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Soybean futures at the Chicago Board of Trade strengthened once again on Friday, rising more than three US cents per bushel.
Lentil producers have been stuck on a rollercoaster this season, and the ride isn’t slowing down going into harvest.
Corn futures at the Chicago Board of Trade rose for the fifth consecutive session on Thursday, climbing more than five US cents per bushel.
Strong US exports, a weaker US dollar and unease over rain threats to parts of the imminent US Midwest harvest combined to lift the CBOT soy complex off last week’s five-month lows.
COCOA prices strengthened on Friday, rising three to five US dollars per tonne.
COFFEE prices strengthened on Thursday, jumping around four US cents per pound.