Corn, soybeans lower as dollar hits 13.5-year high: Podcast

Wheat markets mixed, with hard red winter wheat about 4 cents/bu. lower.

Corn and soybean markets were lower on Wednesday as the dollar advanced again and is now the highest since mid-2003.

Soybeans were supported early by another export sale to China, the third one this week, and by mild gains in global vegetable oil markets.

Wheat markets were mixed, with hard red winter wheat down about 4 cents/bu. on the day.