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US ’11/12 corn end stocks 7 pct larger than expected * Soy stocks 12 pct below trade, wheat 14 pct larger * USDA corn, soy crop estimates down 1 pct, as expected * Lowest corn yield since 2005, soy second lowest since 03
Soybean 10 to 12 cents higher Wheat 5 to 7 cents higher Corn 3 to 5 cents higher The market remained oversold after falling to the lows.
Soybeans 10 to 13 cents; higher short-covering bounce after falling to a near one-year low this week. Wheat 9 to 11 cents higher; a short-covering bounce after prices dropped to 3-month lows this week. A weak dollar, which makes U.S. commodities more attractive to investors looking for a hedge against inflation, also was supporting wheat. [...]
Soybeans 7 to 9 cents lower Wheat 1 to 2 cents higher Corn 3 to 5 cents higher Outside markets leading the gain markets
Soybean 1 to 2 cents higher Corn 2 to 3 cents higher Wheat 1 to 2 cents lower Low volume trade ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday that may act to invigorate the faltering U.S. economic recovery
Wheat 5 to 10 cents lower The U.S. Agriculture Department on Monday morning raised its estimate of 2011/12 domestic wheat ending stocks to 761 million bushels from 671 million. Analysts had been expecting 663 million. USDA cut its wheat export forecast by 75 million bushels. Soybeans 10 to 15 cents lower USDA’s September supply/demand reports, [...]
Soybeans 6 to 8 cents lower Wheat 3 to 5 cents lower Corn 2 to 4 cents lower Liquidation and profit-taking and on positioning before USDA’s September crop report on Monday.
Soybeans 6 to 8 cents higher Wheat 5 to 7 cents higher Corn 5 to 7 cents higher Declining condition ratings for the U.S. crop, a weak dollar and a rebound in equities and crude oil.