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GRAINS-Soybeans rally as market sentiment rebounds caps weekly losses

*Corn firm, set to post second weekly gain. *Wheat edges higher, set for 2.5 pct weekly loss. Corn rose, with the grain poised to record a small weekly gain, while wheat added nearly 0.5 percent but was set to record weekly losses of nearly 2.5 percent.
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
GRAINS-Soybean prices firm, market rally cuts weekly losses

SYDNEY, Aug 28- U.S. soybeans rose on Friday, extending two-day gains to nearly 2 percent and poised to record only modest losses for the week, despite lingering concerns over demand from China. *The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported net weekly soybean export sales for the 2015/ 16 marketing year that begins Sept. 1 above trade expectations at 1.457 million...
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GRAINS-Soybeans rally 1 pct as investors nerves eased by U.S. performance

*Soybeans recoup nearly all losses from previous session. *Corn firms, wheat rallies as market sentiment improves. Soybeans have suffered heavy losses this week on concerns that China- the world's largest buyer of soybeans- is seeing an economic slowdown.
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
GRAINS-Soybean prices rally 1 pct as US stock market gains soothe worries

SYDNEY, Aug 27- U.S. soybean prices rose 1 percent on Thursday as strong gains in U.S. equities buoyed markets broadly, but persistent worries about China's economy capped gains. Soybean futures dropped to their lowest in over six years on Monday on worries about import demand as China's economy falters, but rose in bargain-buying on Tuesday after China cut...
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GRAINS-Soybeans fall as concern about Chinese growth persists

*Corn firm amid uncertainty over size of U.S. crop. HAMBURG/ SYDNEY, Aug 26- U.S. soybeans fell on Wednesday on concern that Tuesday's interest rate cuts may not be enough to stimulate growth in China, the world's largest soybean importer. Corn and wheat rose, rebounding from losses on Tuesday.
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GRAINS-Soybeans fall as Chinese stimulus recovery proves short-lived

*Soybeans give back some gains from previous session. Soybeans recovered slightly on Tuesday from heavy losses this week when China cut interest rates and banks' reserve requirements for the second time in two months after a plunging stock market sent shockwaves around the globe. "Soybeans are again reflecting the broader trends," said Phin Ziebell,...
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
GRAINS-Soybeans fall as China worries persist despite stimulus moves

SYDNEY, Aug 26- U.S. soybeans fell on Wednesday, losing much of their gains from the previous session as nervousness over the outlook for the Chinese economy pressured prices despite the latest stimulus step by Beijing. *Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans fell 0.34 percent to $8.74-3/ 4 a bushel, having firmed 0.43 percent on Tuesday. *China cut interest rates...
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GRAINS-Soybeans edge up, but near 6-year low on China fears

*USDA leaves condition of soybean, corn crop unchanged. SYDNEY, Aug 25- U.S. soybeans edged higher on Tuesday, rebounding off a more than six-year low, although fears of a rapidly cooling economy in China, the world's largest buyer of the oilseed, kept gains in check. Wheat extended two-day gains to nearly 2 percent despite the U.S. Department of Agriculture pegging...
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham
GRAINS-Soybean prices edge higher, rebound off more than 6-yr low

SYDNEY, Aug 25- U.S. soybean prices climbed on Tuesday, rebounding from their lowest in more than six years, but worries over economic growth in key buyer China kept gains in check. *Chicago Board of Trade front-month soybeans rose 0.31 percent to $8.95-1/ 2 a bushel, having slumped 1.3 percent in the previous session when they touched a more than a six-year low.
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GRAINS-Soybeans slump to six-year low on China slowdown fears

*Corn falls nearly 1 pct, wheat down 1.5 pct. Corn fell nearly 1 percent, while wheat slid 1.5 percent on concerns of a China- led global economic slowdown. "China is the world's biggest buyer of soy and the market is concerned about a slowdown," said Phin Ziebell, agribusiness economist, National Australian Bank.
Source: Reuters | By: Colin Packham