CBOT: December wheat rises 3 cents to US$8.76/bushel; December corn increases 0.25 cent to US$7.6025/bushel; January soybeans fall 3 cents to US$14.4625/bushel; December live cattle declines 0.55 cent to US$1.2782/lb.

LOS ANGELES , November 28, 2012 () – According to the Chicago Board of Trade, wheat for December delivery rose 3 cents to US$8.76 a bushel, while December corn increased 0.25 cent to $7.6025 a bushel, the Associated Press reported Nov. 28.

January soybeans fell 3 cents to $14.4625 a bushel, while December live cattle declined 0.55 cent to $1.2782 a pound.

The primary source of this article is the Associated Press, New York, New York, on Nov. 28, 2012.

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