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Grains mixed, livestock lower.

Wheat for May rose 7.50 cents at 5.4925 a bushel; May. corn was off 2.75 cents at 3.3075 a bushel, May oats gained 8.25 cents at $2.7275 a bushel; while May soybeans fell 4.50 cents at $8.5425 a bushel.

Beef and pork were lower on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Apr. live cattle lost 4.50 cents at $.8832 a pound; Apr. feeder cattle was off 2.42 cents at $1.0825 a pound; while Apr. lean hogs fell 4.50 cents at $.4022 a pound.

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