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Wheat Rebounds From 3-Month Low as Drop May Revive Demand

Wheat rebounded from a three-month low in Chicago as traders weighed the potential that a recent drop in prices may revive demand against the outlook for ample global supplies.

Wheat Rebounds From 3-Month Low as Slump May Spur Demand

Wheat rebounded from the lowest price in more than three months amid speculation the longest slump in 15 years may spur demand and as recent rainfall failed to improve the crop's condition in the U.S.

Wheat Snaps Rally as Supply Outlook Counters U.S. Weather

Wheat fell, halting a six-day advance, on indications improved growing conditions from Europe to Australia may compensate for deteriorating crops in the U.S., the world's biggest exporter.

Wheat Price Heads for Monthly Loss on U.S. Crop Outlook

Wheat fell for an eighth session in Chicago, headed for the biggest monthly drop since 2011, on speculation that crop conditions in the U.S. will improve amid prospects for rain. Corn was little changed.

Wheat Retreats as Price Surge May Curb Demand; Soybeans Near $15

Wheat declined on speculation the biggest gain in almost a month may curb purchases as investors weigh the outlook for crops in the U.S. after freezing weather.

Wheat Set for Longest Slump in 15 Years as Rain Aids Crop

Wheat dropped for a ninth session, heading for the longest run of declines since September 1998, on speculation that rain may aid U.S. crops, bolstering global supplies. Corn slid to a seven-week low.

Wheat Rises as Report May Show U.S. Dryness Damaging Plains Crop

Wheat rose in Chicago on speculation that rain forecast in the next few days will be too light to ease dryness in the U.S., while a government report today may show crop conditions deteriorated.

Wheat Extends Rally as Worsening U.S. Crops Curb Supply

Corn and soybeans fell for a second day in Chicago on speculation that planting in the U.S. will accelerate in the next week as weather turns warmer and drier in the Midwest. Wheat also declined, erasing an earlier gain.

South African Wheat Reaches Five-Year High as Yellow Corn Climbs

Wheat futures traded in South Africa reached a five-year high and yellow corn touched the highest level in three weeks as prices for both grains advanced in U.S. trading.

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