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CBOT soybeans fall; new crop rises on spread unwinding  CHICAGO: US soybean futures were mixed on Wednesday, with old-crop contracts falling while new-crop months gained on unwinding of bull spreads, traders said.Chinese cancellations of soybean purchases pressured nearby months in anticipation of an easing of the tight stocks situation in the United States.The closely watched Chicago Board of Trade July-November soybean spread has narrowed by 35-1/4 cents since widening to a record $2.71-1/2 on April 16.New-crop November rose 13-1/4 cents during Wednesday's session while July fell 5-3/4 cents.Analysts were expecting a US Agriculture Department report on Thursday morning to show that old-crop export sales of soybeans were in a range from -200,000 to 100,000 tonnes in the week ended April 17. New-crop sales were forecast between 350,000 and 550,000 tonnes.Declines were limited in the front-month soybean contract as technical buyers entered the market when prices hit the 23.6 retracement point on a Fibonacci chart tracking its rally to a ...

CBOT wheat rises on gains in corn market CHICAGO: US wheat futures rose on Wednesday, following corn prices higher after starting the trading day in negative territory, traders said.The benchmark Chicago Board of Trade May soft red winter wheat contract found support after dropping below its 40-day moving average.MGEX spring wheat and KC hard red winter wheat also turned higher falling early in the trading day.Analysts were expecting a US Agriculture Department report on Thursday morning to show that old-crop export sales of ...
Raw sugar at 3-week high on Brazil crush capacity concern NEW YORK/LONDON: Raw sugar futures on ICE jumped more than 2 percent to a three-week high on Wednesday after the first 2014/15 crop forecast from Brazilian cane industry group Unica raised concern about crushing capacity.Arabica coffee on ICE Futures U.S. pared gains on investor selling after the market extended the previous session's 8 percent surge to hit a 26-month peak, powered by downward revisions to Brazil's expected 2014/15 output due to drought. Cocoa on Liffe ...
CBOT corn at 1-week high on technical buying, slow US plantings  CHICAGO: US corn futures rose for the second straight session on Wednesday, rebounding from a three-week low notched on Monday amid technical buying and a slow pace of plantings in the Midwest, traders said.Front-month Chicago Board of Trade May corn futures climbed above both the 10- and 20-day moving averages, finishing unofficially just below their session high of $5.04-1/4 per bushel. Most-active July corn gained 1.5 percent while new-crop December futures rose roughly 1.7 percent.Rains ...
ICE coffee hits two years high NEW YORK: ICE arabica coffee soared 8 percent on Tuesday to a more than two-year high after a major trade house cut its forecast for the 2014/15 Brazil crop, the latest of a string of reduced outlooks in recent months due to drought damage in the top producer.London refined sugar prices jumped as trading resumed after the long holiday weekend, catching up with Monday's gains in the New York market, and cocoa futures ended little-changed.Volcafe, ...
Gold falls as ETF outflows weigh; palladium tumbles NEW YORK/SINGAPORE: Gold prices fell to a nearly three-week low on Monday as sharp outflows from the world's biggest bullion-backed exchange-traded fund (ETF) and the lack of a further increase in geopolitical tension prompted selling.Palladium slid more than 2 percent on follow-through weakness after South Africa's biggest platinum producers last week offered to raise wages for miners in a bid to end a widespread mining strike.Silver also fell more than 1 percent, weighed down by ...
ICE cotton slips in light trade as buyers sit on sidelines NEW YORK: Cotton futures edged down on Monday in light volumes as an absence of investor buying and concerns over waning demand kept prices under pressure.The most-active July cotton contract on ICE Futures U.S. closed down 0.13 cent, or 0.1 percent, to settle at 92.34 cents a lb as prices hugged support along their 10- and 14-day moving averages.Volumes were below average following the long weekend. Cotton trading on ICE opened at the regular time ...


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