7/12/2011

U.S. corn exports fell in the first two weeks of June when prices reached as high as $7.99 per bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade, according to data from the Department of Agriculture. But when prices started falling below $6.40 per bushel in the last two weeks of June, exports soared to 691,700 metric tons in the week that ended June 23 and 621,800 metric tons in the week that ended June 30, the agency said.

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