Soybeans, Corn Fall While Gold Edges Higher

NEW YORK (AP) -

Soybean prices fell Thursday, as did corn prices. Gold and silver edged higher, and energy futures ended mixed.

Soybeans for November delivery fell 32.75 cents, to settle at $12.24 a bushel. December corn fell 1.5 cents to $4.7875 a bushel. September wheat lost 4 cents to $6.4925 a bushel.

August gold picked up $9.30 to $1,328.80 an ounce. Silver for September delivery rose 13.4 cents to $20.154 an ounce.

Copper closed slightly higher, while platinum and palladium both fell. Copper for September delivery edged up 0.65 cents to $3.1855 a pound. October platinum fell $7.30 to $1,447.90 an ounce, and palladium for September delivery fell $4.55 to $740.75 an ounce.