Dec-18 – – – 5,852 5,822 5,852 30 0 22
Jan-19 5,886 5,930 5,886 5,914 5,888 5,912 24 27,260 159,896
Mar-19 6,064 6,064 6,064 6,064 5,984 6,064 80 12 32
Notes:
1) Unit is Chinese yuan a metric ton;
2) Ch. is day’s settlement minus previous settlement;
3) Volume and open interest are in lots;
4) One lot is equivalent to 10 metric tons.

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