Corn, Soy Drop as Indiana Shows Less Drought Damage; Wheat FallsTony C. Dreibus
Corn and soybean futures declined on speculation that the worst U.S. drought since 1956 caused less crop damage than the government expected in Indiana, the nation’s fifth-largest grower. Wheat also fell.
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