*Corn, wheat decline in profit-taking setback. CHICAGO, May 24- U.S. soybean futures fell on Friday for the first time in seven sessions and corn eased after two days of gains as investors squared positions ahead of the three-day U.S.» Read More
*Wheat weakens on spillover from corn drop. The trade has ideas that we are actually going to get the crops planted, "said Bill Gentry, a broker with Risk Management Commodities." At 10:45 a.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade July corn futures were down 20-1/ 4 cents at $6.41 a bushel.
CHICAGO, May 3- U.S. soybean futures jumped more than 1 percent on Friday while corn and wheat fell early and then trimmed losses as tight domestic supplies and strong cash markets prompted investors to cover short positions.
*Corn touches one-month high as rains delay plantings. Corn futures edged lower after hitting a one-month peak. We're just in that timeframe of tight stocks and there haven't been any imports yet from South America, "said Don Roose, president of U.S. Commodities in Des Moines, Iowa.
*Exported 119,653 tonnes of wheat to Iran in February. HAMBURG, May 2- Germany exported 119,653 tonnes of wheat to Iran in February, figures from the German statistics agency showed on Thursday, suggesting that Western sanctions against Tehran are not hindering sales.
*Wheat tanks on profit-taking after April gains, soy down 2 pct. NEW YORK, May 1- Oil, gold and copper tumbled on Wednesday after renewed worries over the Chinese and U.S. economies drove investors to sell raw materials on the first trading day of May, a month known for historically weak commodity prices.
*Wheat tanks too on profit-taking. NEW YORK, May 1- Crude oil, gold and copper fell sharply on Wednesday in their first session for May as renewed concerns over economic growth in China and the United States pulled commodities lower in a month historically known for weak prices.
Discussing how staples, including corn, wheat and soy, are holding up in the Midwest amid cold weather, with Weather Channel's Reynolds Wolf and Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial.
CHICAGO, April 30- U.S. wheat surged 3 percent on Tuesday, with benchmark futures at the Kansas City Board of Trade climbing to the highest level in seven weeks on concerns scouts on an annual crop tour will find freeze-damaged fields in the top growing state of Kansas.
*Corn plantings match slowest pace on record from 1984. *Wheat sharply higher ahead of annual Kansas crop tour. *Soybeans up most since February.
*Corn plantings match slowest pace on record from 1984. Corn futures rose their 40- cent daily trading limit while wheat and soybeans posted their biggest gains in weeks as the value of the dollar eroded and investors counted on easy money from the U.S. and euro zone central banks to offset the risk of a disappointing global economic recovery.
*Wheat sharply higher ahead of annual Kansas crop tour. *Coming up: USDA planting progress at 3 p.m. CDT ( 2000 GMT. Corn futures for December delivery- the first contract to reflect the harvest of a new U.S. crop- were up 28 cents, or 5 percent, to $5.52 per bushel, on pace for their largest one-day bounce since March 2011.
*Wheat sharply higher ahead of annual Kansas crop tour. *Coming up: USDA planting progress at 3 p.m. CDT ( 2000 GMT. Wheat futures were also sharply higher, following gains in corn and underpinned by concerns that crop scouts on a tour this week will find freeze-damaged wheat fields in the top growing state of Kansas.
CHICAGO, April 26- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures fell nearly 2 percent on Friday on profit-taking after prices rose the previous session amid concerns about yield losses due to freezes in the U.S.
CHICAGO, April 26- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures fell nearly one percent on Friday on profit-taking, a day after the contract rose more than 1 percent on supply worries fuelled by concerns about production losses due to freezing weather in the U.S.
Chris Gadd, grains analyst at Macquarie Group, talks to CNBC about the lack of quality wheat in the UK which he says doesn't look likely to get any better.
*KCBT wheat up most in 5 months. Kansas City Board of Trade hard red winter wheat for May delivery leaped 3.3 percent, or 24-3/ 4 cents per bushel ending the session at $7.63- 3/ 4 per bushel, posting the biggest one day advance for a spot KCBT wheat futures contract in five months.
PARIS/ NEW DELHI, April 25- Chicago corn and wheat futures were higher on Thursday as U.S. weather risks encouraged some buying after losses this week and as operators awaited direction from weekly export data.
*Wheat market shrugging off Wednesday freeze in US Plains. CHICAGO, April 24- Chicago Board of Trade corn staged a cautious rebound on Wednesday in a technical bounce from its slide to a two-week low and on hesitant sales of corn by farmers, traders said.
Floods in the Midwest have made it harder to plant corn this spring, but the question is what might happen in the wheat belt as unusually late snows melt in the northern Plains.
*Lower imports by China hit corn, wheat. *Weak PMI data indicate poor demand from China. NEW DELHI, April 23- Chicago corn futures fell on Tuesday, extending losses from the previous session, due to better crop weather forecasts and poor demand from China, the world's second-biggest consumer of the grain.