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Wheat prices extend rally; corn, soy also firm CHICAGO: US wheat futures rose on Friday, on track for their fourth straight weekly gain, on concerns about dry conditions in Russia limiting crop production, traders said. Corn and soybean futures also were firmer, but gains were limited by expectations for good weather across the US Midwest that will allow farmers to expand the harvest of what is expected to be a bumper crop of both commodities. Wheat traded lower during the overnight session but turned higher on Friday morning, with additional support noted from short covering and weakness in the US dollar. "The funds are still short," said Chris Robinson, senior trader at Top Third Ag Marketing in Chicago. He added that the dryness in Russia during planting was sufficient reason for investors to cover bearish bets. Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat for December delivery was up 3-1/2 cents at $5.21-3/4 a bushel at 9:56 a.m. ...

CBOT corn edges lower, capping steep quarterly loss, on ample supply CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade corn futures were narrowly lower on Wednesday, capping a steep quarterly decline on pressure from the advancing US harvest and plentiful global grain supplies, traders said.Corn reversed from earlier gains to turn lower after the release at midday of the US Department of Agriculture's quarterly stocks report. The government showed US corn stockpiles of 1.731 billion bushels, slightly below the average analyst estimate of 1.739 billion bushels but the largest ...
Gold suffers biggest quarterly loss in a year on Fed outlook NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold hit its lowest level in two weeks and recorded its biggest quarterly loss in a year on Wednesday as US jobs data came in stronger than expected and the market awaited clarity on the timing of a hotly anticipated US interest rate rise. That capped off gold's worst quarter since the third quarter of 2014, having fallen nearly 5 percent since July. It was its fifth successive quarter of losses, the longest ...
CBOT wheat ends higher after USDA lowers US crop estimate CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures closed higher on Wednesday, matching this week's one-month peak after the US Department of Agriculture lowered its US 2015 wheat production estimate below trade expectations.USDA reported US all-wheat production at 2.052 billion bushels, down from 2.136 billion previously and below an average of trade estimates.USDA also reported US Sept. 1 wheat stocks at 2.089 billion bushels, below an average of trade estimates for 2.149 billion.USDA's reports overshadowed bearish ...
NY sugar may bounce into 12.47-13.88 cents range in 3 months SINGAPORE: New York sugar may bounce into a range of 12.47-13.88 cents per lb before falling again over the next three months, as indicated by its wave pattern and a Fibonacci projection analysis.The range is formed by the 123.6 percent and the 114.6 percent Fibonacci projection levels of a downward wave C, the third wave of a three-wave cycle from the February 2011 high of 36.08 cents.Many small waves make up the wave C, with ...
Brazil's wheat imports to fall to around 5mn t in 2015 SAO PAULO: Brazil's wheat imports are expected to fall to around 5 million tonnes this year, compared to 5.78 million tonnes in 2014, reflecting smaller local consumption of the grain and larger Brazilian production, wheat industry group Abitrigo said on Thursday. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
CBOT corn edges higher on short-covering, wheat surge CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade corn futures were narrowly higher on Wednesday, supported by light investor short covering and rising in sympathy with wheat prices, traders said.The advancing US corn harvest, coupled with plentiful global grain supplies, capped gains in prices. CBOT December corn failed to knock out Tuesday's session high of $3.84-1/2 per bushel and the contract remained below the roughly one-month peak of $3.95 reached last week.Wheat futures gained on the competing grain ...


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