Crop Prices Probably Peaked After Drought Cuts U.S. OutputLuzi Ann Javier
Rallies in corn, wheat and soybeans because of drought in the U.S., the top grains shipper, are probably over and it would need worsening weather elsewhere to push up futures, said Macquarie Agricultural Funds Management.
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