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ICE Futures Canada Wednesday: Canola futures prices lower, barley unchanged

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WINNIPEG - ICE Futures Canada closing prices:

Canola: July '14 $2.30 higher $489.60; Nov. '14 $6.70 lower $450.60; Jan '15 $5.70 lower $454.50; March '15 $5.20 lower $455.50; May '15 $4.60 lower $455.20; July '15 $3.90 lower $455.00; Nov '15 $3.80 lower $456.40; Jan. '16 $3.80 lower $463.20; March '16 $3.50 lower $467.00; May '16 $3.50 lower $467.00; July '16 $3.50 lower $467.00.

Barley (Western): July '14 unchanged 125.00; Oct. '14 unchanged $132.50; Dec. '14 unchanged $134.50; March '15 unchanged $135.50; May '15 unchanged $135.50; July '15 unchanged $135.50; Oct. '15 unchanged $135.50; Dec. '15 unchanged $135.50; March '16 unchanged $135.50; May '16 unchanged $135.50; July '16 unchanged $135.50.

Wednesday's estimated volume of trade: 509,020 tonnes of canola; 0 tonnes of barley (Western Barley) Total: 509,020.

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