A LOT of things came together to create the "perfect storm" in the grain markets last week, according to Arlan Suderman, senior market analyst for Water Street Solutions.
The delayed harvest and ongoing rail congestion made it difficult for crushing facilities to get soybean deliveries.
Traders had assumed that the record-large harvest would alleviate the tight old-crop soybean supply, and while rail congestion isn't a new i
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