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MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN EXCHANGE NAMES SENIOR ECONOMIST

 MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The Minneapolis Grain Exchange today named David W. Bullock, Ph.D., as its senior economist. Dr. Bullock comes to the Exchange from Montana State University where he was an assistant professor in the department of agricultural economics and economics.
 Bullock's principal concentration has been agricultural marketing and price analysis. His research has been published in several academic journals including, The Journal of Economics and Business, and the International Review of Economics and Finance. Bullock has written several articles for the general press, including a regular column in the Montana Farmer-Stockman.
 "David's knowledge of grain markets and pricing strategies will help extend the opportunities of futures and options trading to commodity producers and handlers -- individuals who can all benefit from the price discovery and risk management tools available at the Minneapolis Grain Exchange," said Exchange President James H. Lindau.
 Bullock received his doctorate in agricultural economics from Iowa State University and his master's and bachelor's degrees from Northwest Missouri State University. He is married and has one child.
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 /CONTACT: Albert Maruggi of Minneapolis Grain Exchange, 612-338-6212/


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