Corn Surges as U.S. Farmers Contend With Hot, Dry SpellPhoebe Sedgman and Whitney McFerron
Corn for delivery after the next U.S. harvest rallied to the highest level in more than nine months on speculation a heat wave may hurt yields. Soybeans and wheat also advanced.
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