CHICAGO-- Grain futures were mostly higher Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for May delivery rose 18.25 cents to $6.59 a bushel; May corn was 5 cents higher at 4.8325 a bushel; May oats rose 1.25 cents to $4.2450 a bushel; while May soybeans declined 5.75 cents to $14.13 a bushel.» Read More
*Corn demand seen boosted by widening discount to wheat. Soybean and corn futures were each narrowly higher in light volume at the Chicago Board of Trade, bolstered by rains that delayed harvest in the United States. Rains earlier this year damaged the wheat crop in top grower China, while frost hampered wheat in Argentina and Brazil.
NEW YORK, Sept 27- Gold and wheat rallied on Friday and a few other commodities rose slightly, adding to what was shaping to be the sector's best quarterly performance in a year when the third quarter closes next week. Wheat also gained 0.7 percent, hitting 2- month highs, on data showing brisk U.S. exports of the grain.
*Argentine weather, China demand give fundamental support. Wheat's recent gains- prices for the benchmark Chicago Board of Trade December soft red winter wheat contract have risen 3.6 percent so far this week- have also caused some investors to cover short positions as the market has surged through key technical resistance points.
*Argentine weather, China demand give fundamental support. Wheat's recent gains-- prices for the benchmark Chicago Board of Trade December soft red winter wheat contract have risen 4.2 percent so for this week-- have also caused some investors to cover short positions in the commodity as the market has surged through key technical resistance points.
*Expectations of strong China demand support wheat. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Sept 25- The price of U.S. wheat rose for a third session on Wednesday to its highest in more than three weeks, as frost threatened crops in Argentina and on expectations of strong demand from China.
"If the price gap widens further, China could step up imports from Australia, Canada and may also be interested in U.S. hard-red spring wheat," said an industry analyst with an official think-tank.
*Soybeans falls to lowest in more than a month after rains. CHICAGO, Sept 23- U.S. wheat futures rose 1.1 percent on Monday, supported by rising global demand as well as a round of short-covering, traders said. Corn futures edged higher on spillover strength from the wheat market but soybeans dipped amid hopes that some recent rain across key growing areas of the U.S.
*Soybeans pressured as recent rain improved harvest outlook. *Corn firms on wheat strength. Corn futures edged higher on spillover strength from the wheat market but soybeans dipped amid hopes that some recent rain across key growing areas of the U.S.
*Wheat firm, China demand supports but world supplies weigh. WHEAT FIRM Chicago Board of Trade December wheat futures rose 0.23 percent to $6.47-3/ 4 a bushel by 1115 GMT, having lost 1.6 percent on Friday.
*Corn to one-month low, soybeans to lowest since Aug. 23. *Wheat down on profit-taking, favorable planting weather. Wheat followed the weaker trend on profit-taking after Thursday's rally and favorable planting weather in the U.S.
Chicago Board of Trade December wheat fell 0.3 percent to $6.55-1/ 4 a bushel by 1101 GMT, having hit a 16- day high in the previous session.
*Soy stabilises after rally, USDA cuts supply forecast. LONDON, Sept 13- Soybeans on the Chicago Board of Trade were little changed on Friday as the market consolidated after the prior session's sharp gains which were driven by a tighter supply outlook issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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