After hitting an all-time high of $17.83 per bushel on an intraday basis last week soybeans are at all time highs again in early trading. A few other hot links.
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Early trading prices (per bushel unless otherwise stated)
|Sept 2012||Soybean Oil (Metric Ton)||$57.5000||+1.0800|
|Sept 2012||Soybean Meal (Metric Ton)||$553.0000||+5.9000|
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