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  • *Dry weather may hurt wheat yields in Russia, Ukraine. SINGAPORE, Sept 24- U.S. wheat futures climbed to a one-month high on Thursday, rising for four out of five sessions, underpinned by adverse weather in Australia and the Black Sea region. Dry weather is threatening the 2016 grain harvests in Ukraine and Russia, both major Black Sea wheat exporters which are...

  • SYDNEY, Sept 24- U.S. wheat futures edged lower on Thursday, coming off a one-month high touched in the previous session, though losses were checked by concerns of unfavorable weather in several major exporting nations. *Chicago Board Of Trade December wheat slipped 0.15 percent to $5.06-3/ 4 a bushel, after having closed up 2 percent on Wednesday when prices hit...

  • *Wheat up on short-covering; Egypt tender results awaited. Wheat futures firmed on short-covering despite hefty global supplies while corn drifted lower. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 12:42 p.m. CDT, November soybeans were down 14-1/ 2 cents at $8.70 per bushel after hitting $8.68, a one-week low.

  • Wheat and soybean futures fell amid a lack of fresh supportive news. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 1:04 p.m. CDT, December corn was down 4 cents at $3.82 per bushel. CBOT December wheat was down 4 cents at $4.84-1/ 4 a bushel and November soybeans were down 3-1/ 4 cents at $8.84 a bushel.

  • Soybeans were narrowly lower at the Chicago Board of Trade. The USDA data contributes to the agency's monthly supply and demand forecasts, the next of which will be released on Oct. 9. "It's risky to draw conclusions and it's a really small adjustment from the August data," Arlan Suderman, analyst at brokerage Water Street Solutions, said of the USDA data.

  • *Next week's USDA report in view. WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept 4- Chicago wheat edged higher after touching a five-year low on Friday, and corn also inched up as investors covered short positions in both grains after recent declines. The modest bounce for grains was due after recent lows, as traders tried to avoid selling too aggressively before next Friday's monthly...

  • *Next week's USDA report in view. WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept 4- Chicago wheat edged higher after touching a five-year low on Friday, and corn steadied as investors covered short positions in both grains after recent declines. The modest bounce for grains was due after recent lows, as traders tried to avoid selling too aggressively before next Friday's monthly U.S....

  • SYDNEY, Sept 4- U.S. wheat fell for a third consecutive session on Friday to hit a contract low, with ample U.S. stocks remaining uncompetitively priced. Wheat is on track to record its biggest weekly fall in six weeks. *Egypt's government buyer announced that it bought 170,000 tonnes of Russian wheat in its latest tender, extending this season's string of purchases...

  • *Chicago Dec wheat hits fresh contract low on weak demand Corn falls for 3rd day as U.S. harvest pressure mounts. SINGAPORE, Sept 3- Chicago wheat hit a contract low on Thursday, falling for a sixth session out of eight, as ample global supplies dented demand for uncompetitively priced U.S. grain. Corn fell for a third session with a near-record U.S. harvest likely to...

  • CHICAGO, Sept 2- U.S. wheat futures sank on Wednesday, weighed down by signs of abundant supplies and dim prospects for U.S. exports, traders said. The front-month K.C. hard red winter wheat contract shed 2.5 percent and hit its lowest in more than eight years, while the most actively traded Chicago Board of Trade December soft red winter wheat contract touched...

  • *Soybeans drop 1.6 percent, corn falls 1.3 percent. CHICAGO, Sept 1- Chicago Board of Trade corn and soybean futures dropped on Tuesday on concerns that commodity purchases from China will slow as the country's economy softens, traders said. Wheat futures firmed despite worries about the viability of U.S. exports as investment funds covered short positions...

  • *Corn also eases, wheat steadies after 3- month low. Corn gave up 0.7 percent to $3.72-1/ 2 a bushel and wheat added 0.4 percent at $4.86-3/ 4 a bushel. Share prices in Asia and Europe fell while commodity markets also slid as concerns about China were reignited by surveys showing its manufacturing sector shrinking at the fastest pace in three years and its services...

  • *The USDA pegged 63 percent of the soybean crop at good to excellent, unchanged from last week. *Spring wheat harvest pegged at 87 percent complete by the USDA. *USDA also said that private exporters reported a sale of 125,000 tonnes of soybeans to unknown destinations for delivery in the 2015/ 16 crop year, the fourth flash sale since Aug. 24.

  • GRAINS-U.S. corn, soybeans, wheat post monthly loss Monday, 31 Aug 2015 | 4:02 PM ET

    CHICAGO, Aug 31- Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures edged higher on Monday on a round of end-of-month short covering while wheat was mixed and corn settled close to unchanged, traders said. CBOT soft red winter wheat for December delivery ended up 1-1/ 4 cents at $4.85 a bushel on Monday, snapping a streak of four straight losses on some bargain buying after the...

  • *Soybeans pressured by concerns about Chinese economy. CHICAGO, Aug 31- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures fell for the fifth straight day on Monday, hitting their lowest in nearly four months on low demand for U.S. supplies on the export market, traders said. "Grain futures are steady to lower this morning, with another downturn in Chinese stock prices weighing on...

  • Wheat and corn were also set to drop for a second month as rising global supplies drag down grain prices. Wheat has given up more than 20 percent of its value since the beginning of July, while corn has lost 11 percent during the period and soybeans have fallen 15 percent in two months. Chicago Board of Trade actively traded November soybeans slid 0.6 percent to...

  • SYDNEY, Aug 31- U.S. soybeans fell on Monday, with the oilseed poised to record a monthly loss of more than 6.5 percent after coming under pressure from a potential slowdown in Chinese demand and ample global supplies. *Soybeans draw some support on concerns over dry weather in Midwest. *Egypt's state grain buyer booked 55,000 tonnes of Ukrainian wheat in an...

  • *Soybeans firm on dry U.S. weather outlook. *Corn clings to modest gains in choppy trade. Soybeans rose on worries about dry weather in parts of the Midwest and spillover support from a strong rally in crude oil.

  • *Corn firm on U.S. export data, broad commodities strength. *Wheat lower on dollar strength, fresh Black Sea sales. CHICAGO, Aug 27- Benchmark U.S. soybean futures rose 1.5 percent on Thursday as equity markets stabilized in China, the world's top soy buyer, and on outlooks for dry weather as the U.S.

  • *Wheat lower on dollar strength, fresh Black Sea sales. CHICAGO, Aug 27- U.S. soybean futures rose 1.5 percent on Thursday as equity markets stabilized in China, the world's top soy buyer, and on concerns about dry weather as the U.S. At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 1:10 p.m. CDT, the benchmark November soybean contract was up 13 cents at $8.78 a bushel.