Corn will lead; beans will follow

Corn will lead; beans will follow

Market volatility to continue as many factors affect global commodity picture.

DESPITE forecasts for record crop yields and even lower commodity prices, David Hightower, market analyst and founding principal of The Hightower Report, recently assured attendees at the 2014 U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange that while the U.S. has probably "done too good of a job producing soybeans and corn," the markets are working.

"The volatility, at times, can be uncomfortable, but the world needs the price signals that it gets in order to achi

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