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Canadian wheat stocks to end 2015-16 near record low

Canada's wheat harvest will rise this year - but not by enough to exceed demand, officials say. Canola inventories will fall too

Hedge funds flip to net shorts in cotton, soybeans, wheat
Hedge funds extend their selldown of ag commodities, as the dollar strengthens and supply fears ease. Still, positioning on sugar bucks the trend
Barley sowings in North America to rise by some 10%
Canadian and US growers will plant significantly more barley this year, spurred by the support to malt prices from a poor 2014 crop
World wheat harvest to fall in 2015, eroding inventories
The International Grains Council, in its first forecast for this year's crop, sees it falling behind the record 2014 result, noting Russian setbacks
World grain stocks to end season at 30-year high - IGC
The International Grains Council lifts its estimate for the world grains harvest to a record high, and sees inventories jumping 30m tonnes
Rabobank lifts hopes for coffee, wheat prices - but not soyoil
The bank makes broadly upbeat revisions to crop price forecasts, reassuring bulls over cotton futures too. But soyoil is to hit its lowest since 2009
Soybean futures to hit 7-year low - but corn, wheat prices to gain
Macquarie, citing ample supplies, foresees soybean futures heading well below \$9 a bushel. But for corn and wheat futures, the worst may be passed
Investors 'should be wary' of getting over-bearish on wheat
Wheat futures may fall to \$5.00 a bushel, but that is typically a price reached on more abundant supplies, CBA says, flagging Russian risks
Corn, soy, hogs hit in hedge funds' bearish swing on ags
Hedge funds turn less upbeat in their exposure to ag commodity prices, notably on corn, soybeans. Their net long in lean hogs hits a 20-month low
French merchants cut prices again to win Egypt wheat orders
Egypt's Gasc grain authority makes another big order of French wheat, amid something of a dearth of offers from other origins
Strat Grains hikes forecast for EU soft wheat exports
The influential analysis group highlights the boost to EU volumes from export curbs being implemented in Russia and, potentially, Ukraine
France lifts wheat export hopes, again, after Egyptian orders
FranceAgriMer raises its estimate for French wheat exports. The poor-quality harvest is seen hurting sales outside the EU less than originally feared
UK has 'mountain to climb' after wheat export revival stalls
UK wheat shipments ease, rather than rising as required to shift a large exportable surplus - which may swell if ethanol producers switch to corn
Wheat prices - will they kick their losing habit in 2015?

Wheat prices fell for a second year in a row in 2014, hit by ample supplies. But they rebounded notably from autumn lows. Can they make further gains?

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