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  • *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.

  • GRAINS-Wheat falls on technical selling, rainy forecasts Wednesday, 14 Oct 2015 | 1:58 PM ET

    *Corn sags as U.S. harvest progresses. CHICAGO, Oct 14- U.S. soft red wheat futures fell 2 percent on Wednesday on profit-taking coupled with forecasts for beneficial rains next week in parts of the southern Plains and the Black Sea region, analysts said. Corn fell in sympathy with wheat and amid U.S. harvest progress while soybeans were choppy, one day after surging...

  • Wheat gained more ground, adding to Tuesday's 2.4 percent rally on concerns over dryness in the Black Sea region. *Soybeans rallied 2.8 percent on Tuesday, rising above $9 a bushel to a two month high on fresh export demand from top buyer China. *The USDA confirmed sales of 240,000 tonnes of soybeans to China.

  • CHICAGO, Oct 13- U.S. soybean futures traded at the highest levels since August, topping $9 a bushel on fresh export demand from top buyer China and global weather worries, analysts said. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 11:51 a.m. CDT, the November soybean contract was up 21 cents at $9.08-1/ 2 per bushel after reaching $9.08-3/ 4. I suppose there will be more at $9.09, "...

  • GRAINS-Corn to two-week low as U.S. harvest ramps up Monday, 12 Oct 2015 | 5:24 PM ET

    *Soy ends firm on Friday's USDA data. *Wheat drifts on slack demand for U.S. supplies. At the Chicago Board of Trade, benchmark December corn settled down 2 cents at $3.80-3/ 4 per bushel, after falling to $3.80-1/ 4, its lowest since Sept. 24.

  • SINGAPORE, Oct 9- Australian wheat output in the year to June 2016 is expected to drop almost 4 percent short of latest government estimates as dryness linked to an El Nino weather pattern and above-normal temperatures hurt the crop in its crucial phase of development. The forecast output would be below the 25.28 million tonnes estimated by the Australian...

  • *Traders look ahead to USDA reports due on Friday. *Egypt buys Russian, Ukrainian wheat in tender. However, advancing U.S. harvests and sluggish export demand will limit gains until the USDA resolves uncertainty over acreage in the monthly reports, said Rich Feltes, head of market insights for U.S. broker RJ O'Brien.

  • CHICAGO, Oct 2- U.S. wheat futures rose on Friday, on track for their fourth straight weekly gain, on concerns about dry conditions in Russia limiting crop production, traders said. Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat for December delivery was up 3-1/ 2 cents at $5.21-3/ 4 a bushel at 9:56 a.m. CDT. "Russia is a big issue because of the dryness," said Ole Houe, an...

  • *Corn, soy under pressure from large U.S. harvests. LONDON, Oct 2- U.S. wheat futures fell back slightly on Friday but remained on course for a fourth consecutive weekly gain with dry weather in Russia still a major concern but overall supplies seen ample. "Russia is a big issue because of the dryness," said Ole Houe, an analyst at brokerage IKON Commodities in Sydney.

  • *Wheat up 11 pct in 4 consecutive weeks of gains. *Dryness in U.S., Russia support prices; soy firms. "Russia is a big issue because of the dryness," said Ole Houe, an analyst at brokerage IKON Commodities in Sydney.

  • The USDA reported on Wednesday that wheat production totaled 2.052 billion bushels, below the average trade estimate of 2.133 billion bushels. The USDA said that U.S. corn stocks as of Sept. 1 totaled 1.731 billion bushels, the biggest Sept. 1 figure in nine years. USDA also reported wheat stocks of 2.089 billion bushels as of Sept. 1, up from 1.907 billion bushels a...

  • *USDA may trim last year's U.S. soy production number. Analysts and investors have been nervous about the extent that the USDA may have overstated its estimates for 2014 domestic soybean production. Still, analysts expect the USDA to peg soybean stocks at a four-year high.

  • *USDA may trim last year's U.S. soy production number. "There is pressure on the wheat market from overall plentiful world supplies but it is bit quiet today as people are waiting for the USDA report," said Simon Clancy of IKON Commodities. The USDA is due to issue its quarterly grain and oilseed stocks report later in the day.

  • *Corn firms after decline, ample supplies cap gains. SINGAPORE, Sept 29- Chicago soybean futures slipped for a second session on Tuesday as a stronger-than-expected pace of the U.S. harvest and concerns about slowing demand in top importer China weighed on prices. Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans fell 0.2 percent to $8.75 a bushel by 0341 GMT, having...

  • SYDNEY, Sept 29- U.S. corn rose on Tuesday to recoup nearly half its losses from the previous session, after the U.S. government pegged harvesting behind market forecasts. *Chicago Board of Trade December corn climbed 0.26 percent to $3.87-3/ 4 a bushel after closing down 0.58 percent the session before, when prices had earlier hit a near two-week high.

  • *Wheat jumps again, hits highest since Aug. 25. HAMBURG/ SINGAPORE, Sept 28- U.S. wheat futures rose over 1 percent on Monday to their highest in over a month as poor weather triggered concerns over winter crop production in the United States, Australia and Black Sea region. "Wheat is again seeing support today from concern about unfavourable weather in the Black Sea...

  • *Wheat jumps for 2nd day, hits highest since Aug. 25. *Dryness in U.S., Ukraine, Russia sparks winter wheat concerns. "Croppers continue to look at very dry fields in large swathes of winter wheat regions in the U.S., Ukraine and Russia which, unchanged, will leave crops in a poor state ahead of winter dormancy," Tobin Gorey, director of agricultural strategy at Commonwealth...

  • SYDNEY, Sept 28- U.S. wheat rose more than 0.5 percent on Monday, extending two-day gains to nearly 3 percent, to hit the highest in more than a month on concerns over potential production shortfalls in the Black Sea region. *Chicago Board Of Trade December wheat rose 0.6 percent to $5.10-3/ 4 a bushel, near the session high of $5.11-1/ 4 a bushel- the highest since August...