Harvest issues pull down CBOT corn as oil dips on low demand

December corn on the Chicago Board of Trade closed at $3.765 cents a bushel Thursday, falling by 7.5 cents amid brisk selling and forecasts of fair weather in the Midwest. Crude futures were slightly down over concerns about slumping global demand for oil. The Energy Department reported that U.S. oil stockpiles dropped by 3.9 million barrels as slow demand forced refiners to slash imports.

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