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Corn rallies to record as drought kills crops

Singapore : Singapore | Jul 18, 2012 at 4:43 AM PDT
Source: The Daily Herald
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Corn may rally to a record $8.50 a bushel as the worst U.S. drought in decades cuts production in the worlds biggest exporter, driving global stockpiles lower, according to broker Newedge USA LLC. The U.S. harvest may drop to 11.8 billion bushels (299.7 million metric tons), said Dan Cekander, director... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Herald
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