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Hurricane Harvey impacts U.S. grain deliveries via rail

Hurricane Harvey impacts U.S. grain deliveries via rail

Widespread flooding from Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall on the Texas coast on Aug. 25, reduced rail service along the Gulf Coast and all but halted regional grain exports t ...

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Corn price expectations fall

Corn price expectations fall

More corn in the ground than expected has the U.S. Department of Agriculture lowering its price expectations. The USDA’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates shows 190 m ...

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US grain shipments by rail rise 21.8% on week: AAR

US grain shipments by rail rise 21.8% on week: AAR

US rail transportation of grain products in the week that ended March 25 totaled 23,312 cars, up 21.8% from the corresponding week a year ago, according to data from the Associati ...

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U.S. Grains, Soybeans Gain on Solid Demand

U.S. Grains, Soybeans Gain on Solid Demand

U.S. grain and soybean futures rose Thursday due to better-than-expected export sales of the crops and a softening U.S. dollar. Wheat prices led the gains, climbing after falling ...

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US. Grain Exports: Corn sales up 34% from 4-week average

US. Grain Exports: Corn sales up 34% from 4-week average

Wheat:  Net sales of 550,300 metric tons for delivery in marketing year 2015/2016 were up 54 percent from the previous week and 86 percent from the prior 4-week average.  Increase ...

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