SOYBEAN traders showed their bearish displeasure with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's latest supply and demand numbers, sending the actively traded July futures to a one-month low shortly after the monthly report came out and also setting contract lows in a few other months.
Price reactions in the corn and wheat markets to USDA's numbers were minor, even though USDA hiked up global wheat ending stocks.
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