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GRAINS-Wheat rises as dry weather curbs Russian output; corn firm

… * Wheat settles up. * Corn, soybeans firm as dry weather threatens U.S. Midwest crops (Adds closing prices, USDA crop progress numbers). By Barbara Smith. CHICAGO, July 29 (Reuters) – Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) wheat futures settled just over 1% …Read more

GRAINS-Wheat rises 2 as dry weather curbs Russian output corn firm

Wheat rises for 3 out of 4 sessions on lower Black Sea output Corn soybeans firm as dry weather threatens US Midwest crops Analysts don not expect much change in USDA crop report Updates prices adds quotes changes bylinedateline to CHICAGO
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GRAINS-Wheat rises for 2nd day as hot weather hits European output

France Germany Poland and Ukraine are among the European countries where dry weather is threatening and analytics firm Radiant Solutions Corn conditions tie for the eleventh highest the company said Chinas summer grain output fell 22 percent
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GRAINS-Wheat rises nearly 2 percent on Russian supply worries

Wheat up for second day buoyed by Russian stocks suppliers to curb exports New-crop soybean futures backtracked from a 23 percent rise on Wednesday as more rains crossed the US Midwest crop belt and corn prices rose on firm cash markets
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GRAINS-Wheat heads for 2nd weekly drop corn near 11-week low on supply pressure

Wheat futures rose over 1 percent on Friday after three consecutive sessions of deep losses but they were poised for a second weekly drop on pressure from outlook for higher Russian crop Corn ticked due to hot and dry weather in France and central
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Gold silver lead volatility charge in 2016 commodities

In recent weeks Saudi Arabia Russia Venezuela Qatar and Kuwait all agreed in principle to curb production But the US corn and soybean planting season begins later this month The El Nino weather pattern is expected to peak in March but
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These Are the Worlds Best Candies Want to Fight About It

Russian bulk-candy bins are feasts for the eyes where admitting that my sweet of choice was chock-full of corn syrup and artificial colors and flavors felt potentially disastrous The chefs I worked for instructed me to slow down and think about
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