Export sales of old-crop corn and soybeans were up sharply in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's latest weekly report and beat trade forecasts in a Reuters poll; plus, in daily reporting, USDA said China bought soybeans — the third sale this week.
Corn and soybean futures firmed after the weekly export numbers were released, but corn still closed lower. Soybeans closed the overnight session narrowly mixed after being down about 11 cents/bu. earlier in the morning. The overnight s
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