Will summer pricing opportunities materialize for corn, soybeans?

Economist says risk of yields falling below trend value possible due to weather.

After increasing over the past two to three months, corn and soybean prices have been trading over the past week in a choppy pattern. Prices have incorporated information in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's May 10 “World Agricultural Supply & Demand Estimates” (WASDE) report that pointed to greater consumption and smaller stocks than expected for both the 2015-16 and 2016-17 marketing years. However, University of Illinois agricultural economist Darrel Good said a number of factor

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