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Good afternoon/evening, Nov Beans finished down 4.25, Dec Corn down 1, and Dec Wheat up 17.75. Wheat continues to rally on more rumors that exports out of the Black Sea may be limited in the future (note that none of this is confirmed purely rumors.) Russia has denied making any statements about curbing exports. Soybeans were weaker early in the session and found some buying interest/short covering later in the session. News is circulating about what will be negotiated when Chinese come to visit this month. Weather forecasts are making the USDA estimates on another record soybean crop more realistic as rains will help soybeans in the final stages of growth.

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