Dust Bowl Wilting U.S. Wheat as Funds Turn BearishTony C. Dreibus
The worst U.S. drought since the 1930s Dust Bowl is damaging wheat crops across the world’s biggest supplier, at a time when hedge funds are the most bearish on prices in seven months.
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