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US soya up for third day on tight supply

October 25, 2012: Chicago soybeans edged higher on Wednesday, rising for six out of the last seven sessions as the market was buoyed by strong demand and tightening supplies as US farmers hold back freshly harvested crops. Corn eased for a third day in a row on lacklustre demand for US supplies, while wheat slid 0.3 percent with losses being capped by concerns over production in top exporting nations. Chicago Board of Trade November soy rose 0.1 percent to $15.55-1/2 a bushel by 0329 GMT.…

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