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Corn and wheat futures posted gains this week and challenged their January high as funds were buyers amid a continued pullback in the U.S. dollar. While fundamental support is lacking, funds have moved to a net long posi
Market reaction Ahead of USDA's reports, corn and soybean futures were trading narrowly mixed, with old-crop contracts fractionally higher and new-crop contracts mildly weaker. Winter wheat futures were 1 to 2 cen
Wheat futures were the price leaders after USDA's February Supply & Demand Report, as traders covered short positions. Corn futures were trading above the January highs Friday morning, signaling a potential break
Corn and wheat futures rallied to their highest levels since mid-summer early this week, as speculative money actively flowed into the long side of both markets. But the fund buying dried up by late in the week and futur
Corn, soybean and wheat futures faced followthrough selling this week after a late price reversal last week. Speculative money flow continued to have a major influence on price action. Funds liquidated long positions in