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Agricultural Commodities Soybean Commodity Market Trades, Charts

  • Soybeans extended early declines after the USDA raised its forecast of global soybean stocks at the end of the 2016-17 marketing year to 87.41 million tonnes, from 82.82 million in March and well above an average of trade estimates for 83.91 million. The USDA pegged Brazil's crop at 111 million tonnes, up from 108 million last month. "They pumped up Brazil and...

  • *Corn consolidates ahead of USDA crop report. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, April 10- Chicago corn was little changed on Monday after falling to a one-week low in the previous session, with investors awaiting crop data for more indications about South American production and U.S. planting. "The USDA and Conab both release updated crop forecasts tomorrow," said Tobin Gorey,...

  • SINGAPORE, April 10- Chicago corn slid for a third consecutive session on Monday, dragged down by expectations of further increases in South American production. "The USDA and Conab both release updated crop forecasts tomorrow," said Tobin Gorey, director of agricultural strategy at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, referring to the U.S. Department of...

  • *Corn eases ahead of monthly USDA supply/demand report. Chicago Board of Trade May corn settled down 1-1/ 4 cents at $3.59-1/ 2 per bushel. "Trade is fully expecting to see larger crops for Argentina and Brazil; the only question is how much larger," MaxYield analyst Karl Setzer wrote in a note to clients.

  • SYDNEY, April 7- U.S. soybeans edged lower on Friday despite fears of delayed harvesting in Argentina, putting the oilseed on track to finish in negative territory for a fifth straight week, its longest losing streak in 30 months. *The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported export sales of old-crop wheat in the week to March 30 at 568,400 tonnes, above a range of...

  • *Soybeans little changed after gains on Argentina rains. *Expectations of record Brazil crop, U.S. area cap prices. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, April 6- Chicago soybean futures were little changed on Thursday as the market assessed South American crop prospects, after wet weather in Argentina fuelled a rebound in the last session.

  • *Rain forecasts in Argentina raise risk to soy harvest. CHICAGO, April 5- U.S. soybeans firmed on Wednesday, rebounding from multi-month lows hit a day earlier on fears of harvest delays in Argentina, along with China's return to the market after a holiday, analysts said. As of 12:38 p.m. CDT, Chicago Board of Trade May soybean futures were up 7 cents at $9.44-3/ 4 per...

  • *Rain forecasts in Argentina raise risk to harvest. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, April 5- Chicago soybeans rose on Wednesday to pull away from a six-month low hit in the previous session because large global supplies are already priced in, while rain forecasts in Argentina shifted attention towards harvest risks in the South American exporter. The Chicago Board of Trade...

  • *Rain forecasts in Argentina raise risk to harvest. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, April 5- Chicago soybeans rose on Wednesday to pull away from a six-month low hit in the previous session because large global supplies are already priced in, while rain forecasts in Argentina shifted attention towards harvest risks in the South American exporter. The Chicago Board of Trade...

  • CHICAGO, April 4- Chicago Board of Trade May soybean futures fell to their lowest level in a year on Tuesday, pressured by expectations for record-large U.S. plantings and a massive South American harvest, analysts said. Chicago Board of Trade corn futures fell about 1 percent on profit-taking a day after reaching a three-week top, while wheat futures were...

  • Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures fell sharply after the report was released and the May contract closed at $9.46 per bushel, after hitting its lowest level since Aug. 4. Corn futures dipped briefly before moving back into positive territory and closing up 6-3/ 4 cents at $3.64-1/ 4 per bushel, after reaching their highest level since March 20.

  • *Market awaits USDA planting, stocks data at 1600 GMT. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, March 31- Soybeans edged lower on Friday to touch a new five-month low as the market stayed focused on high global supply ahead of U.S. government data expected to show an increase in planting. The Chicago Board of Trade most-active soybean contract was down 0.2 percent at $9.61 a bushel by 1110...

  • *Market readying for USDA annual prospective plantings and quarterly grain stocks reports later in the day- data releases that typically result in increased volume and volatility. *USDA data released on Thursday showed weekly U.S. corn export sales of 716,000 tonnes for shipment during the current marketing season, below estimates for 900,000 to 1.2 million...

  • Prices for all three commodities eased less than 1 percent in relatively subdued trading before the USDA annual prospective plantings and quarterly grain stocks reports- data releases that typically result in increased volume and volatility. USDA data released earlier on Thursday showed weekly U.S. corn export sales of 716,000 tonnes for shipment during...

  • *CBOT corn, wheat ease in subdued trade ahead of USDA report. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, March 30- Chicago soybeans fell for a second session in row on Thursday, hitting a five-month low as expectations of an increase in U.S. plantings and a bumper South American crop weighed on the market. Friday's USDA planting and stocks reports could increase supply pressure by showing a...

  • SYDNEY, March 30- U.S. soybeans prices hit their lowest in more than five months on Thursday, dragged down by expectations that a widely watched U.S. government report later in the week would forecast an increase in North American planting. *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell 0.2 percent to $9.67-1/ 4 a bushel at 0134 GMT, after earlier...

  • CHICAGO, March 29- U.S. soybean futures closed lower on Wednesday, while corn and wheat prices edged higher as investors squared positions ahead of U.S. Department of Agriculture plantings and grain stocks data on Friday, traders and analysts said. USDA is expected to show increased U.S. soybean plantings and reduced seedings of corn as well as bigger...

  • CHICAGO, March 29- U.S. corn, soybean and wheat futures were narrowly lower on Wednesday as investors squared positions ahead of U.S. Department of Agriculture plantings and grain stocks data on Friday, traders and analysts said. USDA is expected to show increased U.S. soybean plantings and reduced seedings of corn as well as bigger year-on-year U.S. stockpiles...

  • A farmer drives a combine while harvesting soybeans on a farm in Fairfield County, Ohio.

    "You don't want to irritate one of your largest buyers," says one economist in Missouri, "and that's got everybody on edge right now."

  • Dry weather in Brazil is worrying soybean traders, sending prices up amid the backdrop of rising consumption in China as the middle class grows.

    China’s growing middle class are propping up sales of luxury goods, box-office receipts and soybeans.