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THE OPEN May beans:  2 1/2 higher May meal:  1.20 higher May soyoil:  5 higher May corn:  5 higher May wheat:  5 1/2 higher Prices opened as expected with the start involving a rally followed by choppier trade from the soy complex.  Buy grains/sell the soy complex trade emerged as a major trend after the open.  Leaking spreads and end-of-month profit-taking led prices lower.  March liquidation ahead of first notice day on Feb. 26 continues to provide market pressure.  At 10:00, export inspections were released as follows: corn: 1,231,810 mt vs. 1,314,960 mt week ago (vs. an expected 950,000 tmt) wheat:  324.597 mt vs. 418,816 mt week ago (vs. an expected 425,00 mt) beans:  721...

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