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NY juice ends near 2-wk low on investor liquidation  NEW YORK: Orange juice futures settled near a two-week low on Monday as a lack bullish news prompted investor liquidation throughout the day, analysts said. Benchmark May frozen concentrated orange juice lost 3.10 cents to end at $1.857 per lb, dealing from $1.831 to $1.884. It was the lowest close for the market's second position contract in almost two weeks, Thomson Reuters data showed. It was also the first time in five sessions that the market did not trade an inside day. Volume traded Monday was again light as it stood about 900 lots, some two-thirds under the 30-day norm, Thomson Reuters data showed. "We're talking good weather in Florida," said The Price Group analyst Jack Scoville. "There's no reason to be long juice at the moment." The government's crop report also underscored the presence of more than ample supplies in the market, dealers said. The US Agriculture Department's monthly supply/demand report on ...

Corn rallies on firm cash markets, export optimism  CHICAGO: US corn futures climbed for a second straight session on Monday as tight supplies of grain harvested last autumn and strong cash markets rallied the benchmark May contract more than 2 percent, the strongest gain in nearly two months. Wheat followed corn higher, adding more than 1 percent, while soybeans drifted lower on spread activity, with traders buying corn and selling soybeans. Chinese feed mills were keen on importing US corn as domestic prices of the ...
CHICAGO: Spot basis offers for US soymeal were mostly steady at truck and rail terminals around the country on Monday as cash soymeal prices remained above target buying levels for most end-users, dealers said. * Most livestock, poultry and dairy producers have cash prices targets between $320 to $330 per ton. Even with steady to lower CBOT soymeal futures values cash prices remain higher than buyers are willing to pay, dealers said. * Soymeal March futures ...
US gold and copper ease as oil drops, FOMC eyed           NEW YORK: US gold and copper futures fell Monday, taking the lead from a drop in crude oil prices, as markets now focus on the Federal Reserve's policy statement later this week. FUNDAMENTALS US gold futures slid nearly 1 percent under pressure from dwindling expectations for the Federal Reserve to signal the need for more measures to keep US rates low. Longer-term gold exchange-traded fund investors took their bullion holdings to a fresh record, Reuters data ...
NY juice ends easier in ho-hum reaction to data  NEW YORK: Orange juice futures closed easier Friday on light investor sales as the market barely reacted to a government crop report and was content to consolidate, analysts said. The US Agriculture Department's monthly supply/demand report estimated Florida's 2011/12 citrus production at 147 million (90-lb) boxes. That compared to 146 million boxes in the agency's previous estimate last month. Two months ago, USDA pegged output at 147 million boxes. Benchmark May frozen concentrated orange juice lost 0.95 cent ...
CBOT wheat rallies on corn strength, USDA report   CHICAGO: US wheat futures rose Friday, breaking a streak of four straight losing sessions, after the US Agriculture Department trimmed the supply outlook, said traders who also cited strength in the corn market. * For the week, Chicago Board of Trade May soft red winter wheat ended down 5 percent, the biggest weekly loss for the benchmark contract since dropping 6.3 percent three months ago. * Wheat's gains were limited by a sharp increase in the US ...
Gold turns higher on US jobs data, oil gains  NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold rose above $1,700 an ounce in heavy trade on Friday, reversing early sharp losses as the metal took heart from gains in crude oil and US equities' after an encouraging US nonfarm payrolls report. Bullion, which has taken to following riskier assets, rose in the face of a dollar rally and fading hopes of further US monetary stimulus after US employment grew strongly for a third straight month. Also lifting the metal was Greece's ...


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