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Morning markets: ags open Thanksgiving week on negative note

Wheat manages to hold its ground, helped by weather concerns. But corn, soybeans and cotton trade lower. Still, will soy stage its traditional rally?

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Evening markets: China, Brazil moves give ags selective lift    21 Nov 2014
The one announcement that ag markets had expected, on US biofuels, proved a non event. But Brazil and China news kept investors on their toes
Morning markets: grains ease, as doubts over rally set in    21 Nov 2014
There remain thoughts that grain fundamentals warrant a price decline, ideas which come to the fore early on Friday. Will soy really return to \$9?
PM markets: ag markets reverse - coffee dips and grains soar    20 Nov 2014
Arabica coffee futures loses their swagger, hurt by improved hopes for Brazilian and Colombian output. But strong US corn exports lift grains
AM markets: demand ideas help soybeans, but undermine wheat    20 Nov 2014
Soybeans gain, despite a drop in soymeal, as investors brace for US export data, which have been a on strong run. But poor demand hopes dent wheat
Evening markets: coffee soars. But meal leads grains lower    19 Nov 2014
Coffee prices jump, amid talk of growing demand, short-term and long-term. But soy, grain prices drop - even futures in wheat, despite Brazil worries
AM markets: soymeal dips as buyers switch. Grains soften too    19 Nov 2014
Soymeal drops amid talk of orders being switched from the US to cheaper South American supplies. In grains, will wheat keep underperforming corn?
PM markets: El Nino talk makes, a few, ag market waves    18 Nov 2014
Revived talk of the weather pattern helps vegetable oils post gains, and may have had a hand in helping coffee too. Still, grains and sugar end lower
AM markets: doubts over buyers' appetites dents grain rally    18 Nov 2014
Grain futures ease, undermined by ideas that price highs may have been set in for now. But cotton, helped by US data, defies dismal China import stats
Evening markets: huge US exports, crush data revive soybeans    17 Nov 2014
US export data hurt corn and wheat futures, but protect soybeans from negative factors such as US imports of German rapemeal, Brazil sowings progress
Morning markets: grains hold firm, despite economic worries    17 Nov 2014
Data showing Japan's surprise slip back into recession hand shares a poor start. But agricultural commodities, bar cotton and soymeal, fare better
Evening markets: wheat extends headway. But soy, corn slip    14 Nov 2014
Wheat futures put in a firm finish to a strong week, helped by solid US export data and Australia harvest hiccups. But a surprise delivery hurts soy
AM markets: grains ease. But what will data later hold?    14 Nov 2014
Grain and soybean futures make a soft start, amid some pre-weekend profit taking. But some key stats lie ahead. Profit taking revives cotton a little
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