Better growing conditions for grains and beans pushed down futures prices for corn, wheat and soybeans Thursday.
A sharp improvement in weather and growing conditions for U.S. crops has sent futures falling this week. Corn is down 3.5 percent so far.
On Monday, the
"We're starting off with fantastic growing conditions," Hultman said. "With the weather looking so good this year, it takes away all the motivations from buyers."
Then again, Hultman added: "It's a long way from now to harvest."
In other commodities trading, gold for August delivery rose
July platinum rose
July copper was essentially unchanged at
In energy trading, U.S. crude oil fell
Natural gas rose
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