Agricultural Commodities Soybean Commodity Market Trades, Charts

  • The allure of Brazil's commodities may be fading for China, but the world's second-largest economy has found new opportunities in the South American nation.

  • *Wheat rallies on short-covering after dip below $4. At the Chicago Board of Trade, September wheat settled up 9 cents at $4.10-1/ 4 per bushel. Benchmark December corn ended up 1 cent at $3.35 a bushel and November soybeans settled up 2-1/ 2 cents at $9.55-1/ 2 a bushel.

  • *Wheat rallies on short-covering after dip below $4. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 12:52 p.m. CDT, September wheat was up 10 cents at $4.11-1/ 4 per bushel. Benchmark December corn was up 1-1/ 4 cents at $3.35-1/ 4 a bushel and November soybeans were up 3 cents at $9.56 a bushel.

  • *Wheat hits 10- year low below $4 a bushel. Front-month corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell to the lowest in nearly two years and wheat dipped below $4 a bushel for the first time in a decade, but both markets pared losses by the close. At the CBOT, the benchmark November soybean contract settled down 8-1/ 2 cents at $9.53 per bushel after slipping to $9.43, its...

  • Front-month corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell to the lowest in nearly two years and wheat dipped below $4 a bushel for the first time in a decade. At the CBOT as of 12:38 p.m. CDT, the benchmark November soybean contract was down 16-1/ 2 cents at $9.45 per bushel after slipping to $9.43, its lowest since mid-April. CBOT December corn was down 3 cents at...

  • CHICAGO, Aug 1- U.S. soybean futures slipped about 4 percent on Monday as forecasts for favorable weather in the Midwestern crop belt prompted investors to liquidate long positions, traders said. At the Chicago Board of Trade, new-crop November soybean futures settled down 41-1/ 2 cents at $9.61-1/ 2 per bushel. December corn ended down 8-1/ 2 cents at $3.34-1/ 4 a...

  • *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade fell 1 percent to $9.93-1/ 4 a bushel, having firmed 2.6 percent on Friday when prices hit a high of $10.06 a bushel- the highest since July 22. *U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that exporters sold 129,000 tonnes of U.S. soybeans to unknown destinations, the third sale of at least 100,000 tonnes in as...

  • *Soybeans face 16 pct monthly slump as weather fears ease. SYDNEY/ PARIS, July 29- U.S. soybeans fell on Friday, poised for its biggest one-month fall in more than two years as fears ease over potential yield losses due to unfavourable weather. The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade lost 0.7 percent, falling to $9.71 a bushel after rising to...

  • SYDNEY, July 29- U.S. soybeans edged higher on Friday, but the oilseed was poised to record its biggest one-month fall in more than two years as concerns over unfavorable weather eased, boosting expectations for bumper supplies. *U.S. Department of Agriculture weekly U.S. export sales for the current marketing season of a negative 1,400 tonnes of soybeans were...

  • CHICAGO, July 25- U.S. soybean futures fell sharply on Monday, extending the steep declines seen last week on pressure from investment fund selling and favorable extended weather outlooks for the developing crop, traders and analysts said. Wheat and corn futures each were narrowly lower at the Chicago Board of Trade, with wheat reversing from earlier gains that...

  • Soybeans are loaded onto a truck after being harvested at the Sitio Azulao farm, near Itapetininga, Brazil.

    Bad weather is weighing on key crop exports in South America. But U.S. farmers are getting a bump from El Nino, a weak dollar and heavy fund buying.

  • EPA moves to pull insecticide from market

    The agency orders Bayer CropScience and Nichino America to take the chemical off the market.

  • How low will agricultural commodities go?

    There will be short-term supply- side pressure on prices on the back of good weather conditions, according to Christopher Narayanan, head of agricultural research at Societe Generale.

  • US crops: Beans hit hardest

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports the details out of the latest U.S. crop report.

  • Asia consumer stocks appear expensive, but some analysts think they can rise further, getting a boost from falling commodity prices.

  • U.S. corn production will crack the 14-billion-bushel mark for the first time in 2014.

  • Corn price expectations lower

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports the corn report came in lighter than expected, and the government is expecting 14 billion bushels for the first time.

  • Protective gear made by Dupont on display.

    DuPont announced lower operating earnings and in the second quarter and consequently lowered its full-year outlook for operating earnings.

  • A shipload of shredded soya is unloaded via a suction pipe.

    Chinese importers' defaults on soybean cargos may spur debt concerns, but such defaults aren't unusual and China's soybean business has been struggling.

  • Farmers turning from corn to soy: Pro

    Kona Haque, head of agricultural research at Macquarie Group, discusses why farmers are moving towards growing soy.