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WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures rose in choppy trading on Monday, lifted by exporter buying and a slowdown in hedge-selling by commercial grain handlers, traders said. * Canola recovered after dipping in earlier trading with US soybeans. * Some short-covering was seen ahead of Tuesday's US Department of Agriculture monthly supply and demand report. * May canola added $1.50 at $623.10 per tonne on volume of 11,804 contracts. * July canola rose $2.30 to $619.40 per tonne on volume of 8,442 contracts. * May-July spread traded 6,530 times, narrowing to a May premium of $3.70. July-November spread settled at a July premium of $36.10, trading 1,096 times. * Chicago May soybeans lost 3 US cents to US$14.31 per bushel. * The Canadian dollar was trading at $0.9964 against the US dollar or US$1.0036 at 2:25 p.m. CDT (1925 GMT), down from Thursday's North American finish at C$0.9938 versus the US currency, or $1.0062. * US light crude oil ...

BUENOS AIRES: Argentina's closing soy prices and trends on Monday: * Soy prices in Rosario closed lower at between 1,480 and 1,500 pesos per tonne ($338-$342), pressured by losses at the Chicago Board of Trade, traders said. The previous session's listed closing price was 1,497 pesos per tonne. * Trade volume swelled to 10,000 tonnes. A meager 4,000 tonnes changed hands in the previous session. * Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade ended lower on long ...
CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat futures rose on Monday on a short-covering bounce as investors evened up positions ahead of a US Agriculture Department report, traders said. * Hard red winter wheat futures at the Kansas City Board of Trade fell due to near-ideal growing conditions for the crop in the US Plains. * Despite the gains in CBOT wheat, the benchmark May contract closed below all key technical moving averages. Prices had ...
NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold rose almost 1 percent in thin holiday trade o n M onday, breaking ranks with other commodities and equities, after disappointing US jobs data last week revived speculation that the Federal Reserve might try to stimulate the US economy. The precious metal, which fell more than 2 percent last week, also received a boost from physical buying out of India following the end of a jewelers strike. A bigger-than-expected increase in Chinese consumer prices ...
NEW YORK: Cotton futures settled higher on Monday on speculative buying and switch business as players stepped up their transfer of positions out of the spot contract before it goes into delivery later this month, dealers said. The US cotton market was shut on Friday for the Easter break. The benchmark May cotton contract on the ICE Futures US exchange rose 0.94 cent to finish at 89.48 cents per lb, dealing from 88.50 to 90.24 cents. Monday's volume ...
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 ...
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 ...

 



 
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Annual2013/14
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