Corn Bulls in Retreat as Near-Record Costs Curb DemandMaria Kolesnikova, Jeff Wilson and Luzi Ann Javier
Corn bulls are retreating after the U.S. government said that the worst drought since 1956 will damage the crop less than analysts had expected and on speculation that near-record prices will curb demand.
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