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3 big things today, July 21, 2021

1. Rise in wheat futures in overnight trading Wheat futures were again higher in overnight trading amid poor spring wheat conditions and calls for dry weather in some growing areas. Only 11% of the U.S. spring wheat crop was rated good or excellent on Sunday, down from 16% a week …

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The Flatlander | Stone County Chief

By Steve Watkins Here is one of the secrets of good gardening. All good farmers know this. Don’t wait to water your crop until it is completely withered and stressed. Water your crop to keep it from wilting and getting stressed. A stalk of okra or a water-hungry patch of …

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Soybean drop due to profit taking, enlarged market

Market news Soybean drop due to profit taking, enlarged market Soybeans fell on profit taking and technical sales. Beans started rising, then lost some of the recent gains, with the broader market spinning out. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and crude oil were both significantly lower amid concerns over increasing …

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{Listen} Gordy Market Recap Hard to believe?

How best to describe the action of the cereal market in recent weeks, disappointing, frustrating, hard to believe? Gordy said he had been in the commodity brokerage business since the 1980s and had never seen such stocks in the market. The USDA has said corn and soybean stocks for this …

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Robby Vee will take the stage tonight | News, Sports, Jobs

Guests of the 33rd Annual Vintage Tractors and Engines Show hosted by the Des Moines River Valley Vintage Tractors and Engines Club will have the opportunity to let off steam tonight at the Webster County Fairgrounds. Musical artist Robby Vee and his Rock-N-Roll Caravan will be offering a free concert …

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Beijing’s difficult balance between growth and stability

The PBoC move comes as many economists have started cutting their forecasts for consumption growth in the world’s second-largest economy to reflect the supply bottlenecks Chinese manufacturers now face and consumer reluctance. Chinese to open their wallet. A growing number of economists now expect China’s growth this year to be …

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Daily Market Wire July 13, 2021

International The USDA released the July WASDE reports last night, with grain markets all rallying both in and after the reports – Chicago wheat closed at +25 3/4 ¢, KC +21 1/4 ¢, Minny + 43 ¢ and Matif +1.75 € at the close earlier. Corn is up 15 3/4 …

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