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CBOT soybeans close slightly higher on technical buying CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures rose on Monday on technical buying after prices for the most actively traded July contract dipped below last week's low, traders said.Strength in soymeal, which rose 1.6 percent on bull spreading related to tight supplies at processors, lent support to soybeans.Soyoil futures fell, pressured by weakness in the crude oil market and long soymeal/short soyoil spreading.The benchmark CBOT July soyoil futures contract fell below its 200-day moving average, closing below that key technical point for the first time since May 7.Analysts were expecting a US Agriculture Department report to show that weekly export inspections of soybeans were in a range from 125,000 to 225,000 tonnes, down from 263,263 a week earlier. The report, which is normally released at 10 a.m. CDT, was delayed due to technical difficulties.Another USDA report was expected to show that US soybean planting was 47 percent complete as of ...

CBOT corn rises with wheat, US frost fears CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade corn futures rose on Monday, supported by a 2 percent jump in wheat prices and on fears that frost and cold temperatures could harm emerging corn plants in the northern United States, traders said.Most-active July corn came within one tick of equaling its Friday high of $3.71-1/2 per bushel, before settling in the middle of its trading range at $3.68 in an "inside day" on the charts.Freezing temps in North ...
Gold hits 3-month high after run of downbeat US data NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold reached a three-month high on Monday, rising for a fifth session as a run of soft US data supported expectations that the Federal Reserve will hold off raising interest rates for the time being. Spot prices rose 3 percent last week, their biggest weekly climb in four months, after recent downbeat readings of the US jobs market, retail sales and consumer sentiment led analysts to conclude that an imminent rate increase was ...
Wheat jumps 2pc on more US rains, frost fears CHICAGO: US wheat surged more than 2 percent to the highest level in a month on Monday as forecasts for rains in the US Plains revived concerns about crop damage and encouraged buying among investors with large short positions. Worries that frost and cold temperatures could reduce yields in the northern portion of the Plains also bolstered prices for wheat, which have gained 8 percent in less than a week. Corn futures also rose at ...
Gold hits three-month high as US data eases rate fears NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold hit a three-month high on Thursday as the dollar came under pressure following a new batch of mixed U.S. data that pushed back expectations of when interest rates in the world's largest economy will rise.Spot gold rose to the highest since Feb. 17 at $1,227.04 an ounce and was trading up 0.5 percent at $1,221.43 an ounce by 2:28 p.m. EDT (1828 GMT).U.S. gold futures for June delivery settled up $7 at ...
New York cocoa rises on strong pound, sugar extends losses NEW YORK/LONDON: New York cocoa on ICE rose for a sixth day running on Thursday, trading at the highest level in nearly seven months, buoyed by chart-based buying and sterling's steady rise to its highest against the dollar this year.Raw sugar futures extended losses after sinking more than 4 percent in heavy volume on Wednesday, pressured by larger Brazilian crop forecasts as the industry gathered in New York. Coffee futures rose as the U.S. dollar ...
US wheat soars 6pc as funds cover short positions CHICAGO: US wheat futures surged about 6 percent on Thursday as a softer dollar inspired funds to cover short positions, analysts said.Corn followed wheat higher while soybeans sagged after a private forecast for record-high US soybean plantings.At the Chicago Board of Trade as of 12:37 p.m. (1737 GMT), July wheat was up 28 cents at $5.09-1/2 per bushel after reaching $5.11-1/4, its highest level in a month.July corn was up 4-1/2 cents at $3.66-3/4 a ...


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