Corn, Soybeans Drop as U.S. Weather Seen Boosting HarvestMegan Durisin and Whitney McFerron
Corn and soybeans fell in Chicago on speculation that dry weather will accelerate harvests that are forecast to be the biggest ever in the U.S., the world’s top producer of the crops.
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