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Dollar-yen slumps to 2014 low in safe haven rush

The dollar briefly crashed through the 115-yen level to its lowest since November 2014, as stock sell-off stoked demand for the perceived safe-haven currency.
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-Soybeans linger near 1-month low as Argentina rains weigh

SYDNEY, Feb 9- U.S. soybeans were mostly unchanged on Tuesday and held near their lowest in almost a month as crop-friendly rains across Argentina continued to cap prices. Traders and analysts said the market remained under pressure from rains across Argentina. Consequently soybean crops are now looking just fine in both Argentina and Brazil, "said Tobin Gorey,...
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
CORRECTED-GRAINS-Soybeans rise from 1-mth low, first climb in five sessions

SYDNEY, Feb 9- U.S. soybeans rose for the first time in five sessions on Tuesday, coming off their lowest level in nearly one month, though gains were capped as heavy rains improved production prospects in Argentina. *Storms brought moisture to dry fields in Argentina during a key time for crop development. *Traders have been on edge about weather conditions in...
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-Soybeans rise from 2-mth low, first climb in five sessions

SYDNEY, Feb 9- U.S. soybeans rose for the first time in five sessions on Tuesday, coming off their lowest level in nearly two months, though gains were capped as heavy rains improved production prospects in Argentina. *Storms brought moisture to dry fields in Argentina during a key time for crop development. *Traders have been on edge about weather conditions in...
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-Soybeans fall to 10-day low on crop-friendly rains in Argentina

*Market awaiting USDA supply outlook for trading cues. SYDNEY, Feb 8- U.S. soybeans fell to a 10- day low on Monday as rains across Argentina eased fears over dry weather curbing yields, although trading was light due to Lunar New Year holidays. Chicago Board of Trade front-month soybeans were unchanged at $8.67-1/ 2 a bushel by 0238 GMT, near a session low of $8.67, the...
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
GRAINS-Soybeans fall to 10-day low on Argentine rains

SYDNEY, Feb 8- U.S. soybeans dipped to a 10- day low in Asian trade on Monday as rains in Argentina relieved pressure on crops, although trading was muted amid Lunar New Year holidays. *Chicago Board Of Trade front-month soybeans eased slightly to $8.67 a bushel, the lowest since January 29. *Front-month corn rose 0.1 percent to $3.66 a bushel, having earlier hit a low of...
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-Wheat faces biggest weekly fall since Dec as US exports suffer

SINGAPORE, Feb 5- Chicago wheat ticked higher on Friday on bargain-buying, but remained on track for its biggest weekly decline since late December as U.S. shipments struggle to find buyers. Soybeans rose, snapping two sessions of decline, although prices were capped by forecasts of improved weather conditions in Argentina. *Corn and soybean futures have felt...
Source: Reuters
You won't see $70 oil until 2018: Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley has downgraded its outlook for oil prices, expecting low prices to persist for longer than previously thought as the supply and demand imbalance looks set to continue for at least another two years.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jenny Cosgrave
GRAINS-Dollar slide boosts prices in face of large supplies

PARIS/ SYDNEY, Feb 4- U.S. corn and soybeans edged higher on Thursday with support from a falling dollar, but favourable weather for South American crops helped keep prices shy of six-week highs hit this week. Trading was also subdued as investors awaited direction from weekly U.S. export sales and estimates of grain stocks in Canada, another leading grain...
Source: Reuters | By: Gus Trompiz and Colin Packham
GRAINS-Soybeans edge higher, Argentina rain forecasts limit support

SYDNEY, Feb 4- U.S. soybeans rose on Thursday, recouping about half of the 1 percent losses from the previous session, though forecasts for much-needed rains in Argentina capped gains. Chicago Board of Trade front-month soybeans gained 0.4 percent to $8.80-1/ 4 a bushel, although analysts said prices remain under pressure from rain forecast across Argentina, one...
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham