Soybeans Fall Below $15 for 1st Time Since July on DemandLuzi Ann Javier and Rudy Ruitenberg
Soybeans tumbled below $15 a bushel in Chicago for the first time since July as investors reduced bets on a price advance amid signs of slowing demand for U.S. exports. Corn and wheat also declined.
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