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  • *Corn posts sixth straight weekly loss. "Weather forecasts continue to trend more and more beneficial as we enter the key soy development month," said Matt Zeller, director of market information at INTL FCStone said in a note to clients.

  • GRAINS-U.S. wheat gains on strong export prospects Friday, 1 Aug 2014 | 12:35 PM ET

    *Corn on track for sixth straight weekly loss. Corn and soybeans fell as the weather forecast turned wetter for some of the drier areas of the U.S.

  • *Corn, soy, wheat all post monthly losses. "The beans firmed up due to some speculators taking advantage of the weakness earlier in light of the very strong demand we are seeing," said Terry Reilly, an analyst at Futures International in Chicago. Chicago Board of Trade soybeans for August delivery settled up 4 cents at $12.24-1/ 2 a bushel.

  • *Wheat flat in consolidation trading. *Corn, soy, wheat all on track for monthly losses. "The beans firmed up due to some speculators taking advantage of the weakness earlier in light of the very strong demand we are seeing," said Terry Reilly, an analyst with Futures International in Chicago.

  • *Wheat, corn rise from four-year lows. "The weather continues to be excellent for crop development," Sterling Smith, futures specialist at Citigroup, said in a note to clients. Chicago Board of Trade September corn futures settled 3-3/ 4 cents higher at $3.81-1/ 2 a bushel, snapping a nine-session losing streak.

  • *Wheat ticks up from four-year lows. "The weather continues to be excellent for crop development," Sterling Smith, futures specialist at Citigroup, said in a note to clients. At 11:24 a.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade September corn futures were down 1/ 4 cent at $3.78 a bushel.

  • *Soybeans firm on bargain buying, exports. *Corn following wheat higher after hitting four-month low. Wheat futures rose on support from short-covering as well as disappointing harvest yields in key hard red winter wheat-growing areas of the U.S.

  • *Soybeans firm on bargain buying, exports. *Corn following wheat higher after hitting four-month low. Corn followed wheat higher, with short-covering also noted after the front-month contract dropped to a four-month low on Tuesday.

  • *Soybeans drop below $14, fund selling noted. CHICAGO, June 17- U.S. soybean futures fell 1.6 percent at the Chicago Board of Trade on Tuesday, dropping below $14 a bushel for the first time since March 24, on the easing of pressure on the U.S. balance sheet, traders said.

  • *USDA crop ratings expected to be bearish for corn, soybeans. CHICAGO, June 16- Chicago Board of Trade corn futures dropped 1.3 percent on Monday on expectations of a robust U.S. harvest this fall due to good crop weather across the U.S.

  • *Wheat hits lowest since late Feb after firm start. *USDA crop ratings expected to be bearish for corn, soybeans. CHICAGO, June 16- Chicago Board of Trade corn futures dropped 1.3 percent on Monday on expectations of a robust U.S. harvest this fall due to good crop weather across the U.S.

  • *Corn also pressured by China halting import permits for U.S. *Wheat sags as Northern Hemisphere harvest nears. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 11:55 a.m. CDT, July corn was down 10 cents at $4.49 per bushel after hitting $4.45-1/ 2, the lowest spot price since Feb. 24.

  • GRAINS-U.S. soybeans firm, pull corn higher Monday, 2 Jun 2014 | 12:54 PM ET

    *Soybeans top $15 on bull spreading, strong export demand. *Corn follows soy higher but U.S. weather weighs. *Wheat drops to lowest since March 3.

  • *Beans rise for 2nd day on tight supply, China indicator. *Corn hovers near 11- week low on planting hopes.

  • "There is not a lot of business being done," said Mark Schultz, analyst at Northstar Commodity in Minneapolis. The market... has anticipated the crop getting planted, "said Bill Gentry, broker at Risk Management Commodities. For the week, Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat was down 5.5 percent, its biggest weekly decline in four months.

  • CHICAGO, May 16- U.S. wheat futures fell for the eighth straight session on Friday, on track for their longest losing streak since June, due to poor demand for U.S. offerings on the export market despite the streak of declines. "There is not a lot of business being done," said Mark Schultz, analyst at Northstar Commodity in Minneapolis.

  • *Wheat down 7.4 percent during seven days of declines. The current cold conditions that certain parts of the country are experiencing are going to change next week, "said Tom Fritz, an analyst at EFG Group in Chicago.

  • *Wheat down 7.4 percent during losing streak. Wheat and soybean futures also were lower, with wheat dropping for the seventh day in a row due to ample global supplies that were chilling demand for U.S. offerings on the export market.

  • BEIJING, May 8- Chinese imports of soybeans hit their highest so far this year in April, climbing 63.5 percent from the same month in 2013, official customs data showed on Thursday. Growth was helped by more imports from Brazil, China's top supplier, after port congestion last year delayed shipments. "There are no logistics problem in Brazil, not like last year.

  • *Bunge says poor soy crushing margins in China to improve. CHICAGO, April 25- U.S. wheat futures touched their highest level in more than a week on Friday as escalating tensions in Ukraine heightened fears of supply disruptions and forecasts for drier-than-expected weather fueled concerns about crop damage in the U.S.