WEEKLY GRAIN MOVEMENT: River market bounces back

Farmers cleaning out bins to prepare for new crop.

Cash soybean bids bounced higher in the river markets since last week as rain and flooding eased in Louisiana to allow loading of grain ships at export ports, grain dealers said on Monday.

“We are going to be loading a train for Louisiana this week,” an Illinois grain dealer said of a soybean shipment he sold on Friday, adding that the Gulf bid "had an 8- to 10-cent jump on Friday, which worked in our favor.”

Soybeans for prompt shipment to the Gulf were bid 113 cents over N

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