Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished Mixed
$CORN, $WEAT, $SOY
Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agriculture commodities finished mixed Wednesday morning, with Soybean falling sharply after a more than 3% run up in the prior session.
As of 1452 GMT, the most active Corn contract for December was down 1.5c at 3.85 bu.
September Wheat was up 8.5c at 5.6225 bu.
November Soybean were down 15.25c at 9.0375 bu.
After Soybean futures rose 3.14c Tuesday, concerns over trade tensions between the United States and China again dragged down Soybean prices Wednesday morning.
Meanwhile, CBOT Wheat kept rising amid declining supplies due to extreme weather conditions that impacted many Wheat growing countries
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