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  • *Corn up as farmers hold harvested grain off the market. *Corn, soy pare gains after Informa raises crop estimates. Corn and soybeans were also higher, supported by firm U.S. cash markets.

  • GRAINS-Wheat extends two-day losses to nearly 3 pct Monday, 2 Nov 2015 | 9:15 PM ET

    *The USDA said it saw the condition of U.S. winter as 49 percent good to excellent, slightly below market expectations. *The USDA said corn harvesting was 85 percent complete, ahead of the five-year average. *Private exporters reported sales of 120,000 tonnes of U.S. soybeans to China for delivery in 2015/ 16, the USDA said Monday.

  • *Corn, soybeans down on spillover selling pressure. WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 2- Chicago wheat futures fell nearly 3 percent on Monday, the most in two months, as rain in dry U.S. areas encouraged the market to stay within its trading range after weather worries earlier drove prices to a three-week high. Corn and soybeans dipped on spillover selling pressure.

  • *Corn, soybeans down on spillover selling pressure. Corn and soybeans dipped on spillover selling pressure. Chicago Board of Trade December wheat was down 2.8 percent, or 14-1/ 2 cents a bushel, at $5.07-1/ 2 by 10:06 a.m. CST.

  • *Wheat firms on concern over dry U.S. weather. *Corn edges higher, buoyed by strong export sales. "People are really trying to position themselves going into that USDA report, which typically is not much of a market mover," said Dax Wedemeyer, a broker and grains analyst with US Commodities Inc. "The question everyone has is whether USDA is going to continue to increase...

  • CHICAGO, Oct 29- U.S. wheat futures rallied 1.5 percent on Thursday, supported by a round of short-covering and signs of improving export demand, traders said. Soybean futures sagged, weighed down by improving crop weather in Brazil. At 10:43 a.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat futures for December delivery were up 7-3/ 4 cents at $5.13-1/ 2 a bushel.

  • LONDON, Oct 29- Black Sea wheat exports are projected at an all time high this year, and there is good reason to have confidence in this forecast. Together, Russia and Ukraine account for 75 percent of wheat production and 85 percent of wheat exports in FSU-12. But since the mid 1990 s, Black Sea farmers have nearly quadrupled both their share of world wheat exports and...

  • SINGAPORE, Oct 28- Chicago wheat futures lost more ground on Wednesday, falling for a second day following forecasts of much-needed rains in the U.S. grain belt. Corn was little changed after slipping 1.3 percent in the last session as a lack of demand and near-record supplies from freshly harvested crops weighed on prices. *Commodity funds sold an estimated net...

  • *Wheat down after soaring nearly 4 pct previous day. SINGAPORE/ PARIS, Oct 27- Chicago wheat edged lower on Tuesday, taking a breather after a near 4 percent rally in the previous session on floods in parts of the U.S. wheat producing state of Texas and forecasts for continued dry weather in the Plains. Chicago Board of Trade December wheat dropped 0.3 percent to...

  • *Wheat rises on expectations of dry weather in U.S. Plains Corn firm on slow farmer sales in Midwest. Chicago Board of Trade December wheat had gained 1.2 percent to $4.96-1/ 2 a bushel by 1140 GMT after touching the $5 mark in earlier trade, while corn was unchanged at $3.79-3/ 4 a bushel.

  • A stronger dollar makes U.S. commodities less attractive in international markets, and corn and wheat already have lost export share to cheaper supplies shipped out of the Black Sea and South America. Another interest rate cut in top global soy buyer China also sparked fears among some commodities investors of reduced imports even as crushers there...

  • *Soybean exports continue to impress on China demand. Wheat futures were also slightly lower, retreating from gains seen early in the session at the Chicago Board of Trade. "We have exceptionally strong competition from Argentina, Brazil and Ukraine."

  • SINGAPORE, Oct 20- Weakening currencies in some of Asia's biggest wheat buyers have hit demand for the grain, with imports across the region likely to fall 5-8 percent in 2015 from a year ago, agricultural commodities trader Agrocrop International said on Tuesday. Flour mills across Asia are making hand-to-month purchases, with some of them reducing imports,...

  • ABU DHABI, Oct 19- Syria's General Establishment for Cereal Processing and Trade has extended the deadline for receiving offers for it to buy 200,000 tonnes of wheat by a week, a government source said on Monday. "The bidding deadline was extended due to the four-day public holiday that took place in Syria and we wanted to give exporters more of a chance to give in...

  • ABU DHABI, Oct 19- Syria's General Establishment for Cereal Processing and Trade has extended the deadline for receiving offers for it to buy 200,000 tonnes of wheat by a week, a government source said on Monday. The deadline has been extended to Oct. 26 to give exporters more chance to submit all necessary documents for the tender, the source said.

  • *Consultancy Strategie Grains raised its estimate of this year's soft wheat harvest in the European Union by 2 million tonnes to a record 149.5 million tonnes due to better than expected crops in the Baltic States, France, Britain and Germany. *The USDA on Friday reported weekly U.S. soybean export sales at nearly 1.5 million tonnes, near the high end of trade...

  • *Corn rallies after notching a one-month low. CHICAGO, Oct 16- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures fell roughly 2 percent on Friday, dropping below $5 a bushel amid plentiful global supplies and forecasts for timely rains in the U.S. Corn firmed after hitting a one-month low ahead of a busy U.S. harvest weekend.

  • *Corn rallies after notching a one-month low. *Soybeans sag on profit-taking; supported eyed at $9. CHICAGO, Oct 16- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures fell nearly 2 percent on Friday, dropping below $5 a bushel amid plentiful global supplies that have curbed demand for U.S. grain, analysts said.

  • *Corn, soybeans pressured by ongoing U.S. harvest. *Wheat falls as Egypt buys Russian, Romanian supplies. At the Chicago Board of Trade, December corn settled down 3-1/ 2 cents at $3.75-1/ 2 per bushel after dipping to $3.75, its lowest since Sept. 21.

  • Soybeans edged higher in early Asian trade on concerns over dryness in Brazil, while corn slid for a second session. *Soybean prices are underpinned by concerns over dryness in Brazil and strong demand from China. *Private exporters reported sales of 235,000 tonnes of U.S. soybeans for delivery to China during the 2015/ 16 marketing year that began on Sept. 1.