Another daily soybean export sale announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, plus better-than-expected weekly export shipments, preceded gains in Chicago, Ill., soybean futures, which rose to a one-month high on Monday.
Corn futures were a fraction lower, and winter wheat was lower.
Weather continues to be good for corn and soybeans, with recent rain providing beneficial soil moisture. Also, the six- to 10-day outlook favors rain and warmer weather next week for Midwe
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