Enter multiple symbols separated by commas

Search results for "CHG"



About 57 results. Sort By: Date | Relevance
GRAINS-Wheat firms, still set for biggest monthly loss in 4 years

*Wheat down more than 18 pct for July. *Corn set for monthly loss of more than 10 pct. "The dryness issues in parts of Europe, Canada and Argentina remain but that is not leaving the market on the precipice of new crop downgrades," said Tobin Gorey, director of agricultural strategy, Commonwealth Bank of Australia in a note to clients.
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
GRAINS-Soybeans steady, set for fourth consecutive weekly slide

SYDNEY, July 31- U.S. soybeans held steady on Friday, though the oilseed was heading for a fourth consecutive weekly loss, as the market weighed up whether signs of growing export demand would start to erode ample supplies more quickly. *Corn touched a five-week low of $3.75-3/ 4 a bushel on Thursday. *Wheat fell to a five-week low of $4.93-1/ 4 a bushel on Thursday.
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-Soybeans up on concerns over planted area; corn, wheat rise

SINGAPORE, July 30- Chicago soybeans gained more ground on Thursday, rising 2.4 percent in three consecutive sessions on concerns over a smaller planted area and ahead of the crop's key phase of development. Corn edged higher after dropping 1.9 percent on Wednesday as forecasts of favorable weather boosted hopes of near record yields, while wheat rose,...
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-Wheat, corn, soybeans resume falls on good U.S. crop outlook

HAMBURG/ SINGAPORE, July 29- U.S. wheat, corn and soybeans resumed their recent falls on Wednesday after rising on bargain-buying on Tuesday, with prices again around one-month lows as attention returned to the good U.S. harvest outlook. "Wheat, corn and soybeans are again weaker today as the market's attention has returned to the good U.S. crop prospects with near...
Source: Reuters | By: Michael Hogan and Naveen Thukral
GRAINS-U.S. soybeans up for 2nd day, corn near 1-month low

Corn futures continued to struggle, falling for six out of nine sessions as near-perfect weather weighed on prices while wheat slid under harvest pressure. *The USDA said 62 percent of the U.S. soybean crop was in good to excellent condition, same as last week, but below the previous year's 71 percent. *The USDA said 85 percent of the winter wheat crop has been...
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-U.S. corn at 1-month low, soy firms after 3-day decline

*Soybeans up after deep losses, wheat ticks higher. Soybeans rose after dropping nearly 6 percent over the last three sessions, while wheat firmed following a drop to one-month low on Monday. Chicago Board of Trade front-month corn slid as much as 0.4 percent to $3.71-1/ 2 a bushel by 0252 GMT, weakest since June 25.
Source: Reuters | By: Naveen Thukral
GRAINS-Corn rises after sharp drop; soy, wheat firm

SINGAPORE, July 28- Chicago corn futures edged up on Tuesday, after suffering its biggest one-day decline since September 2013 in the previous session due to pressure from ideal weather for crop development across the U.S. grain belt. Soybeans rose after dropping almost 6 percent over the last three sessions, while wheat firmed following a drop to one-month low...
Source: Reuters
GRAINS-Corn falls more than 2.5 pct, hits one-month low

*Wheat falls to near five-week low. Wheat fell more than 1 percent to hit a near five-week low, while soybeans dropped nearly 1.5 percent to hit more than a four-week trough. Chicago Board of Trade December corn futures, the most actively traded contract, fell 2.61 percent to $3.92-1/ 4 a bushel by 0035 GMT, near the session low of $3.91-1/ 2 a bushel-- the lowest since June...
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
GRAINS-Corn falls, set for biggest weekly loss in a year

SYDNEY, July 24- U.S. corn fell more than 0.5 percent on Friday to hover close to a three-week low, with prices on track for their biggest weekly loss in more than a year, as crop friendly weather and sluggish demand dragged on the market. Prices were at $4.10-1/ 2 a bushel at 0138 GMT, near a three-week low of $4.08-1/ 2 hit on Thursday. *The U.S. Department of Agriculture said...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 1-U.S.-based commodities, precious metals funds bleed $779 mln - Lipper

Lipper@ NEW YORK, July 23- Investors in U.S.-based funds pulled $779 million from commodities and precious metals funds in the week ended July 22, marking the funds' biggest outflows since late 2013, data from Thomson Reuters' Lipper service showed on Thursday. "Gold lost technical support, $1,130, this week and traders bailed," said Jeff Tjornehoj, head of Lipper...
Source: Reuters | By: Sam Forgione