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Market Plus: Elaine Kub
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Paul Yeager: This is the Friday, April 16, 2021 version of the market plus segment joining us now, Elaine Kub. Hello. Elaine, again.
Elaine Kub: Hello, again.
Paul Yeager: We could just make, if we made a podcast of the discussion between shows we'd really have something, wouldn't we?
Elaine Kub: You'd have to do more of the bleeping, right?
Market Plus Rountable: Roose, Blohm, Seifried, Bennett
Yeager: This is the Friday, April 9, 2021 version of the Market Plus segment. Joining us now, Don Roose, Naomi Blohm, Ted Seifried, Matthew Bennett. It's my curls for the day. I didn't get my full workout in, that's how I point, just point. That's pretty easy when you just point and Ted talks. I like that. Matt, you get the first question.
Market Plus: Arlan Suderman
Yeager: This is the Friday, April 2, 2021 version of the Market Plus segment. Joining us now, Arlan Suderman. Arlan, you want to discuss basketball? Should we just start there instead?
Suderman: Yeah, it wasn't a very good year for either one of us this year. There's always next year.
Market Plus: Ted Seifried
Yeager: This is the Friday, March 26, 2021 version of the Market Plus segment. Joining us now, Ted Seifried. Ted, you're always willing to put up with whatever shenanigans I come up with. This week I teased you, you and I talked about the corn hat and a pink suit. If you haven't seen the tease take a look. But we brought back the whiteboard because we have a big report coming up on Wednesday. Let's focus intently here first on the corn market. I'm going to ask you a question. What is the bigger story come Wednesday when it comes to the corn market?
Market Plus: John Roach
Yeager: This is the Friday, March 19, 2021 version of the Market Plus segment. Joining us now is senior market analyst John Roach. Hello, John. Do you get tired of all those Midwest people are you this week?
Roach: Hi, Paul. No, what we're looking forward to is when all the people from the Northeast go back home here pretty soon. Once we get through Easter then things get a lot quieter down here.
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