South African Yellow Corn Falls to 15-Month Low as Rand GainsNeo Khanyile
South African yellow corn fell to the lowest level in 15 months after the rand strengthened against the dollar, making foreign corn cheaper relative to the local variety, and as U.S. prices declined.
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