Grains, Soybeans Retreat More As Crop Jitters Ease
Corn slipped for the 10th straight session Thursday on crop-friendly weather in South America and expectations for rising global supplies, traders said. Wheat fell as improving weather conditions and fund selling overshadowed strong weekly export sales data, and soybeans fell after weekly export sales fell short of trade expectations. March corn settled down 3/4 cent at $6.94-3/4 per bushel. March wheat ended down 3-1/2 cents at $7.32, and March
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