Global Commodity Analytics and Consulting President Mike Zuzolo thinks the weak dollar is spurring demand. “For weekly export sales, wheat was five percent above the four week average, corn was 40 percent above the four week average, sorghum above average and soybeans were 20 percent above the four week average. What that says to me is with the weaker dollar, we have gone low enough to attract demand again.” This demand takes some pressure off of the South American weather.
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