Soybeans under $10 as harvest advances: Podcast

Corn and wheat markets lower, Mexico buys corn.

Soybeans were under $10 a bushel near midday after USDA late on Monday said the U.S. harvest was now ahead of the five-year average. Lower vegetable oil markets here and overseas weighed on soybeans.

Corn futures were lower as that harvest should progress when dry weather arrives in the Midwest on Thursday.

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