Exports: Corn sales take 239,000 MT hit
The soy complex was mixed on Wednesday as talk that cash bids across the Corn Belt have declined may have limited strength in old crop soy prices. The coy complex continued to be mixed overnight through Thursday morning as lower cash bids across the Corn Belt may have undercut nearby beans and meal, with favorable weather forecasts depressing their deferred counterparts. August soybean futures dipped 5.5 cents to $14.72/bushel just after dawn Thursday, while August soyoil bounced 0.09 cents to 45.88 cents/pound and August soymeal slipped $2.3 to $466.8/ton.
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