Wheat Futures PricesTue, Mar 3rd, 2015
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Wheat futures finished the day higher. Minneapolis continues to be the strongest of the three exchanges, up 15 cents, followed by Kansas City, up almost 10 cents and Chicago, up less than a penny in the March but up 6 cents in most of the other contracts. There were zero deliveries vs. March CBT SRW, with the oldest long waiting since July 8 of last year. KC March saw 33 contracts put out, with a JPM client stopping all of them. Commercial interest continues to be firm at these levels and will continue to provide some support barring offsetting bearish news.
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