Soybeans Tumble to Six-Month Low on Slowing Demand; Corn SlidesJeff Wilson
Soybeans tumbled to the lowest since June on speculation that improving crops in South America will curb demand for U.S. supplies. Corn fell for the fifth straight week, the longest slump since September 2011.
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