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VIDEO: Verdin View: What did and didn’t happen in the USDA’s September WASDE report


Analysts had expected the US Department of Agriculture to cut the country’s soy and corn harvest estimates in its September WASDE report. But what they did not expect was the department’s lack of clarity on a number of key issues.





More WASDE coverage:


In addition to our Verdin View, find more in-depth analysis on the September WASDE report below:


ANALYSIS: China needs to come clean on agriculture


Key data in USDA’s September Wasde, and comparison with market forecasts


Morning markets: Soybean futures pitch camp above $10


Trade forecasts for the USDA’s September 11 Wasde report



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