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CBOT wheat may drop to $4.88-1/4 SINGAPORE: CBOT Sept. wheat may drop to $4.88-1/4 per bushel, as it has broken a support at $5.05-3/4.The support was provided by the 86.4 percent Fibonacci retracement on the rise from the June 19 low of $4.88-1/4 to the June 30 high of $6.18, working as the last barrier towards $4.88-1/4.A bounce from the current level will be regarded as a pullback towards the trendline rising from the May 5 low of $4.69-1/4, which could be limited to $5.05-3/4, now a resistance.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

Black Sea feed wheat in Asia curbing US, Brazil corn exports SINGAPORE: Black Sea feed wheat is flooding the Asian market as millers snap up cheap supplies, booking shipments right up to December as they replace corn in animal rations. South Korea, the Philippines and Thailand have booked close to 3 million tonnes for shipment between July and December, worth about $600 million. A jump in Asia's feed wheat consumption could reduce the region's dependence on corn imports from the United States and South America, weighing ...
Palm snaps 5-day decline but China outlook caps gains JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil futures rebounded on Wednesday following gains overnight in US soy oil, snapping five sessions of declines, although concerns over the outlook for Chinese demand reversed most of the early gains."(Palm oil) prices were pulled up a little bit because yesterday the Chicago Board of Trade soybean oil prices were higher," said a trader with a foreign commodities brokerage in Kuala Lumpur."It was more of a profit-taking morning than actual buying (while) ...
CBOT wheat may rise to $5.18-3/4 SINGAPORE: CBOT Sept. wheat may rise to $5.18-3/4 per bushel, as it has stabilized around a support at $5.06.The support is provided by the 86.4 percent Fibonacci retracement on the rise from the June 19 low of $4.88-1/4 to the June 30 high of $6.18. It is strengthened by another one established by a trendline rising from the May 5 low of $4.69-1/4.Wheat is heading towards the resistance at $5.18-3/4, the 76.4 percent level. Only ...
Gold wedged below $1,100 ahead of Fed outcome MANILA: Gold steadied at just below $1,100 an ounce on Wednesday, trading not far from a 5-1/2-year low, as investors awaited the outcome of the US Federal Reserve's meeting for more signs on the timing of this year's interest rate increase.After last week's rout, gold was stuck in narrow ranges ahead of the conclusion of the Fed's policy meeting later in the day.Policymakers are likely to affirm the strength of the US economy and labour ...
Palm hits 3-month low tracking declines in external markets JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil futures fell on Tuesday for a fifth straight session to their lowest in three months, reflecting weakness in competing markets and declines in commodities globally, although a weak ringgit provided some support.By the close, benchmark palm oil for October on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange had slipped 0.47 percent to 2,130 ringgit ($558.62) a tonne. Earlier in the session the contract hit 2,115 ringgit, its lowest since April 30.Total traded volume ...
Gold not far from 5-1/2-year low as investors eye Fed MANILA: Gold hovered near its weakest level since early 2010 on Tuesday, reflecting investor hesitation to bid up bullion amid growing expectations of a near-term hike in US interest rates.The Federal Reserve begins a two-day meeting later in the day where policymakers are likely to signal that a rate hike later in the year is certain as the US economy strengthens.A further tumble in Chinese equities after their deepest rout since 2007 on Monday has ...


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