$CORN

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494,848

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29.6001 - 29.98

52 WEEK

18.83 - 30.3

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Corn long and Rice still long

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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corn is a good bear market for 25% gain , with an add around $900 to $950

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@Atlas CORN looks ready

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Cotton, Corn,

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Small drawdown on corn and rice

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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OctoberFamine Trade// Africa and more.. Rice Corn Coffee Soybeans

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@lucullus #droscrew
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Thing is corn and wheat have tripled last 2-3 years, so if they where 50% of your calories then and you spend 50% of your income on food, your starting to go hungry, but those prices are in $. $ up 18 % in last 6-9 mnths against a basket of currencies

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@lucullus #droscrew
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in the rich west not going to matter we will eat same number of calories we will just pay more, but much of the world spends 50%+ of its income on food, most of Africa. Wheat prices have doubled in last year and corn up 300% in last 2 years. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/12/this-map-shows-how-much-each-country-spends-on-food/

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@lucullus #droscrew
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Implications of Ukraine WAR....some thoughts Of more immediate concern is 23% of worlds calories are wheat and corn. About 30% and 15% respectively of those comods come from Russia and Ukraine. Black Sea is now no go zone for cargo ships. So 7% world calories at risk, probably 5% not getting out.

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and looking for new entry on corn, wheat,

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AGRICULTURE (CBOT) WHEAT W HARD RD WINTER WHEAT CORN C OATS O SOYBEANS S $ SOYBEAN OIL SOYBEAN MEAL MILK (CME) DA BUTTER (CME) MINI WHEAT MINI CORN YC MINI SOYBEANS

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Corn continuing higher as well

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@lucullus #droscrew
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inflation would be old news if it wasnt for the ukranian war..... 50% WORLDS FERTILISER and 30% world wheat and 20% of worlds corn come from those 2

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Corn Gameplan

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natural gas / corn / fertilizer / Urea/ agriculture / Food

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Stockmarkets took a breather on Friday after several days of sizeable gains, as geo-political tensions arising from the Ukraine conflict kept investors on guard going into the weekend. After a fourth straight day of talks between Russian and Ukrainian negotiators without tangible progress, earlier hopes for a peace deal have begun to wane and oil prices have begun climbing again. Adding to the mix, U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to deliver a warning that Beijing will pay a price if it supports Russia's war effort when he speaks to China's President Xi Jinping in a call scheduled for 1300 GMT. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was flat and Hong Kong's Hang Seng steadied following a furious two-day surge. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.6%. S&P 500 futures eased 0.4% while Euro STOXX 50 futures and FTSE futures were flat. [.HK][.T] Oil, which had crumbled some 30% from last week's peak, has bounced hard as traders fret that hope for peace in Ukraine is misplaced. Brent crude futures were last up 2% and at $108.64, have added more than $10 a barrel in two sessions. "It's very difficult to get any confidence that you're going to be able to reliably source commodities out of Russia or Ukraine," said Tobin Gorey, a commodities strategist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY) in Sydney. "You're going to be looking elsewhere and that just tends to get priced up." Wheat and corn futures, which are sensitive to Black Sea supply disruptions, have bounced sharply. [GRA/] Australia's miner-heavy ASX 200 index logged its best week since February last year and the commodities-sensitive Australian dollar hit a two-week high of $0.7398. [.AX][AUD/] INVERSION Problems faced by policymakers whose economies are suffering surging inflation and sagging growth were also underscored during a series of central bank meetings this week. The U.S. Federal Reserve raised rates for the first time in more than three years on Wednesday, and surprised traders with a more hawkish than expected outlook. The Bank of England also hiked but surprised with a dovish outlook that drove a rally in gilts. The Bank of Japan offered no surprises on Friday, leaving policy ultra easy, which has kept heavy pressure on the yen. Japan's currency hit a six-year low of 119.13 this week and last traded at 118.78 per dollar. "The next multi-session target may well be the 120.00 psychological level," said Terence Wu, a strategist at OCBC Bank in Singapore. [FRX/] The euro hovered at $1.1086. Hong Kong's Hang Seng followed its worst session in more than six years with its biggest two-day rally since 1998 this week and rate cut hopes kept it bid on Friday. [.SS] Treasuries steadied, but a flat yield curve that is flirting with inversion reflected worries about longer-term growth. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield was last at 2.1780%. Spot gold hovered at $1,932 and bitcoin was clinging on above $40,000.

