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Soybeans and wheat remain steady as grain harvest in the U.S. continues at a slow pace

Soybeans and wheat remain steady as grain harvest in the US continues at a slow pace

Kenneth Afor The Chicago soybean price futures in the early hours on Wednesday withstood the sluggish moves of United States’ grain harvest activities as anxiety over the US-China trade talk agreement drags on. Investors witnessed a 0.2 percent rise at $9.18 half a bushel of soybean contract on the Chicago ...
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