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Tuesday, Jun 19
2012, 12:43 PM
Corn futures are getting a charge this week over worries that hot, dry weather in the U.S....
Corn futures are getting a charge this week over worries that hot, dry weather in the U.S. Midwest will threaten corn inventories, with July futures +3.5% yesterday and +4.7% midday today. Fertilizer companies jump as the higher likelihood of tight corn supplies next year means farmers will plant more corn, driving up the need for fertilizer: CF +4.8%, POT +4.4%, MOS +3.9%, AGU +3.2%.