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By The Associated Press

Published: Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

• Mostly higher: Most energy prices edged higher on Thursday, a day after crude oil had its biggest drop of the year.

• Mixed grains: December wheat rose 8.5 cents to end at $9.025 a bushel, December corn fell 3 cents to $7.4125 per bushel and January soybeans fell 11.25 cents to $14.9575 per bushel.

 

 
 


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