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June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Corn tumbled the most allowed by the Chicago Board of Trade after a government report showed U.S. farmers this spring planted more fields than anticipated as prices rose toward a record.
Corn also dropped today because U.S. inventories at the start of this month were larger than forecast, Grow said.
Stockpiles left over from last year's record harvest were 4.03 billion bushels as of June 1, up 14 percent from a year earlier
Originally posted by bismarcksea
Keep repeating that to yourself over and over as your starving.
If you think the markets care about the little people then you are sadly mistaken.