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Technical Views - Meal Correction Upwards

SPREADS September KC/Chicago spreads moved to new contract lows yesterday.  KC wheat/corn spreads moved back to levels conducive to putting HRW back into feed.  October crush firms to 1.07c/bu while oilshare firms to new highs at 33 percent.   Dec/March corn trades from 10c to 10 1/4c while Dec 19/20 trades from a 3c to 5 1/2c inverse.  Sep/Dec meal trades from $5.10 to $5.30.  Dec wheat/corn trades from 84 3/4c to 80c.   PALM OIL  Closed up 41 ringgits for October. NEWS Stocks are lower this morning off 80 pts with crude oil firmer at $53.75/barrel and the US dollar weaker at 97.49.  US June PPI final demand was left unchanged at +0.1 percent. CALLS Calls are higher across the board...

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