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Agricultural Commodities Wheat Commodity Market Trades, Charts

  • CHICAGO— Grain futures were mixed Tuesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for May delivery was 3.40 cents lower at $4.02 a bushel; May corn was up 2 cents at $3.6040 a bushel; May oats was up 2 cents at $2.1960 a bushel while May soybeans declined 20.60 cents to $9.5940 a bushel. April live cattle was. 65 cent higher at $1.2990 a pound; April feeder...

  • CHICAGO— Grain futures were higher Monday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for May delivery was 2.80 cents higher at $4.0540 a bushel; May corn was up 2.20 cents at $3.5840 a bushel; May oats was up. 40 cent at $2.1760 a bushel while May soybeans gained 9.80 cents to $9.58 a bushel. April live cattle was. 38 cent lower at $1.2925 a pound; April feeder...

  • *Benign weather for U.S. wheat offset Europe concerns. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, April 21- Chicago wheat was little changed on Friday, hovering close to contract lows after coming under pressure a favorable weather outlook for major U.S. wheat belts. Chicago Board of Trade July wheat was up a quarter of a cent at $4.22 a bushel by 1058 GMT.

  • *Benign weather for U.S. wheat offset Europe concerns. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, April 21- Chicago wheat was little changed on Friday, hovering close to contract lows after coming under pressure a favourable weather outlook for major U.S. wheat belts. Chicago Board of Trade July wheat was up a quarter of a cent at $4.22 a bushel by 1058 GMT.

  • SINGAPORE, April 21- Chicago wheat futures were little changed on Friday after dropping to a four-month low earlier in the session, pressured by plentiful global supplies. Large export surpluses in key global suppliers are shackling Chicago wheat futures. *The U.S. Agriculture Department on Thursday said weekly export sales of soybeans fell to 225,000 tonnes,...

  • CHICAGO, April 20- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures dropped 3.1 percent to their lowest in nearly four months on Thursday, with investors beating back an overnight rally attempt amid plentiful global supplies. "The only thing positive has been short-covering by the funds and that kind of runs it course and runs out of gas,' said Bill Gentry, a broker at Risk...

  • CHICAGO, April 20- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures dropped 1.2 percent to their lowest in nearly four months on Thursday, with investors quickly beating back an overnight rally attempt amid a heavy global balance sheet. "The only thing positive has been short-covering by the funds and that kind of runs it course and runs out of gas,' said Bill Gentry, a broker at...

  • CHICAGO— Grain futures were lower Thursday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for May delivery was 6.80 cents lower at $4.1720 a bushel; May corn was off 2 cents at $3.6120 a bushel; May oats fell 2.60 cents at $2.16 a bushel while May soybeans lost 3.60 cents to $9.4860 a bushel. April live cattle was 2.87 cents higher at $1.30 a pound; April feeder...

  • Chicago Board of Trade wheat for May delivery was up 0.5 percent at $4.21-1/ 4 a bushel at 1034 GMT. They noted the wheat crop in Russia was forecast to fall by 9 percent from last year to 66 million tonnes while a decline in production was also anticipated in Ukraine, according to reports issued by U.S. Department of Agriculture agricultural attaches.

  • *Chicago Board of Trade wheat for May delivery was off 0.1 percent at $4.18-1/ 2 a bushel by 0101 GMT. *Commonwealth Bank of Australia analyst Tobin Gorey said U.S. wheat exports for the 2016 season look likely to be, at best, 1 million tonnes below the USDA's current forecasts "unless there are chunky late sales." *Chicago corn was steady at $3.62 per bushel and soybeans...

  • CHICAGO— Grain futures were mmostly higher Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for May delivery was 2.40 cents higher at $4.24 a bushel; May corn was off. 20 cent at $3.6320 a bushel; May oats was rose 1.40 cents at $2.1860 a bushel while May soybeans gained 9.20 cents to $9.5220 a bushel. April live cattle was. 58 cent higher at $1.2713 a pound;...

  • PARIS/ MANILA, April 19- U.S. corn futures traded little changed on Wednesday, hovering near a one-week low, as the market assessed the chances for drier spells in the U.S. Wheat ticked lower, with an expected boost to U.S. wheat crops from recent rain offsetting concerns about dry, chilly weather in Europe. The most active corn contract on the Chicago Board of Trade...

  • SINGAPORE, April 18- Chicago wheat futures rose on Tuesday after the market's drop to a 10- day low in the previous session triggered a bout of bargain-basement buying. *The soybean market is likely to be underpinned by strong demand from China in the months ahead. China, the world's largest soybean buyer, imported 6.33 million tonnes of the beans in March, a record...

  • CHICAGO— Grain futures were mixed Thursday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for May delivery was. 60 cent higher at $4.34 a bushel; May corn was up 3.20 cents at $3.7220 a bushel; May oats was up. 20 cent at $2.2460 a bushel while May soybeans gained 9.60 cents to $9.5740 a bushel. April live cattle was. 45 cent lower at $1.2375 a pound; April feeder...

  • The USDA, in a monthly report, pegged global soybean ending stocks at 87.41 million tonnes, up from 82.82 million in March. Global corn stocks swelled to 222.98 million tonnes from 220.68 million, and global wheat stocks increased to 252.26 million tonnes from 249.94 million, the USDA said. Futures prices for nearby soybean, corn and wheat futures fell to session...

  • *Markets mixed in positioning before USDA estimates. *USDA seen forecasting larger S.American corn, soy crops. "Markets are drifting today in mixed trade ahead of the USDA forecasts later in the day," said Matt Ammermann, commodity risk manager at INTL FCStone.

  • *Traders adjust positions ahead of monthly USDA reports. As of 12:58 p.m. CDT, the Chicago Board of Trade May corn contract was up 6-1/ 2 cents at $3.66 per bushel. May wheat was up 3-1/ 4 cents at $4.27-1/ 4 a bushel and May soybeans were down 1/ 4 cent at $9.41-3/ 4 a bushel.

  • SYDNEY, April 7- U.S. soybeans edged lower on Friday despite fears of delayed harvesting in Argentina, putting the oilseed on track to finish in negative territory for a fifth straight week, its longest losing streak in 30 months. *The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported export sales of old-crop wheat in the week to March 30 at 568,400 tonnes, above a range of...

  • Chicago Board of Trade May wheat settled down 6-1/ 2 cents at $4.23-1/ 4 per bushel. CBOT May corn fell 4 cents at $3.60-3/ 4 a bushel and May soybeans declined 2-3/ 4 cents at $9.41-1/ 2. It's the limiting factor, "said Joe Christopher, with the Crossroads Cooperative in Sidney, Nebraska.

  • CHICAGO, April 6- U.S. wheat futures fell on Thursday on technical selling, hitting their lowest level since last week on a lack of supportive news and plentiful global inventories, analysts said. As of 12:43 p.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade May wheat was down 7-3/ 4 cents at $4.22 per bushel. CBOT May corn was down 4-1/ 2 cents at $3.60-1/ 4 a bushel and May soybeans were...