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@Chupika #decarolis
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salve, Cosa ne pensate di Corn?

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@dros #droscrew
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swim in it > @AJAJ said: eat the wheat and corn they are growing and I don't know what to do with their oil though

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@AJAJ #droscrew
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eat the wheat and corn they are growing and I don't know what to do with their oil though

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@EricV #ivtrades
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$WEAT move more than $CORN

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$CORN not doing bad either

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@lucullus #droscrew
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oil is up, coal is up, wheat is up, alum is up, corn is up, fertiliser is up, copper is up...... stimulus is gone. Huge inventory build up as Retailers overordered due to supply issues. We are going to have recession for sure...just when is the ?

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POWELL: THERE MAY BE UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF EJECTING RUSSIA FROM SWIFT POWELL: THERE ARE CONCERNS OVER SHORTAGES OF PALLADIUM AND CORN POWELL: DIFFICULT TO KNOW THE EFFECTS OF SANCTIONS ON RUSSIA OVER TIME

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@dros #droscrew
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*CHICAGO CORN FUTURES RISE BY EXCHANGE LIMIT TO $7.2575/BU

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@HeyShoe #droscrew
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/ZS soyboys too > @mzx9 said: /ZC corn in two days from $716 to $657 even corn volatile insane

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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/ZC corn in two days from $716 to $657 even corn volatile insane

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By Natalia Zinets KYIV (Reuters) -Missiles pounded the Ukrainian capital on Friday as Russian forces pressed their advance and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy pleaded with the international community to do more, saying sanctions announced so far were not enough. Air raid sirens wailed over Kyiv amid unconfirmed reports that a Russian plane had been shot down and crashed into a building a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin launched an invasion that has shocked the world. A senior Ukrainian official said Russian forces would enter areas just outside the capital, Kyiv, later on Friday and that Ukrainian troops were defending positions on four fronts despite being outnumbered. An estimated 100,000 people fled as explosions and gunfire rocked major cities. Dozens have been reported killed. Russian troops seized the Chernobyl former nuclear power plant north of Kyiv as they advanced on the city from Belarus. U.S. and Ukrainian officials say Russia aims to capture Kyiv and topple the government, which Putin regards as a puppet of the United States. Zelenskiy said he understood Russian troops were coming for him but vowed to stay in Kyiv. "(The) enemy has marked me down as the number one target," Zelenskiy said in a video message. "My family is the number two target. They want to destroy Ukraine politically by destroying the head of state." "I will stay in the capital. My family is also in Ukraine." Russia launched its invasion by land, air and sea on Thursday following a declaration of war by Putin, in the biggest attack on a European state since World War Two. Putin says Russia is carrying out "a special military operation" to stop the Ukrainian government from committing genocide against its own people - an accusation the West calls baseless. He also says Ukraine is an illegitimate state whose lands historically belong to Russia. Ukrainian forces downed an enemy aircraft over Kyiv early on Friday, which then crashed into a residential building and set it ablaze, said Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to the interior minister. It was unclear whether the aircraft was manned or whether it could be a missile. Kyiv municipal authorities said at least eight people were injured when the object crashed into an apartment block. "Horrific Russian rocket strikes on Kyiv," Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba wrote on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR). "Last time our capital experienced anything like this was in 1941 when it was attacked by Nazi Germany." Authorities said intense fighting was under way in the city of Sumy in the northeast. A border post in the southeastern Zaporizhzhya region had been hit by missiles, causing deaths and injuries among border guards, and air raid sirens sounded over the city of Lviv in the west of the country. Asked if he was worried about Zelenskiy's safety, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken told CBS: "To the best of my knowledge, President Zelenskiy remains in Ukraine at his post, and of course we're concerned for the safety of all of our friends in Ukraine - government officials and others." SANCTIONS BUILD A democratic nation of 44 million people, Ukraine voted for independence at the fall of the Soviet Union and has recently stepped up efforts to join the NATO military alliance and the European Union, aspirations that infuriate Moscow. The United States, Britain, Japan, Canada, Australia and the EU unveiled more sanctions on Moscow on top of penalties earlier this week, including a move by Germany to halt an $11 billion gas pipeline from Russia. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell described the bloc's measures as "the harshest package of sanctions we have ever implemented". China came under pressure over its refusal to call Russia's assault an invasion. U.S. President Joe Biden, speaking to reporters at the White House, said: "Any nation that countenances Russia's naked aggression against Ukraine will be stained by association." He declined to comment directly on China's position. The U.N. Security Council will vote on Friday on a draft resolution that would condemn Russia's invasion and require Moscow's immediate withdrawal. However, Moscow can veto the measure, and it was unclear how China would vote. around the world. Oil prices soared as much as $2 per barrel on Friday as markets brace for the impact of trade sanctions on major crude exporter Russia. U.S. wheat futures hit their highest in nearly 14 years, corn hovered near an eight-month peak and soybeans rebounded on fears of grain supply disruptions from the key Black Sea region. Airlines were also facing disruptions, with Japan Airlines cancelling its Thursday evening flight to Moscow and Britain closing its airspace to Russian carriers.

