SINGAPORE, April 21- Chicago wheat fell more than 2 percent on Monday to its lowest in almost a week, while corn slid for a third consecutive session as improved U.S. weather pressured grain prices. Chicago Board of Trade wheat for May delivery slid as much as 2.2 percent to $6.76-1/ 4 a bushel, its lowest since April 15.» Read More
*Rains in Argentina expected to bolster corn, soy crops. Corn firmed on short covering and spreading against soybeans but wheat sagged under the weight of plentiful global supplies, with values on the Chicago Board of Trade setting life-of-contract lows. Soybeans declined as rains fell in parts of Argentina, where soy and corn crops have been in need of moisture.
*Rains across Argentina ease drought stress on crops. *Wheat falls, gives back some gains from prior session. CHICAGO, Dec 30- U.S. corn prices closed in on their biggest ever annual decline, falling near 1 percent on Monday as more rain eased drought worries in major exporter Argentina.
*Rains across Argentina ease drought stress on crops. CHICAGO, Dec 30- U.S. soybean and corn futures markets eased on Monday with corn dropping to its lowest level in two weeks as rains fell in key crop areas of major exporter Argentina, easing dought-stress on each crop.
*Rains across Argentina ease drought stress on crops. HAMBURG/ SYDNEY, Dec 30- U.S. corn futures fell to an 11- day low on Monday and soybeans also dropped as rains across major exporter Argentina eased drought stress on crops.
Jim Iuorio of TJM Institutional Services and Jeff Kilburg, founder and CEO of KKM Financial, discuss how several commodities will fare.
LONDON, Dec 27- Wheat futures fell on Friday with prices in Chicago holding just above the prior session's 6-1/ 2 month low as plentiful supplies kept the market on the defensive. "There is plenty of supply but those markets which have the demand have been sustained," one European broker said, referring to the widening premium for Paris over Chicago wheat.
*More DDGs expected to be turned away as China steps up checks. BEIJING, Dec 26- China has turned away about 2,000 tonnes of U.S. dried distillers grains, a corn by-product, and more rejections are expected in coming weeks as Beijing imposes strict checks over an unapproved genetically-modified strain, traders said on Thursday.
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.
*Corn down for third day in a row. *Soybeans rise on bargain buying, technical support. "Wheat is looking to be a huge crop this year," said Karl Setzer, a commodity trading adviser with the MaxYield Cooperative in West Bend, Iowa.
*Corn down for third day in a row. Corn futures also fell, but soybeans firmed on bargain buying following a weak start. "Wheat is looking to be a huge crop this year," said Karl Setzer, a commodity trading adviser with the MaxYield Cooperative in West Bend, Iowa.
*Wheat toils under rising global supply. PARIS/ SYDNEY, Dec 16- U.S. corn futures fell for a third consecutive session on Monday, bringing cumulative losses to 4 percent, on concerns China could reject more U.S. corn and hamper efforts to shift a record-large U.S. harvest.
The bill, introduced by Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat; Tom Coburn, an Oklahoma Republican; and eight cosponsors, faces an uphill battle as many lawmakers from agricultural states support the Renewable Fuel Standard that dictates rising volumes of ethanol made from grains, including corn, be blended into motor fuel.
*Big jump in world wheat stocks after large Canada harvest. U.S. soybean stocks for 2013/ 14 were forecast down sharply from a month ago, but projected wheat stocks in the United States and globally were higher, largely reflecting a record crop in Canada, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
WASHINGTON, Dec 10- Lower prices created resurgent demand for U.S. corn at home and abroad, including in the ethanol market, the U.S. government forecast on Tuesday, resulting in smaller, but still ample, stocks at the end of this marketing year.
Joseph Vaclavik, president of Standard Grain, says that corn prices are tumbling and that he isn't optimistic for next year's market outlook.
*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.
*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.
*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.