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  • *Wheat holds at $5 as corn, dollar offset global supply. Soybeans also remained under pressure from concerns about the economy in China that have pushed commodity markets to multi-year lows. Chicago wheat also ticked upwards, drawing support from corn, a weaker dollar and chart support around the $5 level.

  • *Wheat up nearly 2 pct after Wednesday's 3 pct slide. *USDA surprised market with higher soy, corn crop forecasts. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 12:55 p.m. CDT, September wheat was up 8 cents at $5.00-1/ 4 per bushel.

  • *Wheat also down after USDA raises US, world stocks view. Analysts surveyed by Reuters had expected the USDA to lower its yield and production forecasts for both crops following excessive rains in spring and early summer. The USDA projected the soybean yield at 46.9 bpa, up from 46.0 previously.

  • *Corn, wheat down ahead of USDA supply-demand report. SINGAPORE, Aug 12- Chicago soybean futures lost more ground on Wednesday, pressured by stable U.S. crop conditions and a broad weakness in commodity markets after China devalued its currency. Soybean and corn prices were hit on Tuesday after the USDA reported stable conditions for both crops despite adverse...

  • *Corn, wheat off six-week lows, soy off one-week low. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Aug 4- Chicago corn and wheat futures rose on Tuesday, recovering from six-week lows while soybeans came off a one-week low as a pause in a broader commodity sell-off and a lower dollar offset pressure from comfortable global supply. Chicago Board Of Trade August soybeans were up 0.6 percent at...

  • *Chicago Board Of Trade September wheat rose 0.6 percent to $5.01-3/ 4 a bushel, after hitting a six-week low of $4.90-1/ 2 a bushel in the previous session. *December corn rose 0.4 percent to $3.78-3/ 4, having slumped 1.3 percent in the previous session when prices hit a low of $3.75-1/ 2 a bushel- the lowest since June 23. *Russia could harvest 101.5 million tonnes of...

  • GRAINS-Soybean, corn futures fall; wheat mixed Friday, 31 Jul 2015 | 3:18 PM ET

    CHICAGO, July 31- Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures fell on Friday, pressured by profit-taking and the cancellation of an export deal with China, traders said. "The weather so far is non-threatening," said Don Roose, president of brokerage U.S. Commodities in West Des Moines, Iowa. Chicago Board of Trade August soybeans settled down 9-1/ 2 cents at $9.80-3/ 4 a...

  • CHICAGO, July 31- Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures fell on Friday, pressured by profit taking and the cancellation of an export deal with China, traders said. "The weather so far is non threatening," said Don Roose, president of brokerage U.S. Commodities in West Des Moines, Iowa. Chicago Board of Trade August soybeans were down 6 cents at $9.84-1/ 4 a bushel at...

  • *Corn, wheat up after previous session losses. SINGAPORE/ PARIS, July 30- Chicago soybeans gained more ground on Thursday, and have now risen 3.3 percent over three consecutive sessions, on concerns over a smaller planted area and ahead of the crop's key phase of development. Chicago Board of Trade August soybeans rose 1.0 percent to $9.93 a bushel by 1000 GMT, while...

  • *Wheat, soybeans up after deep losses. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, July 28- Chicago corn futures slid for a third consecutive session on Tuesday to a one-month low with pressure from ideal weather across the U.S. Wheat rose following a drop to one-month lows on Monday while soybeans firmed after shedding nearly 6 percent over the last three sessions.

  • *Corn down 6.6 pct for week, most since July 2014. That is a significant headwind for the grains, "said Rich Feltes, director of research for R.J. O'Brien in Chicago. At the Chicago Board of Trade, September corn settled down 10-3/ 4 cents at $3.92-1/ 2 per bushel, dropping below its 200- day moving average.

  • *Soybeans under pressure from fund selling, weak demand. Soybeans slid for a second session, while wheat struggled near one-month lows on lack of demand for expensive U.S. grains. "Everybody was trying to speculate that there might be issues around the corn crop but things are improving," said Ole Houe, analyst at Sydney- based brokerage IKON Commodities.

  • ABU DHABI, July 23- Conflict-torn Syria's wheat production has been estimated at 2.445 million tonnes in 2015 by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Program, leaving a deficit of 800,000 tonnes. Government and agricultural officials had told Reuters in May they forecast Syria's wheat production at around 3 million tonnes in 2015 due...

  • CHICAGO, July 22- U.S. corn futures fell on Wednesday, pressured by good weather for crop development across the U.S. "There is generally a favorable weather forecast and stable crop conditions holding yield potential a little higher than the market thought a few weeks ago, said Greg Grow, director of agribusiness at Archer Financial Services.

  • CHICAGO, July 22- U.S. corn futures were mostly lower on Wednesday, pressured by good weather for crop development across the U.S. Corn around the Midwest was passing through its yield-determining pollination phase in near ideal conditions in many areas, with mild temperatures putting little stress on the crop. Chicago Board of Trade corn for September...

  • GRAINS-Wheat falls for 9th session to one-month low Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 9:48 PM ET

    *Chicago Board Of Trade September wheat fell 0.4 percent to $5.22-3/ 4 a bushel, near the session low of $5.22 a bushel- the lowest since June 25. Wheat closed down 1.5 percent on Tuesday. *Egypt's General Authority for Supply Commodities on Tuesday said it bought 350,000 tonnes of wheat from Russia.

  • CHICAGO, July 21- Chicago Board of Trade corn and soybean futures rose on Tuesday, supported by a round of bargain buying after prices for both commodities fell to their lowest levels since late June, traders said. CBOT August soybeans were up 8 cents at $10.15-3/ 4 a bushel at 10:53 a.m. CDT. "The grains are favoring the high side this morning, with some in the trade...

  • LONDON/ HAMBURG, July 21- Importers in Iran snapped up more than 200,000 tonnes of corn and soybeans from South America in recent weeks, the first large grains purchases in months to bolster stocks, traders said on Tuesday. Tehran signed a nuclear deal with world powers last week but traders said Iran is unlikely to make large purchases of wheat in coming months...

  • GRAINS-Weaker dollar helps U.S. grains recover losses Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 8:18 AM ET

    *Corn up after hitting 3- week low on improving U.S. weather. Chicago Board of Trade September wheat was unchanged at $5.32-3/ 4 a bushel by 1157 GMT, after falling to $5.30, its lowest since June 25. Corn rose 0.2 percent to $4.05-3/ 4 a bushel after hitting its weakest since June 30, while soybeans added 0.55 percent to $10.13-1/ 4 a bushel.

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