Futures charge higher on turnaround: Podcast

Corn, soybeans and some wheat contracts reverse to head higher.

Sometimes, crops don't need a reason to rally, especially soybeans, which showed a penchant for surprises in May. With June trading underway, that trend is continuing.

Soybeans reversed higher when July futures couldn’t take out the overnight low on the morning's open. After that, it was off to the races again for double-digit gains despite a lack of concrete news. Outside markets also recovered from the worst of their downturn on better-than-expected manufacturing data, helping so

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