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CBOT soyabean futures firm

Chicago Board of Trade soyabean futures edged higher on Friday, supported by technical buying and worries that measure to curb the coronavirus pandemic could...

Malaysian palm oil rallies

Malaysian palm oil jumped more than 2% on Monday, tracking a rally in Dalian edible oil prices as supply concerns deepened after the world’s...

CBOT corn futures lower ahead of USDA data

Chicago Board of Trade corn futures ended lower on Friday on position-squaring ahead of the weekend and the US Department of Agriculture’s March 31...

Wheat, soybeans hold firm as coronavirus raises supply risks

Corn was little changed as the market consolidated after recent losses linked to the slump in demand for corn-based ethanol fuel. CBOT soybeans were up...

Palm oil rallies after Malaysia shuts more plantations

The Dalian’s most-active soyoil contract gained 0.7pc while its palm oil contract jumped 3.4pc. Soyoil prices on the Chicago Board of Trade were up...

CBOT corn futures fractionally higher

Chicago Board of Trade corn futures closed fractionally higher on Thursday, firming late in the trading session despite continued concern that a slowdown in...

European wheat prices pare all gains recorded previously

European wheat prices pared all gains recorded in the previous session on Thursday as market players viewed recent rises in Chicago and Paris as...

CBOT soyabean futures mixed on technical selling

Chicago Board of Trade soyabean futures closed narrowly mixed on Thursday, with the nearby May contract pressured by technical selling and profit-taking, traders said. Market...

Palm oil clocks nearly 4pc weekly gain

Malaysian palm oil futures climbed 3.85% for the week on Friday, buoyed by a rally in global equities and supply concerns stemming from coronavirus-driven...

CBOT wheat futures lower on profit-taking

Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures closed lower on Thursday on profit-taking one day after the spot May contract jumped 3% to a two-month...