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CHICAGO: US corn fell 1 percent posting its biggest drop in five trading days and soy slipped a half percent on Monday as traders liquidated or sold some long holdings of each commodity before a US government grain report on Tuesday. "It's choppy before tomorrow's supply and demand numbers. Everyone is expecting the government to cut the stocks but there always could be a surprise," said Brian Hoops, analyst for Midwest Market Solutions. Wheat also eased in volatile dealings before the fresh data is released. At 10:23 a.m. CDT (1523 GMT), CBOT May corn was down 8-3/4 cents per bushel at $6.49-1/2, May soy was down 8-1/4 at $14.21 and May wheat was down 1-1/2 cents at $6.37. The USDA will update its monthly global crop production and US ending stocks forecast at 7:30 a.m. CDT (1230 GMT) on Tuesday. US corn supplies are expected to fall to a fresh 16-year low before the fall ...

NEW YORK: Gold rose modestly in anaemic spot trade on Friday after disappointing US payrolls figures revived talk about an extension of the Federal Reserve's stimulus measure, but gains were too mild to stem the first weekly loss in three weeks. With only a handful of ticks registering in the cash market due to the US and European exchange holidays, spot gold was bid at $1,637.99 an ounce by 8.54 am EST (1354 GMT), up about ...
NEW YORK: Cotton futures ended the shortened week lower on Thursday, extending the prior session's losses as investors continued to unwind long positions after Federal Reserve minutes showed policymakers had little appetite for more economic stimulus. US commodity and financial markets will be closed on Friday for the Good Friday holiday, and will reopen on Monday.  Late on Tuesday, the Fed released minutes from its March policy setters' meeting, which showed they were less keen on adding ...
CHICAGO: Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade closed higher on Thursday on concerns about the size of South America's soy harvest and positioning ahead of a three-day US holiday weekend, traders said. * US grain markets will be closed on Friday for the Good Friday holiday. * Strong weekly US export sales added support. USDA reported export sales of US soybeans in the latest week at 1,112,900 tonnes (old and new crop years combined), above ...
CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures closed weak on Thursday on good crop weather in the US and improved crop weather in Europe. * Some positioning was noted ahead of the long holiday weekend. CBOT markets will be closed Good Friday. * Position-squaring was noted ahead of the release on Tuesday of USDA's April supply/demand and crop production reports. An average of analysts' estimates pegged the 2011/12 US wheat ending stocks at 792 million bushels, below ...
WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures finished mostly higher on Thursday, in choppy trade ahead of the weekend, but notched a slight weekly loss. * Old-crop May and July months rose, and are trading at large premiums to new-crop months due to tight supplies and projections for a record-large canola acreage. * ICE Canada and US grain markets closed for Good Friday. * Modest crusher buying seen. * May canola gained 90 cents at $621.60 per tonne on volume of ...
NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold rose on Thursday, as investors covered short positions after a sharp two-day pullback, and a crude oil rally also buoyed the precious metal that sank early this week on disappointment about further US monetary easing. Bullion rebounded from its biggest two-day drop in a month after it steadied above psychological resistance at $1,600 an ounce, where investors had placed heavy put options to protect against further losses. Trading volume was thin ahead of Friday's ...


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Arrow DJIA 16,563.30 1.88
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Arrow CAC-40 4,246.14 1.53
Arrow Nikkei 15,620.77 0.16
Arrow H.Seng 24,756.85 0.10
Arrow Sensex 25,894.97 0.74

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