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Agricultural Commodities Soybean Commodity Market Trades, Charts

  • LONDON, Feb 24- U.S. soybeans edged up on Friday, boosted partly by a weaker dollar which helped the market rebound from an earlier six-week low, but the market remained on course for a weekly loss. The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade rose 0.3 percent to $10.14-3/ 4 per bushel by 1122 GMT after hitting a six-week low of $10.09-1/ 2 a bushel...

  • *Corn flat, despite lower-than-expected USDA f'cast. SYDNEY, Feb 24- U.S. soybeans edged higher on Friday after earlier hitting a six-week low as ample global supplies pushed the oilseed towards two-week losses of nearly 5 percent. The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade rose 0.1 percent to $10.12-1/ 2 per bushel, after hitting a six-week low...

  • *USDA expected to raise forecast for soybean plantings. *Corn, wheat edge down before USDA plantings outlook. The USDA is due to release updated planting forecasts at its two-day Outlook Forum that starts on Thursday, with the market expecting an increase in soybean sowing.

  • SYDNEY, Feb 22- U.S. soybean prices rose on Wednesday to move away from a three-week low touched the session before, but gains were checked as favorable growing weather in South America stoked expectations of ample global supply. *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade, for March, gained 0.3 percent to $10.29-1/ 2 a bushel.

  • *Soy sags as Brazil crop seen offsetting Argentine issues. Wheat futures were also lower while corn firmed, supported As of 12:08 p.m. CST, Chicago Board of Trade March soybean futures were down 3-3/ 4 cents at $10.28-3/ 4 per bushel after dipping to $10.26-1/ 2, the contract's lowest since Feb. 6. Favorable weather in Brazil, which is forecast to harvest a...

  • PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Feb 21- Chicago soybean futures edged higher on Tuesday after a two-session slide, with heavy rain in major exporter Argentina bringing weather risks back into focus. Gains were limited by overall expectations for large soybean harvests in Argentina and Brazil, as well as a sharp rise in the dollar that makes U.S. grains more expensive overseas.

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  • SINGAPORE/ PARIS, Feb 13- Chicago wheat lost ground on Monday, snapping four sessions of gains and falling from its highest in seven months as ample world supplies weighed on the market. The Chicago Board of Trade most-active wheat contract dropped 0.6 percent to $4.46-1/ 2 a bushel by 1124 GMT, having closed up 1.2 percent on Friday after hitting its strongest...

  • SYDNEY, Feb 10- Pacific Management Investment Co, one of the world's largest bond funds, believes corn prices will outperform soybeans and is cautious about aluminum markets. The California- based fund management group, which manages $1.5 trillion of assets, or more than the annual output of the Australian economy, uses commodities to protect against inflation.

  • SYDNEY, Feb 10- Pacific Management Investment Co, one of the world's largest bond funds, believes corn prices will outperform soybeans and is cautious about aluminium markets. The California- based fund management group, which manages $1.5 trillion of assets, or more than the annual output of the Australian economy, uses commodities to protect against...

  • SYDNEY, Feb 10- Pacific Management Investment Co, one of the world's largest bond funds, believes corn prices will outperform soybeans and is cautious about aluminum markets. The California- based fund management group, which manages $1.5 trillion of assets, or more than the annual output of the Australian economy, uses commodities to protect against inflation.

  • SYDNEY, Feb 10- Pacific Management Investment Co, one of the world's largest bond funds, believes corn prices will outperform soybeans and is cautious about aluminium markets. The California- based fund management group, which manages $1.5 trillion of assets, or more than the annual output of the Australian economy, uses commodities to protect against...

  • Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures turned lower and corn prices held near an earlier seven-month peak in the wake of the USDA report in which the government also slashed its estimate for U.S. corn ending stocks and kept its U.S. soy supply forecast steady. USDA raised its U.S. wheat export forecast by 50 million bushels, citing a strong pace of U.S. wheat export...

  • *Grain markets awaiting USDA supply/demand report at 1700 GMT. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Feb 9- Chicago soybean futures edged lower on Thursday, snapping three sessions of gains that had taken it to a two-week high, as investors adjusted positions ahead of a closely watched global crop report from the U.S. government. The Chicago Board Of Trade most-active soybean...

  • Soybeans saw the biggest gains, with Chicago Board of Trade climbing 1.5 percent for the third straight day of higher prices, settling up 16 cents to $10.58-3/ 4 per bushel. Firm soybean and soy product prices in China underpinned U.S. soy and there was market chatter that China, which imports roughly two-thirds of global soy exports, bought several U.S. bulk...

  • *Hopes for more U.S. exports before Brazil crops take over. *Cautious mood ahead of USDA report weakens wheat and corn. Concern about trade friction between the United States and Mexico, which is a major customer for grain imports, also weighed on corn and wheat.

  • SYDNEY, Feb 8- U.S. soybean prices rose for a third session on Wednesday to hit their highest in 12 days, supported by strong demand for U.S. supplies. The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade had climbed 0.26 percent to $10.45-1/ 4 a bushel by 0356 GMT. The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Monday reported weekly soybean export inspections of 1.636...

  • CHICAGO, Feb 7- U.S. soybean futures edged higher on Tuesday on continued strong export demand as overseas buyers waited for the bulk of the expected bumper South America harvest to come online, traders said. "Beans continue to be the darling of the grains thanks to a long seasonal export tail, with the big anticipated shift to Brazil still yet to materialize," Matt...

  • SYDNEY, Feb 7- U.S. soybean prices rose on Tuesday, with strong demand for U.S. exports pushing two-day gains to nearly 1.5 percent. *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade climbed 0.43 percent to $10.40-1/ 2 a bushel, having firmed 0.9 percent on Monday. *The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission's weekly commitments report released on...

  • CHICAGO, Feb 6- U.S. soybean futures firmed on Monday on spillover strength from a rally in China as well as signs of good export demand, traders said. Traders in China returned from the Lunar New Year, and the soybean market there rose after being closed for a week. "You had a pretty strong showing in China when they returned from their holiday," said Northstar Commodity...