13.06.2013 - Grain prices tumble as U.S. sees bigger corn supply, wheat crops
Corn futures tumbled the most in five weeks, leading declines in wheat and soybeans, after the U.S. said inventories will be bigger than analystsí forecast as global production rebounds from a drought last year. Record domestic corn output of 14.005 billion bushels this year will more than double inventories before the harvest in 2014, and soybean production will be 3.39 billion bushels, the most ever, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said today in a report. While drought damage late last year will reduce the 2013 U.S. wheat harvest, global output will rise 6.1 percent...............................................Full Article: Source
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