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CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat futures dropped 1.2 percent on Monday, with prices closing just above their daily lows, as good weather raised expectations for a large US crop that could add to ample global supplies, traders said. * Kansas City Board of Trade hard red winter wheat futures and MGEX spring wheat also fell on pressure from plentiful stockpiles. * The benchmark CBOT May wheat contract hit its lowest level since March 30 during Monday's session. * The US Plains received rain during the weekend, with Kansas and Oklahoma getting as much as 1 to 2 inches, adding to the already plentiful soil moisture in those key hard red winter wheat-growing areas, said John Dee, meteorologist for Global Weather Monitoring. * The northern Plains spring wheat belt also received some much-needed rain, with more storms in the forecast for this week. Farmers in those spring wheat areas said late ...

CHICAGO: Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell 1 percent on Monday, the most in four weeks, on technical selling and long liquidation following last week's 7-1/2 month high, traders said. * Spillover pressure from CBOT corn and wheat futures, which fell as favorable US crop weather boosted crop prospects. * Additional pressure from investors exiting long soy/short corn spreads. * Large speculators hold a record-large net long position in CBOT soybeans, CFTC data showed on ...
WINNEPEG: ICE Canada canola futures slipped on Monday, touching a one-week low, as investors took profits with US grains falling, traders said. * Canola hit contract highs last week and some pullback is likely ahead of the April 24 Statistics Canada planting intentions report, a trader said. The report is expected to show record-high canola acreage. * Canola seen underpinned by modest crusher and exporter buying, with Canadian dollar weaker early in the session. * May canola lost ...
CHICAGO: US grain and soybean prices dropped on Friday in risk-off trading after data showed China's economy grew more slowly than expected in the first quarter, suggesting the country's purchases of US commodities could slow. China, the world's largest importer of soybeans, is the top buyer of US soy and is becoming a significant importer of US corn. Corn dropped over 1 percent, reversing course after posting two days of gains. Soybeans slipped as economic worries outweighed ...
CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade corn futures closed lower Friday in the face of a firmer dollar, lower equities on concerns about a slowing economy in China, and crop-nourishing rain in the US * Signs of slow economic growth in China were noted. China's GDP growth in the first quarter slowed to 8.1 percent from 8.9 percent in the previous three months. * Corn export premiums at the US Gulf Coast were higher late Thursday on robust ...
CHICAGO: US wheat futures fell Friday, with the benchmark Chicago Board of Trade contract hitting a two-week low, on worries that global economic weakness could stunt worldwide demand and lower prices for wheat amid plentiful supplies, traders said. * CBOT May wheat ended the week down 2.5 percent, its second straight down week. The benchmark contract has lost 5.8 percent during the past two weeks, its biggest two-week loss in three months. * Friday's sell-off in wheat ...
NEW YORK: Spot gold prices jumped more than 1 percent o n Thursday, with technical buying, a strengthening euro and hopes for a Fed stimulus to the US economy cited as driving a late-morning recovery in bullion, which had declined in early trade. As the euro strengthened against the dollar, bullion rebounded from an intraday low around $1,650 per oz. Some market participants said disappointing US jobless claims data fed hopes that the US Federal Reserve ...


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