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Evening markets: tumbling crude takes toll on ag futures

Crude oil falls after Opec decides to keep output steady. The drop undermines sentiment on ag markets, which also decline despite some bullish factors

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Featured market report Evening markets: tumbling crude takes toll on ag futures
Crude oil falls after Opec decides to keep output steady. The drop undermines sentiment on ag markets, which also decline despite some bullish factors
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