07.01.2009 - US soy above $10, at 3-month high on weather woes
From Guardian: U.S. soy soared to a three-month high above $10 a bushel on Tuesday with the market lifted by weather worries in South America and continued strong demand for soy, especially from China. "There's a lot of dryness that extends from Buenos Aires to Santa Fe, Argentina, northeastward into west-central Rio Grande do Sul. That is a significant growing area in Argentina and an important bean area in Rio Grande do Sul," said Mike Palmerino, forecaster for DTN Meteorlogix weather..... Full Article: Source