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CBOT soybeans signals mixed SINGAPORE: Signals are mixed for CBOT soybeans May contract as it has stuck in a neutral range of $9.62-1/4 to $9.73-1/4.The range is formed by the 14.6 percent and the 23.6 percent Fibonacci retracements on the fall from the March 2 high of $10.39 to the April 10 low of $9.44-1/2.A break above $9.73-1/4 will open the way towards the 38.2 percent retracement at $9.91-1/4, while a drop below $9.62-1/4 could be extended to $9.44-1/2. The bias could be towards the downside.Another less bearish scenario will be soybeans to consolidate in the range for one day.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

CBOT corn neutral in $3.74-3/4 to $3.77-3/4 range SINGAPORE: CBOT May corn looks neutral in a range of $3.74-3/4 to $3.77-3/4 per bushel, and an escape will point a direction.The range has been formed by the 61.8 percent and the 50 percent Fibonacci projection levels of a downward wave c that developed from the April 6 high of $3.90.A rise above $3.77-3/4 could be extended to $3.80-1/2, the 38.2 percent projection level, while a break below $3.74-3/4 could signal the completion of the ...
TOCOM rebounds following higher Shanghai in light trade TOKYO: Benchmark Tokyo rubber futures rebounded on Wednesday, tracking higher Shanghai futures and on short-covering after China GDP came in line with expectations, but trade was light as physical traders in Thailand were away due to holiday, dealers said.The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) rubber contract for September delivery finished 2.8 yen, or 1.4 percent higher, at 198.8 yen ($2) per kg.TOCOM futures, which set the tone for tyre rubber prices in Southeast Asia, rose to ...
Palm up for 4th day to 1-week high as Indonesian levy draws close KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose to a one-week high on Wednesday, stretching gains into a fourth day as top grower Indonesia moved closer to laying on levies which may make its palm more expensive for importers.The Southeast Asian country plans to impose a levy of $50/tonne when the crude palm oil export tax is zero, where the money gained be used to fund new biodiesel subsidies and policies. The regulation will be implemented ...
Iron ore rally pauses as China growth slows SINGAPORE: Iron ore futures in China steadied on Wednesday after a two-day rally and Singapore contracts retreated, with investors opting for caution amid festering concern over a market rout that has punished smaller miners.China's crude steel output dropped 1.7 percent to 200.1 million tonnes in the first quarter from a year ago as the world's No. 2 economy posted its slowest quarterly growth since 2009.A global glut stoked by low-cost miners from Australia and Brazil ...
Malaysia Q1 cocoa grinding drops 27.5pc on year KUALA LUMPUR: Cocoa processing in Malaysia fell 27.5 percent in the first quarter of 2015 to 45,208 tonnes, from 62,359 tonnes in the corresponding period a year ago, the Malaysian Cocoa Board (MCB) said in a statement on Wednesday.Cocoa grinding also fell 18.7 percent in the Jan-March period from the previous quarter in Malaysia, one of Asia's key cocoa grinders, the MCB said, without giving details.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
CBOT corn biased to test support at $3.71-1/4 SINGAPORE: CBOT May corn is biased to retest support at $3.71-1/4 per bushel, as indicated by its wave pattern, a Fibonacci projection analysis and a falling channel.The support is at the 76.4 percent Fibonacci projection level of a downward wave c that developed from the April 6 high of $3.90. Corn's failure to break this support has led to a bounce which was capped at a resistance at $3.74-3/4, the 61.8 percent level.The wave c ...


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