CHICAGO — Commodities prices have fallen steeply in recent weeks, driven down primarily by the broader market turmoil caused by the international credit crisis. Wheat futures last week fell to less than $6 per bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade, down from $7.43 in early September and down from record highs of $13.49 in late February. Corn was trading at $4.11 per bushel, down from $5.20 in early September and a record high of more than $8 in July. Soybeans were trading at less than $9 per ...
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