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corn Limit up

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Asian stocks steadied on Wednesday and demand for safe-havens waned a little as investors regarded Russian troop movements near Ukraine and initial Western sanctions as leaving room to avoid a war, while a rate hike lifted New Zealand's dollar. Commodity prices remain elevated, however, and traders are still nervous over the situation on Europe's eastern edge. Overnight oil struck a seven-year high while the S&P 500 index tipped into correction territory, having dropped more than 10% from January's record peak. [O/R][.N] S&P 500 futures were up 0.55% in Asian trade, after U.S. President Joe Biden left the door open to diplomacy as he announced sanctions on two Russian banks and some elites close to President Vladimir Putin. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3%. Japan's Nikkei was closed for the Emperor's birthday holiday. "The market sees the various sanctions ... as modest and perhaps not as aggressive as feared," said Chris Weston, head of research at brokerage Pepperstone. "For now, one could assess there is a vibe across markets that Russian troops will hold Donbass, but push no further," he added, referring to the parts of eastern Ukraine that Russia has recognised as independent and has sent troops to reinforce. The European Union and Britain also announced plans to target banks and Russian elites while Germany halted Russia's Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, leading to a nearly 11% leap in Europe's benchmark gas price. Japan followed on Wednesday, with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida saying the nation is prohibiting the issuance of Russian bonds in Japan and freezing the assets of certain Russian individuals as well as restricting travel to Japan. Wheat futures had also leapt on Tuesday, posting the sharpest leap in three-and-a-half years and corn futures hit an eight-month high on concern that conflict could disrupt grain supply from the Black Sea export region. [GRA/] Brent crude futures were last steady at $97.09 a barrel, having eased off Tuesday's top of $99.50. U.S. crude futures sat at $92.2 a barrel. CENTRAL BANKS TOO The crisis in Ukraine and the potential for surging energy prices come on top of nerves about whether the global economy can handle rising interest rates. "That's what's weighing on markets - the uncertainty around how hard and fast central banks will go and what it does to the economy in terms of slowing it down," said Kerry Craig, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management in Melbourne. Aidan Yao, senior emerging Asia economist at AXA Investment Managers, told the Reuters Global Markets Forum that the Fed and other central banks would now need to contend with both market sentiment and rising energy prices. "So it's a rock and a hard place - the onus will be on the Fed to make sure spikes in commodity prices don't morph further into inflation expectations and wage/pricing behaviours," he said. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand announced its third consecutive rate hike on Wednesday, lifting its benchmark cash rate by 25 basis points to 1%, as expected, but surprising investors with a hawkish tone. The New Zealand dollar rose 0.6% on the news and is on its longest streak of daily gains in almost two years. [NZD/] China is a notable outlier where rates are falling and, according to a private research group, banks in nearly 90 cities have cut mortgage rates this month. Elsewhere in currency markets, moves were fairly muted, though hopes that war in Ukraine can be avoided took some of the bid from safe-havens. [FRX/] The yen was steady at 115.00 per dollar, having hit 114.50 a day ago. The euro hovered around its 50-day moving average at $1.1331. The Australian dollar, which has been supported by surging commodity prices, touched a two-week high of $0.7241. Cash Treasuries were closed in Asia due to the holiday in Tokyo but benchmark 10-year futures were steady and showed an implied yield of 1.97%. [US/] Precious metals eased from overnight highs but remain bid on nerves about war. Gold was steady at $1,898 an ounce and is up more than 8% from December lows, while platinum and palladium have surged on fears about supply disruption. [GOL/] Platinum is up more than 20% since December and palladium has gained more than 50%.

