Corn Tumbles to 33-Month Low as U.S. Rain Bolstering Record CropTony C. Dreibus
Corn futures tumbled to a 33-month low as forecasts for cool, wet weather improved prospects for a crop expected to be a record in the U.S., the world’s biggest grower. Wheat fell to a one-year low, and soybeans declined.
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