Flooding threatens 2016 corn, soybean yields

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Flooding threatens 2016 corn, soybean yields
In the final two months of 2015, U.S. farmland got the most rain since 1895, a sign that national corn and soybean yields will shrink in 2016 as the strongest El Nino on record ebbs, T-storm Weather says. Since 1960, there have been nine wet finishes ...
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Will South Africa Become a Net Corn Importer?
The corn market has been under pressure to start the new year. News so far has been overwhelmed by global economic concerns sparked by a sharp drop in the Chinese stocks market Sunday/Monday. Much of the grain market news has been swept under ...
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US wheat surges as USDA cuts acreage view; corn, soy jump
Wheat futures surged nearly 3 percent to a three-week high on fund short covering while corn and soybeans gained about 2 percent despite still-large U.S. stockpiles of the crops. "The most bullish number today was the winter wheat seeding here in the U ...
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