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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were higher at the close last week as the Winter Wheat harvest started to get complete.  Wheat has traded in a […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were higher at the close last week as the Winter Wheat harvest started to get complete.  Spring Wheat was developing under […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were slightly lower at the close last week as the Winter Wheat harvest expanded north and started to get complete.  Spring […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were higher as the Winter Wheat harvest expanded north and as the Spring Wheat was developing under good growing conditions.  Yield […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were lower as the Winter Wheat harvest expanded north and as the Spring Wheat was developing under good growing conditions.  Yield […]

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Wheat:  Winter Wheat markets were lower as the harvest expanded north into southern Kansas.  Yield reports from the region have been variable, but generally a […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were lower for the week after USDA raised US production prospects and raised world ending stocks levels.  The moves by USDSA pointed […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were lower.  The Winter Wheat markets hold to bearish trends on the weekly charts and this is especially true for the HRW […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets finished the week higher, especially in Chicago HRW and Minneapolis Spring Wheat markets.  It was a week of mixed weather news as […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were lower for the week and the Chicago Winter Wheat markets took out support levels to turn trends down.  Improving weather around […]

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Wheat: Wheat markets were a little lower for the week.  Improving weather around the world and here at home was the big reason to see […]

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Wheat:  Wheat markets were lower for the week but held the previous weeks range.  World cash markets in general are much cheaper than those prices […]

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