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ICE weekly outlook: Canola trades on weather

CNS Canada — It’s the time of year when canola prices closely follow the weather, and while recent rain has caused some losses, the market could hold onto its premium. “In some ways you could say it’s a classic weather market,” said Jon Driedger, senior market analyst at FarmLink Marketing. Prices had gained following dryness

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ICE weekly outlook: Canola market at mercy of weather

CNS Canada — ICE Futures Canada canola contracts climbed higher during the week ended Wednesday, following gains in the U.S. soy market. The dominant November canola contract posted a gain of $28.70 per tonne. That lifted it above major resistance to settle at $510.80. Prices were also boosted by concerns that rising temperatures in Western



ICE weekly outlook: Canola looks to stay below $500

CNS Canada — ICE Futures Canada canola contracts are facing some bearish weather conditions as more rain is expected to fall across parched regions of the Prairies. During the week ended Wednesday, most canola contracts posted losses. The dominant November contract fell $7.80, to $489.60. The lone exception was the nearby July contract, which eked

ICE weekly outlook: More losses likely for bearish canola

CNS Canada — ICE Futures Canada canola contracts posted large losses during the week ended Wednesday, and could be headed even lower, as bearish technicals and weakness in global economic markets outweigh supportive fundamentals. “We’re going into a seasonally slower demand period,” said Errol Anderson of ProMarket Communications. A downgrade of China’s credit by Moody’s