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Agricultural Commodities Soy Meal Commodity Trades, Charts

  • CHICAGO, Oct 20- U.S. corn and soybean futures fell to their lowest levels in a week on Friday, pressured by active harvest progress in the heart of the Midwest crop belt, analysts said. As of 12:23 p.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade December corn was down 4 cents at $3.45 per bushel, its weakest since the Oct. 12 contract low of $3.42-1/ 2. CBOT November soybeans were down 5...

  • *Soybeans supported by export demand, Brazil risks. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Oct 20- Chicago soybeans inched higher on Friday as signs of healthy export demand and lingering concern about Brazil's planting season kept a floor under the market. The most-active soybean contracton the Chicago Board of Trade was up 0.3 percent at $9.89-1/ 4 a bushel by 1119 GMT.

  • Chicago Board of Trade November soybean futures settled up 2-1/ 4 cents at $9.86-1/ 2 per bushel. CBOT December wheat ended up 2-3/ 4 cents at $4.32-3/ 4 a bushel and December corn finished up 1/ 2 cent at $3.49 a bushel. Soybeans drew support after the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed through its daily reporting system that private exporters sold 384,000...

  • *Market awaits USDA export sales, Egypt wheat tender. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Oct 19- Chicago wheat ticked higher on Thursday, steadying after a three-day decline, with traders awaiting export news for a fresh indication of competition in a well-supplied market. The Chicago Board of Trade's most-active wheat contract gained 0.3 percent to $4.31-1/ 4 a bushel by 1221 GMT,...

  • CHICAGO, Oct 18- U.S. wheat futures fell for a third straight day on Wednesday, pressured by plentiful global supplies and strong competition for export business, especially from Russia, traders said. Chicago Board of Trade December wheat settled down 4-3/ 4 cents at $4.30 per bushel after dipping to $4.29, its lowest in nearly a week. CBOT December corn ended down...

  • CHICAGO, Oct 18- U.S. wheat futures fell for a third straight day on Wednesday, pressured by plentiful global supplies and strong competition for export business, especially from Russia, traders said. As of 12:54 p.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade December wheat was down 4-3/ 4 cents at $4.30 per bushel after dipping to $4.29, its lowest in nearly a week.

  • *Soybeans up after USDA cuts U.S. crop yield estimate. Soybeans climbed as the trade digested Thursday's monthly USDA report, in which the government lowered its U.S. soybean yield estimate to 49.5 bushels per acre, from 49.9 in September, bucking analyst expectations for an increase. The USDA also cut its forecast of the amount of soybeans left at the end of the...

  • *Soybeans up after USDA cuts U.S. crop yield estimate. Soybeans climbed as the trade digested Thursday's monthly USDA report, in which the government lowered its U.S. soybean yield estimate to 49.5 bushels per acre, down from 49.9 in September, bucking analyst expectations for an increase. The USDA also cut its forecast of the amount of soybeans left at the end of...

  • *USDA bucks trade expectations for a higher soy yield. *Wheat sags after USDA raises U.S., global stocks view. Soybean futures surged after the USDA cut its U.S. soy yield estimate to 49.5 bushels per acre, down from 49.9 in September and below all but one estimate in a Reuters poll.

  • SINGAPORE, Oct 12- U.S. wheat edged up on Thursday, rising for the first time in four sessions as investors looked for bargains, although ample world supplies and stiff competition from Black Sea producers limited gains. *Still, the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed that private exporters sold 104,202 tonnes of U.S. hard red winter wheat and 150,000 tonnes...

  • Chicago Board of Trade December corn settled down 3-1/ 4 cents at $3.46 per bushel, December wheat ended down 2 cents at $4.33-1/ 4 a bushel, and November soybeans fell 3/ 4 cent at $9.65-1/ 4 a bushel. The market was anchored by plentiful supplies and ideas that the USDA will raise its estimate of the U.S. corn harvest in its supply/demand reports on Thursday.

  • As of 12:40 p.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade December corn was down 2-1/ 4 cents at $3.47 per bushel, December wheat was down 1 cent at $4.34-1/ 4 a bushel and November soybeans were down 1/ 2 cent at $9.65-1/ 2 a bushel. Corn dipped to $3.46 and hovered near its contract low of $3.44-1/ 4, set Aug. 31, anchored by plentiful supplies and expectations that the USDA will raise its...

  • CHICAGO, Oct 10- U.S. corn and soybean futures closed fractionally lower Tuesday on technical selling, bucking strength in other commodity markets, including crude oil. Wheat futures on the Chicago Board of Trade also fell, with the spot December contract hitting a four-week low as traders positioned for monthly U.S. government reports due Thursday.

  • *Market eyes USDA's monthly supply-demand report on Thursday. The Chicago Board of Trade most-active wheat contract was steady at $4.36 a bushel by 0323 GMT, after hitting its lowest since Sept. 12 at $4.35-1/ 2 a bushel on Monday. Wheat prices in Russia, which has been dominating the global export market with a record crop, rose last week amid strong demand from...

  • SINGAPORE, Oct 10- Chicago wheat was little changed on Tuesday, a day after suffering its biggest one-day loss in more than a month, as a lack of demand for U.S. shipments in amply supplied world market kept a lid on prices. *Wheat prices in Russia, which has been dominating the global export market with a record crop, rose last week amid strong demand from buyers...

  • *Trade awaits Thursday's monthly USDA supply/demand reports. CHICAGO, Oct 9- Chicago wheat futures fell to a near four-week low on Monday on plentiful global inventories and weak demand for U.S. supplies, analysts said. Chicago Board of Trade December wheat settled down 7-1/ 2 cents at $4.36 per bushel after hitting $4.35-1/ 2, the contract's lowest since Sept. 12.

  • CHICAGO, Oct 9- Chicago wheat futures fell to a near three-week low on Monday on plentiful global inventories and weak demand for U.S. supplies, analysts said. Soybeans turned down after touching a two-week high and corn drifted lower on a day when U.S. government offices, including the Department of Agriculture, were closed for the Columbus Day holiday.

  • Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans settled up 4 cents at $9.72-1/ 4 per bushel after reaching $9.73-3/ 4, its highest since Sept. 29. CBOT December wheat ended up 2-3/ 4 cents at $4.43-1/ 2 a bushel and December corn rose 1/ 2 cent at $3.50 a bushel, after trading in a slim 2-1/ 2 cent range. "You are probably not going to have big harvest yields over the weekend, if the...

  • *Weather also in focus for South America planting. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Oct 6- Chicago corn, wheat and soybean futures were little changed on Friday as investors assessed shifting U.S. and South American weather. The Chicago Board of Trade most-active corn contract was down 0.1 percent at $3.49-3/ 4 a bushel ahead of the resumption of trading for the U.S. day session.

  • *Dryness in Brazil among risks to S. America planting. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Oct 5- Chicago soybean futures rose for a second session on Thursday as rains were expected to slow the U.S. harvest while dry conditions in Brazil also kept attention on weather risks to soybean planting in South America. The Chicago Board of Trade's most-active soybean contract was up 0.4...