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  • US Stocks Pulled Lower by Techs Monday

    A sell-off in technology companies dragged stocks lower on Wall Street Monday, pulling the major indexes back from their recent all-time highs.

  • US Stocks Mixed Monday Morning

    Stocks were mixed in early trading Monday as a fall in technology stocks was offset by a rise in banks and other financial stocks.

  • Afghan Taliban: 3-Day Cease-Fire for Muslim Holiday

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) -- The Taliban on Monday announced a three-day cease-fire for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan this week. But hours later, a roadside bombing killed 11 passengers...

  • UN: 5 Migrants Drown; 700 Intercepted

    CAIRO (AP) -- At least five people, including a woman and a child, drowned when a boat carrying at least 45 Europe-bound migrants capsized off Libya, a U.N. migration official said on Monday. The wreck was the latest disaster in the Mediterranean Sea involving migrants...

  • House GOP Leader Backs Stefanik

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Top House Republican Kevin McCarthy publicly endorsed Rep. Elise Stefanik for the post of No. 3 leader, cementing party support of the Donald Trump loyalist over Rep. Liz Cheney, an outspoken critic of the former...

  • German Catholics to Bless Gay Unions

    BERLIN (AP) -- Germany's powerful Catholic progressives are openly defying a recent Holy See pronouncement that priests cannot bless same-sex unions by offering such blessings at services in about 100 different churches all over the country this week.

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Washington Insider-- Monday

South America Calling

Dryness has encompassed the central Brazil growing areas for the past two months. (DTN graphic)

What DTN Is Watching

After six consecutive weeks of higher corn prices, traders will keep watch over the latest weather forecasts and perk up at 8 a.m. CDT to see if USDA has another corn sale from China to report. USDA's weekly grain export inspections report is due out at 10 a.m. CDT, followed by Crop Progress at 3 p.m. CDT.

Weather

Light to moderate rain is in store Monday for the southwestern and far Southern Plains along with the lower Delta. We'll also see a few light showers in portions of the northern Midwest and Southeast. Other primary crop areas will be dry. The southwestern Plains rainfall is timely and beneficial for developing winter wheat. During the past weekend, beneficial moderate to locally heavy rain was also noted in portions of the dry Northern Plains and the western Midwest. Temperatures stay cool one more day before trending to more seasonal ranges.

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