Crops Surge as U.S. Cuts Harvest Outlooks Amid Parching DroughtJeff Wilson and Tony C. Dreibus
Corn surged to the highest price since September and soybeans reached a four-year high after the U.S. cut its production forecasts because of the worst drought since 1988. Wheat extended this year’s rally.
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