SAO PAULO, May 23- Twenty thousand tonnes of Argentine corn arrived in Northeastern Brazil on Thursday, the state of Bahia said, a sign Brazil is purchasing corn from its southern neighbor even though it is expected to harvest its second consecutive record crop. Brazil has had trouble managing its food stocks due to insufficient storage silos and roads.» Read More
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CNBC's Melissa Lee interviews Terry Duffy, executive chairman of CME Group.
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