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Cash Market Moves
Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Wed Jan 27, 2016 03:51 PM CST

Corn and crude oil have, at times, been best friends, joined at the hip. You couldn't talk about one without the other. But crude oil's meltdown -- it's down from more than $90 a barrel in June 2014 to a shade above $30 today -- did more than just lower farmers fuel costs. It highlighted how broken the correlation to corn has become.

Chris Narayanan is an agriculture commodities analyst at Societe Generale, a French bank that with a variety of clients including grain companies. He told me the story to be written here isn't about the breakup. It's about ...

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