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Chicago | Reuters — U.S. soybean futures fell to a six-day low on Tuesday, pressured by the rapidly advancing harvest of a record crop in Brazil and much-needed rains in Argentina. Corn and wheat futures also weakened, setting back from 7-1/2-month highs in the absence of bullish news. Declines in corn and wheat were limited by speculators defending long positions they have built up during the recent rally. Soybeans were on the defensive amid expectations of a bumper harvest in both Brazil and Argentina t...