SINGAPORE, Oct 9- Chicago wheat futures edged higher on Friday, taking a breather after falling nearly 3 percent in the past two sessions on forecasts for beneficial rains in parts of the U.S. winter crop belt. Corn and soybean prices were largely unchanged as investors waited on monthly supply-demand reports from the U.S. Department of Agriculture later in the...» Read More
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