CHICAGO, April 29- Chicago Board of Trade corn, soybean and wheat futures all posted modest gains on Friday, supported by a mild round of end-of-month short-covering as well as technical buying when prices dipped into negative territory during the trading session. "The weather is wet across the corn belt through the weekend, but dries out next week to let the boys... » Read More
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