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THE OPEN Jan beans:  1 3/4 higher Jan meal:  1.00 higher Jan soyoil:  3 higher March corn:  1 lower March wheat:  3 higher Prices opened as expected with more unwinding of recent spreads.  Corn gained on wheat and beans, oilshare was steady, and in the macro space what seemed like a sell equities/buy grains trade emerged.  Comments from Trump during the session only served as a catalyst for worry, as investors shed length over trade negotiations.   South America still has a benign feel to it, which is capping off a bean recovery.  Dr. Cordonnier left his Brazilian corn and bean crops unchanged at 102 mmt and 123 mmt, respectively.  Argentina's corn and bean crops were also left u...

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