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Day Session August Beans finished unchanged, Sep corn down 6.25, and Sep Chicago wheat down 16. Spreads were mixed and crush was firmer. Beans less corn and less wheat spreads rallied today which almost pushed corn to a new contract low. Some weather relief in wheat growing areas in the Black Sea region is reported for the next week but price action today looks like corn/wheat and bean spreads unwinding as traders are short beans vs long grain positions. WASDE is out this Thursday and will be the first time the USDA considers the tariffs in relation to demand and soybeans will be closely watched to see what changes are made. Weather maps are adding a little bit more moisture over the corn belt for the next 5 days than previous models. Tariffs have put a lot of pressure on beans gaining any kind of weather premium. But, the weather has been friendly to the crops so far.