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Soybeans keep sliding on concerns over China

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Concerns over an economic slowdown in China continue to pummel prices for soybeans. The contract for May delivery of soybeans sank 26 cents, or 2 percent, to settle at $13.87 a bushel Wednesday. Soybean futures have slumped 5 percent this week following reports that China's economy is slowing and that it's cutting back on soybeans. The U.S. government reported last week that China canceled...

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