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U.S. grains: CBOT wheat hits three-month high as U.S. cuts global crop

Chicago | Reuters – Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures climbed to a three-month high on Thursday after the U.S. Department of Agriculture slashed production estimates in exporting countries. Corn futures set a one-month high on a smaller-than-expected U.S. yield forecast in a USDA crop report that fueled concerns about tightening global grain supplies due to harsh

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U.S. grains: Wheat higher on global supply fears; soybeans climb, corn eases

Chicago | Reuters – U.S. wheat futures rose more than 2 percent on Tuesday as European wheat markets climbed on concern about tightening global supplies, traders said. Soybean futures firmed on renewed export demand for U.S. supplies while corn ended modestly lower, pressured by better-than-expected weekly U.S. crop condition ratings. Chicago Board of Trade September

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U.S. grains: Corn, soy firm on demand strength

Chicago | Reuters – Chicago corn and soybeans climbed on Thursday on stronger export sales, though gains were capped by rainfall across parts of the U.S. Midwest. Wheat traded near even before ending slightly lower, supported by firmer grains complex and distressed crops across North America. The market also awaits the U.S. Department of Agriculture monthly

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U.S. grains: Soybeans gain on weather concern; global demand pressures corn, wheat

Chicago | Reuters – Corn and wheat futures slipped on Wednesday, tracking falls in outside energy markets as rising Delta-variant coronavirus cases raised worries that renewed restrictions could limit demand and overwhelmed recent weather concerns for U.S. crops. Chicago soybeans ended higher, supported by a private assessment of the U.S. crop, released Tuesday after the