THE Federal Reserve and Argentina dominated much of the attention in the crop markets, and both produced bearish reactions in corn, soybeans and wheat.
Argentina led off the week by eliminating its export taxes on corn and wheat and lowering the export tax on soybeans — moves that should boost export sales, increase production in 2016 and increase competition for U.S. crops in global markets. A few days later, Argentina's new president removed the
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