*Wheat posts biggest decline in two weeks. *Corn falls on forecasts for improved U.S. planting weather. Wheat led the way, giving up nearly 2 percent on expectations for a turn to better crop weather in the U.S.» Read More
CHICAGO, Dec 23- U.S. soybean futures ended lower on Monday, on concerns that China soon may be shifting its soy buying to South America from the United States, and on outlooks for better crop weather in South America.
CHICAGO, Dec 17- U.S. soybean futures rose 0.5 percent on Tuesday, their third straight session of gains, due to higher soymeal, active soymeal exports and stronger cash soymeal markets. Soybeans also were supported by the strong U.S. soybean crush as seen in Monday's National Oilseeds Processors Association monthly crush report.
CHICAGO, Dec 17- U.S. soybean futures were firm on Tuesday, posting advances for the third day in a row, led higher by gains in soymeal linked to active meal exports and strength in cash markets. Corn rose for the second day in a row on short-covering and despite concern about China's recent moves to reject cargoes of U.S. corn that contained a non-approved GMO variety.
*Exports, US freeze lift Paris wheat to near 7- month high. CHICAGO, Dec 4- U.S. soybean futures were higher on Wednesday, reversing two days of declines, on technical buying despite prospects for a huge soy harvest in South America. Chicago Board of Trade January soybeans were up 9-3/ 4 cents per bushel at $13.29-1/ 2, while December wheat was down 6-1/ 2 at $6.47-1/ 4.
*Exports, US freeze buoy wheat, Paris futures at 7- mth high. CHICAGO, Dec 4- U.S. soybean futures climbed 1 percent on Wednesday reversing two days of declines on technical buying and despite prospects for a huge soy output in South America.
*USDA reports fresh soybean sale, China cancellation. Corn lost 1.5 percent as the previous day's short-covering global supplies of the golden grain, said Bill Gary, president of Commodity Information Systems in Oklahoma City.
*USDA reports fresh soybean sale, China cancellation. Corn lost 1 percent as the previous day's short-covering by funds dried up, leaving few supportive factors to offset big global supplies of the golden grain, said Bill Gary, president of Commodity Information Systems in Oklahoma City.
*Wheat up amid supply worry, corn flat on profit-taking. Wheat futures edged higher for a second straight day, aiming for the first weekly gain in a month, amid concerns about crops in key exporting countries in the southern hemisphere. "The trade has realized that USDA will have to increase its export forecast in the next report.
*Wheat rises amid supply worries, corn flat on profit taking. Wheat futures edged higher for a second straight day, aiming for the first weekly gain in a month, amid concerns about crops in key southern hemisphere exporters. USDA on Friday confirmed private sales of 115,000 tonnes of U.S. soybeans to China.
*Corn turns down after 2- week top on light farmer selling. CHICAGO, Nov 12- U.S. soybean futures rose 1 percent to a six-week high on Tuesday, lifted by export demand for U.S. soybeans, particularly from China, along with spillover support from palm oil, traders said.
*Corn flat with big crop expected in USDA report on Friday. *Wheat mixed: CBOT edges higher; KCBT, MGEX contracts weaken. Corn and wheat futures were soft and mixed, respectively, with traders squaring positions ahead of long-awaited U.S. Agriculture Department production and supply and demand reports.
*Corn hits 3- year low on forecast for record harvest. Corn and wheat futures weakened, setting new lows, on expectations that a huge corn harvest will lead to a glut of grain in the United States, traders said. Corn has fallen for six sessions in a row, its longest losing streak since late July.
*Corn hits fresh 3- year low on forecast for record harvest. Corn and wheat futures weakened, staking out new lows, on expectations that a huge corn harvest will lead to a glut of grain supplies in the United States, traders said.
NEW YORK, Oct 28- Corn and soybean prices fell their most in nearly a month on Monday after friendly weather at the weekend that led to big harvests of U.S. crops, and natural gas futures tumbled too following moderate temperature forecasts.
Simona Gambarini, associate director of research at ETF Securities, expects the upcoming USDA crop report to stay bearish.
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Some hedge fund managers are bullish on corn and soybeans, with CNBC's Kate Kelly.