CHICAGO-- Grain futures were lower Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for March delivery fell 9.75 cents to $6.52 a bushel; March corn were 3 cents lower at 4.3350 a bushel; March oats were 1 cent lower at $3.2575 a bushel; while January soybeans fell 1.50 cents $13.28 a bushel.» Read More
*Soybeans ease after Friday jump, corn flat. PARIS/ SYDNEY, Nov 25- Chicago wheat futures extended gains on Monday to a two-week high as doubts over harvest prospects in Argentina and Australia bolstered potential demand for U.S. wheat.
CHICAGO-- Grain futures were mixed Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for March delivery rose 2.25 cents to $6.57 a bushel; March corn fell. 25 cent to 4.2925 a bushel; March oats were 4.50 cents higher at $3.24 a bushel; while January soybeans jumped 28 cents to $13.195 a bushel.
*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.
*Wheat up for 2nd day on Argentina, Australia harvest worries. In Argentina, the Rosario Grains Exchange forecast the wheat crop at 9.1 million tonnes in its first estimate of the season, well below the 11 million tonne view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
*Wheat imports seen remaining at 5-5.5 mln tonnes to 2019. CAIRO, Nov 18- Egypt, the world's biggest wheat importer, can achieve self-sufficiency in wheat for its bread subsidy programme by 2019 if silo storage capacity is raised by 1 million tonnes annually, the agriculture minister said. This is 9 million tonnes, " Abou Hadid told Reuters in an interview on Monday.
Wheat futures have surged this autumn, hitting a 4-1/ 2 month high as planting of the winter wheat crop kicked into high gear in the U.S. "We are down a little over $3 from where we were last year on cash price," said Brian Linin, CFO at Frontier Ag Inc, an agriculture cooperative in northwest Kansas.
*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 firms after hitting lowest since August 2010. *Wheat mixed: CBOT firm; KCBT, MGEX contracts weaken. Wheat futures were mixed, with Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat following corn but Kansas City Board of Trade hard red winter wheat and MGEX spring wheat contracts pressured by abundant supplies.
The United Nations food agency said rising sugar prices due to harvest concerns in Brazil drove global food prices slightly higher in October.
*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.
*Corn hits fresh three-year low. *Market eyes USDA world supply/demand report due Friday. Soybeans and corn also fell, with corn charting a fresh three-year low and soybeans notching their lowest since February 2012.
*Market eyes USDA world supply/demand report on Friday. Soybeans also fell, hitting their lowest since February 2012, while corn was close to unchanged and hovering near a three-year low. There have been no hitches or glitches, "said Dewey Strickler, president of Ag Watch Market Advisors.
*Corn hovers at 3- year lows, gets bargain-hunting support. *Wheat, soybeans firm on demand hopes. *Market eyes USDA world supply/demand report on Friday.
*Wheat also under pressure with grain supplies abundant. *Soybeans mixed; deliveries pressure nearby contract. Soybeans were mixed, with the nearby contract dropping on heavy deliveries while deferred months firmed on short-covering and bargain buying.
*Corn hits fresh three-year low in fourth day of declines. Corn and wheat futures weakened slightly, with corn hitting a fresh three-year low on pressure from the ongoing harvest of what is expected to be a record U.S. corn crop. Corn has fallen for four trading days in a row and wheat dropped to a 5-1/ 2 week low.
*Soybeans higher on export expectations. CHICAGO, Oct 30- U.S. corn futures sagged for the third time in four days on Wednesday, weighed down by the ongoing harvest of what is expected to be a record crop in the United States, traders said. "These yield numbers continue to run good," said Jason Britt, president of Central States Commodities.
*USDA condition report confirming good yields. At 9:44 a.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans were down 8-1/ 4 cents at $12.95-1/ 2 per bushel, December corn was down 4-1/ 2 at $4.39-1/ 2, and December wheat was up 2-1/ 4 at $7.02.
By 9:43 a.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade December wheat was down 10-3/ 4 cents per bushel at $6.95, December corn was down 2-1/ 2 at $4.39 and November soybeans were up 2-3/ 4 at $12.94. No one is too enthralled about wheat going much above $7.00 dollars with corn below $5.00, "said Sterling Smith, futures specialist for Citigroup.