Business & Finance: Wheat

Wheat has gone beyond the much-afllicted U. S. farmer's wildest hopes. Five grades of cash wheat here sold as high as $2.10 a bushel, while futures have advanced 80 cents from the low point of 1924, and 18 cents during the past two weeks. Arthur Cutten, prominent speculator, and Julius Barnes, famed grain expert, both predict $2.50 wheat before the new 1925 crop is raised-old grain traders declare they have never seen such a market.

Rumors of a corner in grain abound, and high prices ma)' in some degree be due to an extended...

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