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  • Corn futures also rose at the Chicago Board of Trade, following gains in wheat and on fears that frost in North Dakota could harm emerging plants there. "We are probably trading headlines today- forecasts for heavy rains in Texas and Oklahoma," said Austin Damiani, analyst at Frontier Futures. Rains could arrive midweek in Texas and Oklahoma, possibly causing local...

  • Corn futures were up 1 percent at the Chicago Board of Trade, following gains in wheat, while soybeans edged higher on technical buying. "We are probably trading headlines today- forecasts for heavy rains in Texas and Oklahoma," said Austin Damiani, analyst at Frontier Futures. Rains could arrive midweek in Texas and Oklahoma, possibly causing local flooding and...

  • Grain higher, livestock lower Monday, 18 May 2015 | 11:09 AM ET

    CHICAGO— Grain futures were higher Monday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for July delivery was unchanged at $5.11 a bushel; July corn was 2.25 cents higher at $3.6775 a bushel; July oats were unchanged at $2.4850 a bushel; while July soybeans gained 3.25 cent to 9.5650 a bushel. June live cattle was. 67 cent lower at $1.5185 a pound; August feeder...

  • Grain mixed, livestock mixed Friday, 15 May 2015 | 10:58 AM ET

    CHICAGO— Grain futures were mixed Friday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for July delivery was unchanged at $5.1425 a bushel; July corn was 2.50 cents lower at $3.6550 a bushel; July oats were unchanged at $2.4750 a bushel; while July soybeans gained 1 cent to 9.58 a bushel. June live cattle was unchanged at $1.5380 a pound; August feeder cattle...

  • MOSCOW, May 15- The removal of a wheat export duty will allow Russia to increase wheat exports by 1 million tonnes, Interfax news agency quoted the government as saying on Friday.

  • Grain mostly higher, livestock mostly higher Thursday, 14 May 2015 | 10:52 AM ET

    CHICAGO— Grain futures were mixed Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for July delivery was unchanged at $4.8150 a bushel; July corn was 4.25 cents higher at $3.6650 a bushel; July oats were unchanged at $2.3575 a bushel; while July soybeans lost 1.50 cents to 9.5575 a bushel. June live cattle was 1.68 cents higher at $1.5365 a pound; August...

  • Grain mostly higher, livestock mostly higher Wednesday, 13 May 2015 | 10:56 AM ET

    CHICAGO— Grain futures were mixed Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for July delivery was 5.50 cents higher at $4.86 a bushel; July corn was 3 cents lower at $3.58 a bushel; July oats were unchanged at $2.4275 a bushel; while July soybeans gained 4.50 cents to 9.60 a bushel. June live cattle was. 37 cent lower at $1.5110 a pound; August feeder...

  • *USDA projects U.S. 2015/ 16 soy stocks at nine-year high. *Corn firm after largely neutral USDA data. *Wheat modestly lower on rising U.S., world stocks.

  • *Wheat firm as softer dollar prompts short-covering. *Soybeans also higher; Argentine strikes eyed. CHICAGO, May 12- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures hit a two-week high and soybeans also firmed on Tuesday as a weaker dollar inspired managed funds to cover short positions ahead of a monthly U.S. government report.

  • Grain higher, livestock higher Tuesday, 12 May 2015 | 11:04 AM ET

    CHICAGO— Grain futures were higher Tuesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for July delivery was unchanged at $4.81 a bushel; July corn was 1 cent higher at $3.6150 a bushel; July oats were unchanged at $2.3550 a bushel; while July soybeans gained 6 cents to 9.80 a bushel. June live cattle was. 25 cent higher at $1.5050 a pound; August feeder cattle...

  • CORRECTED-UN FAO WORLD WHEAT OUTPUT FORECAST 2015-16 719.1 MLN TONNES.

  • UN FAO LOWERS WORLD WHEAT OUTPUT FORECAST TO 719.1 MLN TONNES VS PREVIOUS FORECAST 729.5 MLN TONNES.

  • *Corn follows wheat higher after hitting seven-month low. *Soybeans fall after hitting two-month high. Scouts on the Wheat Quality Council's annual tour of Kansas on Wednesday found prospects for the crop in the western portion of the state worse than those of last year's drought-hit crop.

  • *Wheat nears 5- year low after Egypt bypasses U.S. supplies. Poor export demand for U.S. supplies and strong yield projections from early results of a crop tour through Kansas also pressured the market. Egypt on Tuesday said it bought Russian and Romanian wheat in its latest deal that totaled 120,000 tonnes, again bypassing U.S. offerings.

  • *Wheat nears 5- year low after Egypt bypasses U.S. supplies. Corn futures also sank, with the most active July contract hitting its lowest in seven months following a government report that showed U.S. farmers were ahead of schedule in their planting. Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat for July delivery was down 11 cents at $4.61-3/ 4 a bushel at 11:18 a.m....

  • *Corn falls for third day on fast planting pace. "I've heard some talk that China has an increased appetite for oil, said Bill Gentry, broker at Risk Management Associates." Corn was anchored by expectations that a U.S. Department of Agriculture report on Monday afternoon will show that farmers seeded huge chunks of their acreage in the past week.

  • *Corn falls for third day on fast planting pace. "I've heard some talk that China has an increased appetite for oil, said Bill Gentry, broker at Risk Management Associates." Corn was anchored by expectations that a U.S. Department of Agriculture report on Monday afternoon will show that farmers seeded huge chunks of their acreage in the past week.

  • Wheat prices were mixed, hovering near a roughly five-year low notched on Tuesday. "The spreads don't indicate much bullishness," said Craig VanDyke, analyst at brokerage Top Third Ag Marketing in Chicago. A stabilizing greenback made commodities priced in the currency less attractive in international markets, with U.S. corn and wheat already more expensive in...

  • Wheat prices were hovering near a roughly five-year low notched on Tuesday. "The spreads don't indicate much bullishness," said Craig VanDyke, analyst at brokerage Top Third Ag Marketing in Chicago. A stabilizing greenback made commodities priced in the currency less attractive in international markets, with U.S. corn and wheat already more expensive in many...

  • GRAINS-Corn, wheat rebound on technicals, dollar declines Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015 | 4:14 PM ET

    Soybeans also gained at the Chicago Board of Trade, buoyed by a strike of boat captains at the main grains port in Argentina, the top exporter of soymeal and soyoil. Exporters in Russia, Ukraine and Europe have stolen away market share from shippers in the United States in recent years while a U.S. outbreak of bird flu affecting millions of turkeys and chickens also...