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  • 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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  • *Corn up after deep losses, dry weather caps gains. Corn edged higher, recouping some of last session's deep losses, but gains were capped by forecasts of crop-friendly drier weather in the U.S. Corn rose 0.2 percent to $4.29-1/ 4 a bushel, having ended the previous session down 2.8 percent, while soybeans fell 0.2 percent to $10.31-1/ 4 a bushel.

  • *Market expects USDA to cut estimates on corn, soy production. SINGAPORE, July 10- Chicago corn futures edged down on Friday as the market took a breather after climbing to a six-month high in the previous session on expectations that a U.S. government report will reduce production forecast. Wheat lost ground, falling for three out of four sessions as expensive U.S....

  • SYDNEY, July 10- U.S. soybeans inched down on Friday, poised for their first weekly loss in a month, as traders sold off holdings ahead of a U.S. government report which is expected to forecast lower production and stocks. *Egypt, the world's top wheat importer, made purchases from Russia and Ukraine on Wednesday, bypassing U.S. offerings that were priced about $50 a...

  • CHICAGO, July 9- Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures surged 2.9 percent on Thursday on concerns that more rain in the U.S. The USDA also was expected to tighten its estimate of domestic corn and soybean stocks. "Concerns about lost acres due to heavy rains and tighter old crop carryout have the trade starting to lean bullish for Friday's USDA report," Bryce Knorr,...

  • CHICAGO, July 9- Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures surged 2.9 percent on Thursday on concerns that more rain in the U.S. USDA also was expected to tighten its estimate of domestic corn and soybean stocks. "Concerns about lost acres due to heavy rains and tighter old crop carryout have the trade starting to lean bullish for Friday's USDA report," Bryce Knorr,...

  • SINGAPORE, July 9- Chicago soybean futures rose for a second session on Thursday, underpinned by fresh concerns that rain could curb U.S. production. Wheat edged higher after dropping for the last two sessions, but the market remains under pressure as pricey U.S. supplies struggle to win demand. Egypt, the world's top wheat importer, made purchases from Russia and...

  • *Informa cuts U.S. soybean harvest estimate due to rains. "The market is still respectful that we have some wet areas and some very wet areas in south," said Don Roose, president of brokerage U.S. Commodities in Iowa. Chicago Board Of Trade August soybeans were up 0.3 percent at $9.95 at 12:55 p.m. CDT.

  • *Wheat loses as much as 3 pct, corn/soy around 2 pct. *Firm dollar, worries over Greece, China sap commodities. PARIS/ SYDNEY, July 6- U.S. grain and soybean futures fell sharply on Monday as lighter rainfall than expected eased fears about Midwest crops while worries over Greece and China led investors to shun many commodity markets.

  • *Corn turns firm late; supported by USDA stocks, acreage figures. *Wheat pressured by poor exports, harvest. "Wheat got smoked early and often as harvest pressure started the break," Charlie Sernatinger, global head of grain futures at ED&F Man Capital said in a note to clients.

  • "Both row crop markets have seemingly gone from incredibly comfortable, okay demand situations to potentially tight supply, too much demand situations over the last thirty days," Tregg Cronin, market analyst at Halo Commodity Company said in a research note. Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat for September delivery was down 25-1/ 4 cents at $5.90-1/ 2 a...

  • *Wheat set for biggest monthly rise in 5 years. *Market worries over U.S. rain, dry Canada/ Europe. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, June 30- Chicago wheat held near a six-month high on Tuesday as the market continued to worry over a rain-hampered U.S. harvest and harsh weather in other wheat exporting countries.

  • *New-crop corn hits $4 a bushel, soybeans $10. Corn and soybeans also rose but pared gains as farmers took advantage of the rally and sold supplies of both commodities. Corn rose 9 percent, the most since July 2012, during a historic U.S. drought.

  • *New-crop corn hits $4 a bushel, soybeans $10. Corn and soybean futures advanced but pared gains as farmers took advantage of the rally and sold supplies of both commodities. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 11:40 a.m. CDT, July wheat was up 31 cents at $5.63 per bushel after reaching $5.66, the highest spot price since Jan. 13.

  • GRAINS-Soybeans hit 5-week high on U.S. crop concerns Tuesday, 16 Jun 2015 | 11:26 PM ET

    *Wheat end five-day losing streak. SINGAPORE, June 17- Chicago soybean futures jumped to a five-week peak on Wednesday, adding to sharp gains in the previous session, amid worries over U.S. crop conditions and a slower pace of planting. Front-month soybeans on the Chicago Board of Trade were up 0.8 percent at $9.65 a bushel by 0302 GMT, after hitting a session high of...

  • *Wheat, corn rebound after sharp losses overnight. Wheat and corn also advanced after slumping on Monday. Soybeans for July delivery on the Chicago Board of Trade were up 0.2 percent at $9.39-3/ 4 per bushel by 1126 GMT, edging up from Monday's two-week low of $9.30-1/ 4.

  • *Wheat, corn rebound after sharp losses overnight. Wheat and corn also advanced after sharp losses on Monday. Soybeans for July delivery on the Chicago Board of Trade were up 0.4 percent at $9.41-3/ 4 per bushel by 0205 GMT, edging up from Monday's two-week low of $9.30-1/ 4.