PARIS, July 4- CME Group faces a tough task getting Europe's grain trade to adopt U.S.-style wheat futures, but backing from big French grain handlers gives it a chance of challenging Euronext in a market some traders say has room for only one exchange. CME, the owner of the Chicago Board of Trade whose prices are a global benchmark for grain, will launch trading in...
SINGAPORE, June 22- Chicago corn edged higher on Wednesday after hitting a near one-month low earlier in the session, facing headwinds from improving prospects for the U.S. crop. After the close, the CME Group, parent of the Chicago Board of Trade, said it would change the daily trading limit in corn to 40 cents a bushel for Wednesday's session, expanding from the...
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