Chicago corn futures hit two-month low.

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Chicago corn futures had a dismal close on Wednesday and touched a two-month low as analysts said US crop weather was not threatening, while wheat and soybean prices also eased.

The Chicago Board of Trade's (CBOT) most-active corn contract settled down 11 cents, or 2.7 percent, at $4.10 a bushel. The December contract traded to its lowest price since May 24. The weather outlook for the Midwest is generally...

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