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SINGAPORE: CBOT May wheat will be neutral until it escapes from a range of $6.14-1/4 to $6.36-1/2 per bushel. The range has been formed by the April 23 low and the 50 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from $6.68-3/4 to $6.04-1/4. A drop below $6.14-1/4 will confirm the completion of the rebound from $6.04-1/4 and a resumption of the downtrend from $6.68-3/4. A surge above $6.36-1/2 will indicate an extension of the rebound towards 6.53-1/2, the 76.4 percent retracement. No information in this analysis should be considered as being business, financial or legal advice. Each reader should consult his or her own professional or other advisers for business, financial or legal advice regarding the products mentioned in the analyses. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures were mixed on Thursday, with old-crop contracts following US soybeans higher due to tight supplies while new-crop months sagged on expectations of a large crop, traders said. * Prices for the front-month contract hit their highest level on a continuous basis since July 2008. * Cold weather delayed early planting but a trader said farmers would be ready to go as soon as soil temperatures warmed. * CBOT soybeans rallied due to big ...
NEW YORK/LONDON: Raw sugar futures tumbled o n T hursday to an 11-month low as the trade braced for deliveries in the May contract that expires next week. Arabica coffee slipped but stayed well above recent 18-month lows, and cocoa ended higher. Market players turned their focus to the spot May raw sugar contract, due to expire on Monday, and the spread with the second position July contract which shrank to end at 7 points, the lowest ...
CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures closed higher in the old-crop months on big export sales to China and waning crop prospects in South America. * Spot May gained nearly 20 cents per bushel premium on new-crop November on bull-spreading as traders bought old-crop contracts such as May and sold new-crop months such as November. * USDA's weekly export sales report showed that net export sales of US soybeans during the week ended last Thursday totaled ...
NEW YORK: Orange juice futures settled lower on Thursday on light selling by small speculators as the market seemed to be consolidating following its recent fall to a 19-month low, analysts said. Key July frozen concentrated orange juice fell 1.05 cents to close at $1.457 per lb, moving from $1.45 to $1.4785. Two days ago on Tuesday, the contract ended at $1.4185 which marked the lowest settlement in 19 months for the second-position contract, according to Thomson ...
NEW YORK: Cotton futures finished higher Thursday on speculative buying inspired in part by a weekly government sales report which showed top consumer China buying again after a brief hiatus, analysts said. July cotton on the ICE Futures US exchange climbed 1.31 cents or by 1.4 percent to close at 92.11 cents per lb, and ranged from 90.70 to 92.34 cents. It was an inside day since the range was within Wednesday's 90.60 to 92.45 cents ...
CHICAGO: Soymeal spot basis offers climbed at truck and export markets around the United States on Thursday as slow farmer sales of soybeans continued to underpin the basis even as surging futures capped demand for the oilseed, especially in the domestic market, dealers said. * Offers rose as much as $4 per ton for truck pickup in Missouri, where the basis has increased $8 so far this week. Offers were also firm at soy processors across ...


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