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Wheat futures slide on worries about weak demand

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Wheat futures are sharply lower as investors worry about a slowdown in purchases and new supplies coming on the market from Argentina. The actively traded May contract for wheat fell 16 cents, or 3 percent, to $5.89 a bushel Thursday. Wheat had been rising over the past several weeks as traders anticipated that transportation problems in Canada would hinder that country's crop from coming to...

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