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World May Miss La Nina’s Market-Rattling Effects as Odds Dim

  • Harder-to-predict patterns may hold sway over gas, soy markets
  • La Nina has caused floods in coal fields, drought in soy crops

La Nina, a weather phenomenon that could make parts of the U.S. colder, Brazil drier and Australia wetter, boosting prices for natural gas, soybeans and coal, probably won’t come around this year.

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