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Old 03-09-2011, 09:27 PM   #1
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Chicago grain prices drop for third straight day

Chicago grain prices further dropped on Wednesday, registering a third straight decline, before U.S. government released its estimates of global grain supply and demand.The most active corn contract for May delivery closed at 7.01 U. S. dollars per bushel , down 4.5 U.S. cents, or 0.64 percent. May wheat shed 21 cent, or 2.7 percent , to 7.5875 dollars per bushel. May soybean lost 33 cents, or 2.4 percent , to 13.49 dollars per bushel.Statistics showed that all of Chicago's three major grain prices -- corn, wheat and soybeans -- have been on the falling track since the beginning of this week. U.S. Department of Agriculture is scheduled to release its estimates for world's grain supply and demand on Thursday.Market analysts noted that the grain markets are under correction after sharp rises in the previous periods. Meanwhile, bumper production in South America added to the negative sentiment.Analysts added that concerns that the Brazil and Argentina are going to see higher-than-expected crop production continues to provide a bearish influence on the soybeans market and helped spark another round of long liquidation selling to drive soybeans sharply lower.Worries about dryness in Argentina have supported corn and soybean prices throughout the winter. Besides, USDA is also expected to raise its forecast of U.S. soybean ending stocks, due to a slowdown in domestic usage.On the wheat market, a trader said that improving weather conditions in the U.S., which could translate into improved wheat conditions before the spring growing season, is the primary bearish influence on prices.News that the weekly ethanol production in the U.S. came back slightly after a five week decline helped to support corn relative to the other grains, but the market still closed lower for the fourth trading day in a row.

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Old 09-20-2011, 10:48 AM   #2
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Re: Chicago grain prices drop for third straight day

that's good! this is a very nutritious food. if the prices keep going down, it will be very affordable for us to buy it..
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