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**Market Insights** Stonks Flat and in some minor drawdown from uranium, znga, ely. Up in MNKD and the $MRNA short. Commodities= Oil, Corn, Gold, Platinum, Silver, Coffee, and agriculture plays performing Cryptos= Closed relief rally at 45k, normal expected corrections in ecosystems like SOL, LUNA, nature of crypto. Rebuy exchange coins like FTT, HT, LEO(already moved) Indices= Still correcting, way too difficult to anticipate a gameplan on them yet. Keep hedging using VIX.

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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$CORN Augt 32C

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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i dont see how corn is more expensive then coffee , must be a country thing

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@jonathan.gebers #T|T|T
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Handelsidee fΓΌr Corn

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@EricV #ivtrades
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anyone know stock symbol for soybean or corn future

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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CORN Target Reached

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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Was unable to Scan global market news but only watching 4 names today PSX (Oil Correlation/ Ukraine tension/ Earnings tomorrow), ADM (Corn Correlation), SF (positive earnings and raised dividends), ZIM (Current shipping outperformer) all potential swings. Today's focus on day trades will come from the financial sector, will be monioring banks stocks JPM, WFC, MS, BAC

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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Trade oil through the many gas names, Corn can be focused by two targets for this commodity ADM and BG

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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Commodities to keep watch our # 1 target Oil, # 2 Corn and last but not least Gold for safety in this market

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@dros #droscrew
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TOP WSB STOCKS: $GME $TSLA $AMC $LCID $F $DWAC $CORN $MSFT $NVDA $HOOD $QQQ $AAPL $BABA $PLTR $SOFI $WISH $AMZN $AMD $SNOW $BYND $BB $CLOV $RBLX $ROPE $DKNG

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I know we turned into boring trade room buying corn and oil futs, volatility, bearish bitcoin. I'll spice it all up for 2022. hang tight.

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Trade Completed. +2.88% with little risk.

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New Stoploss for Corn

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I am in corn

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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I like the reaction in corn

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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CORN trade is flat. Didn't move, am expecting a shortage and breakout. Ill hold it for a little longer

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@dros #droscrew
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TOP WSB STOCKS: $AAPL $TSLA $GME $AMC $NVDA $AMZN $AMD $GLD $MSFT $RIVN $QQQ $FB $LCID $SOFI $HOOD $PLTR $WISH $F $DIS $PTON $BABA $ROPE $ARKK $CORN $CHWY

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Next is corn

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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CORN looks ready to go

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@charliebilello:** Commodity price changes over the last year...Coffee: +97%Natural Gas: +62%Gasoline: +56%Heating Oil: +51%WTI Crude: +46%Cotton: +46%Brent Crude +45%Wheat: +39%Lumber: +39%Corn: +35%Sugar: +27%Aluminum: +27%Copper: +23%Soybeans: +7%Gold: -4%Silver: -7% https://twitter.com/charliebilello/status/1466862911691833345

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@dros #droscrew
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a lotta corn

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