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GRAINS-Soybeans set to see biggest weekly slide in a month

por Kristie Proby (2020-08-10)

SYDNEY, May 15 (Reuters) - U.S. soybeans edged higher on Friday, although the oilseed was poised for its biggest weekly slide in a month, as forecasts of ample global stocks and sluggish demand weighed on prices.

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* The most-active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade rose 0.2% to $8.38-1/2 a bushel by 0106 GMT, having closed 0.3% lower on Thursday when prices hit a May 7 low of $8.35 a bushel. For ?????? the week, the contract is down nearly 1.5%.

* Corn futures were down 0.5% for the week, having closed little changed last week.

* Wheat futures shed nearly 4% for the week, the biggest weekly slide in a month.

* U.S. seeding pace has been faster than normal, with 67% of corn and 38% of soybeans planted as of May 10.

* The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) this week projected that U.S. farmers would grow a record-large corn crop this year approaching 16 billion bushels, potentially building domestic stockpiles of the feed grain to their highest levels in 33 years.

* Some analysts question whether farmers will plant the full 97 million acres of corn that USDA forecast, given a steep slide in cash and futures prices since March.

* Private analytics firm IEG Vantage pegged U.S. corn seedings at 94.2 million acres.

* The USDA confirmed private exporters sold 198,000 tonnes of U.S. soybeans to China along with 20,000 tonnes of soyoil, marking China's first U.S. purchase of the vegetable oil in nearly two years.

* China is set to speed up purchases of U.S. farm goods and will implement the Phase 1 trade deal with the United States, state-owned agriculture trading house COFCO said.

* Beneficial rains this month have put Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, all major Black Sea producers, back on track for large new-crop wheat exports after a dry April, analysts said.


* The dollar eased from a three-week high but looked set for a modest weekly gain as rising Sino-U.S. tensions and worries about a second wave of infections rattled investors.

* Oil prices were mixed on Friday after big gains a day earlier when the International Energy Agency predicted crude stockpiles would start to shrink in second-half 2020 after surging while the pandemic slashed fuel demand.

* Wall Street surged on Thursday as investors weighed the prospect of economic recovery against bellicose remarks from President Donald Trump regarding U.S.-China trade and a whistleblower's dire warnings about the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Reporting by Colin Packham; editing by Uttaresh.V)