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THE OPEN Jan beans:  7 1/2 higher Jan meal: 1.10 higher Jan soyoil: 30 higher March corn:  2 1/2 higher March wheat:  1 1/2 higher The markets opened as expected with a surging soyoil market and oilshare cushioning beans.  Buy soyoil (on the back of higher palm and energies) and lower meal all taking oilshare higher.  Buy beans/sell corn and wheat trade was also a feature for most of the session.  Stats Canada was positive for canola, with acreage dropping, which added to soyoil strength as well.   SOY The feature of the day was the path of higher soyoil futures, which triggered buy-stops when prices traded back over 31c in the Jan market.  Funds were net buyers of beans, meal, and soyo...

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