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  • CHICAGO, May 3- Chicago Board of Trade corn, soybean and wheat futures fell on Tuesday, pressured by a round of profit taking and technical sales, traders said. "The funds giveth and the funds taketh away," said Bill Gentry, a broker at Risk Management Commodities in Lafayette, Indiana. At 10:53 a.m. CDT, CBOT July corn futures were down 11-1/ 2 cents at $3.80-1/ 4 a bushel...

  • CHICAGO, May 2- Chicago Board of Trade corn and soybean futures weakened on Monday on forecasts for dry weather across the U.S. "The balance of the week is favourably dry for the Midwest/South and will allow for substantial planting progress, particularly given the slightly lesser weekend rain totals compared to expectations," Commodity Weather Group said in a...

  • CHICAGO, April 27- U.S. corn and wheat futures fell on Wednesday, setting back from two days of gains on profit taking as speculators locked in gains on recent short-covering rallies, traders said. "The funds have gotten heavy long up here," said Mark Gold, managing partner with Top Third Ag Marketing in Chicago. Chicago Board of Trade soybeans for May delivery ended up...

  • CHICAGO, April 27- U.S. corn, soybean and wheat futures eased on Wednesday, setting back from two days of gains on profit taking as speculators locked in some of the gains they have made on recent short-covering rallies, traders said. "The funds have gotten heavy long up here," said Mark Gold, managing partner with Top Third Ag Marketing in Chicago.

  • *Chicago Board of Trade wheat for July delivery was up 0.4 percent at $4.75-3/ 4 a bushel by 0104 GMT after tumbling nearly 6 percent on Friday, its steepest drop since March 2013. *Egypt's Supply Ministry said on Sunday it had purchased 57,000 tonnes of local wheat from farmers since the start of the season on April 15. *But both Argentina and Brazil were expected to...

  • CHICAGO, April 22- U.S. wheat, soybeans and corn fell sharply on Friday as investors locked in profits after huge gains earlier this week, and extended weather outlooks were seen as beneficial for crops. CBOT July wheat eased 12-1/ 4 cents to $4.91-1/ 4 per bushel and CBOT July corn was off 5-1/ 2 cents to $3.84-1/ 4. Light weekend showers were predicted in Argentina...

  • CHICAGO, April 20- U.S. soybeans shrugged off early losses to surge 1 percent on Wednesday, hitting new eight-month highs and extending the gains of a dramatic April rally linked to investment fund buying and rain-related delays in Argentina's harvest. "They tried to break it early and they couldn't, and then we got follow-through buying," said Lee Gaus, a partner at...

  • CBOT May wheat jumped 13-1/ 2 cents to $4.86-1/ 4 per bushel, its highest since Feb. 4. Soybeans for May delivery surged about 3 percent, or 31-1/ 4 cents, to $9.85-1/ 2 per bushel, the highest since Aug. 10. Rains this month in Argentina slowed the soybean harvest and delayed export shipments, prompting some traders to extend long soybean bets.

  • CBOT May wheat jumped 11-1/ 4 cents to $4.84 per bushel, its highest since Feb. 2. Soybeans for May delivery gained 2.1 percent, or 20-1/ 4 cents, to $9.74-1/ 2 per bushel, highest since Aug. 11. CBOT May corn rose 2 cents at $3.83 per bushel as of 12:05 p.m. CDT, below their five-month high of $3.86 reached earlier in the session.

  • CHICAGO, April 18- Wheat futures on the Chicago Board of Trade surged more than 3 percent on Monday, heading for their biggest daily gains since October as investors liquidated a portion of the record-large short stake, traders said. Wheat prices led the way higher, with CBOT May wheat up 16 cents to $4.75-3/ 4 per bushel as of 12:15 p.m. CDT, a roughly two-week high.

  • *Soy to 8- month high on China demand, Argentina rains. Soybean futures also charged higher, buoyed by chart-based buying and data showing strong demand from China, while wheat followed the firm trend. At the Chicago Board of Trade, May corn settled up 10-3/ 4 cents at $3.73-1/ 2 per bushel after reaching $3.74-3/ 4, the highest spot price since December.

  • *Soy to 8- month high on China demand, Argentina rains. Wheat and soybeans also charged higher, with soy buoyed by chart-based buying and data showing strong demand from China. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 12:30 p.m. CDT, May corn was up 9-1/ 4 cents at $3.72 per bushel after reaching $3.74-3/ 4, the highest for a most-active contract since Dec. 21.

  • *USDA trims domestic soybean inventories. "It's a report with no new bullish news and it's a market that's mature here at the top," said Don Roose, president of Iowa- based broker U.S. Commodities. Most-active May corn gained 6 cents to $3.62-3/ 4 a bushel, and May wheat rose 5-1/ 4 cents to $4.52-1/ 2 a bushel at the CBOT.

  • The most-active wheat contract on the Chicago Board Of Trade lost as much as 1.5 percent to $4.53-1/ 2 a bushel, its lowest since March 3. It was trading at $4.54-1/ 2 by 0229 GMT. Soybeans rose 0.4 percent to $9.20-3/ 4 a bushel, highest since April 4, while corn fell 0.6 percent to $3.60-1/ 4 a bushel.

  • SYDNEY, April 8- U.S. wheat steadied on Friday after sharp falls over the previous two sessions, but prices were still set for their biggest weekly slide in more than four months on bleak export demand and better-than-expected winter crop condition. *The USDA's export sales report showed net cancellations of old-crop U.S. wheat totaling 58,100 tonnes in the week...

  • SINGAPORE/ PARIS, April 7- Chicago wheat edged lower on Thursday, heading for a fourth session of declines on improving condition of the U.S. winter crop, while corn gained more ground to reach a one-week top. The most-active wheat contract on the Chicago Board of Trade dropped 0.2 percent to $4.62 a bushel by 1111 GMT, after closing down 2.3 percent on Wednesday when...

  • *Corn, soybeans drift lower ahead of USDA report. CHICAGO, March 30- U.S. wheat futures tumbled more than 2 percent on Wednesday, erasing two sessions of gains, as forecasts for rain in some dry areas of the southern Plains eased concerns about reduced yields. Chicago Board of Trade May soft red winter wheat was down 12-1/ 2 cents, or 2.6 percent, at $4.64-1/ 4 a bushel by...

  • CHICAGO, March 23- U.S. grain and oilseed prices fell on Wednesday, with soybeans retreating from five-month highs as investors took profits and as a rising dollar made the commodities more expensive in global markets. "Soybeans are seeing a pullback today... with some market participants assessing that soybean prices are too high in view of the fundamental...

  • *Wheat is a strategic commodity in Egypt. CAIRO, March 23- Egypt's supply minister said the world's top wheat buyer is close to eradicating graft in its strategic sector, defending the country's management of the system against criticisms that it is vulnerable to corruption. Wheat has become a key issue in recent months because the stability of Egypt's supply...

  • CHICAGO, March 22- U.S. grain prices were mostly higher on Tuesday, with soybeans rising to their highest since October, on technical buying and worries that cold temperatures could damage crops in the southwestern portion of the Great Plains wheat belt. "The gains are nice to see but they could be limited for the time being," Zaner Group analyst Ted Seifried said.