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Prices Slip on Improved Weather, Large Supplies

Markets remain nervous about trade tensions between U.S. and China

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U.S. grain and soybean futures slumped on Wednesday as forecasts for drier weather in the American Midwest fuelled hopes that farmers will be able to make progress planting corn after delays.

According to Reuters, large inventories of the crops added pressure on the markets, which remained nervous about trade tensions between the United States and China.

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