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By Lydia Mulvany, Bloomberg | December 2, 2014
By Ryan Ettner, Jim McCormick | December 2, 2014
Hedge funds grew more bearish on the outlook for copper, viewed by some analysts as a barometer of the global economy, before prices slumped to a four-year low.
By Jack Scoville | November 28, 2014
Wheat closes higher, soybean weather looking good, U.S. corn prices remain generally above the compettion in world markets.
By Phoebe Sedgman, Bloomberg | November 25, 2014
Soybeans advanced for a third session in four, rebounding from a slide yesterday, amid signs of demand for U.S. supplies as farmers in the top producer near completion of a record harvest.
By Ryan Ettner, Jim McCormick | November 25, 2014
A weekly look at the grains markets.
By Jim McCormick, Ryan Ettner | November 18, 2014
Early in the session it looked like the bears were in control as the technical support level at 1020 was taken out.
By Erik Tatje | November 11, 2014
An unexpected cut in corn acreage appears to have given corn the added support needed here to hold prices following the aftermath of the yesterday’s USDA WASDE report.
By Ryan Ettner, Jim McCormick | November 10, 2014
The USDA gave both market bulls and bears something to cheer about today with the release of the November WASDE report.
By Judy Crawford | November 10, 2014
For technicians, gaps are in the category of time-tested rules of the market. Markets tend to fill them one way or another, sooner or later.