Grains decline as coronavirus fuels demand fears
The most-active wheat contract on the CBOT was down 0.4% at $5.34-3/4 a bushel as of 1047 GMT.
Wheat retreats from 2-month peak on profit-taking
Corn, used to make oil-substitute ethanol, fell as oil prices weakened.
Corn climbs over 1% on expectations of stronger ethanol demand
The most active corn futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade were up 1.2 per cen...
Wheat retreats 1% on strong US dollar
The most active corn futures were down 0.6 per cent to $3.41-1/2 a bushel, having closed little changed in the previous session.
Soybeans hit 10-day high on Chinese purchases
The most active wheat futures were up 0.7 per cent at $5.42-3/4 a bushel, having closed up 0.8 per cent on Friday.
Corn rebounds from 2016 low, virus worries cap gains
Analysts said corn was drawing support from stronger oil prices.
Soybeans climb 1.6% on edible oil supply concerns
Corn ticked higher after dropping to its lowest since June 2018 earlier in the session, while wheat gained on bargain-buying.
Soybeans recover from 10-month low, gains capped by coronavirus worries
Wheat was little changed after Monday's slide to its lowest since October, while corn recovered from a six-month low to trade higher.
Soybeans near 10-month low as economic worries deepen
Corn faced its biggest weekly drop in more than six months, while wheat was poised for a third week of loss.
Soybeans at 6-month low on prospect of harder economic hit from virus
Wheat dropped to its lowest in almost four months, while corn lost 1 per cent.
Soybeans rise for 2nd day, but hopes of higher inventory cap gains
Wheat slid for the first time in three sessions, while corn lost ground after Tuesday's gain.
Soybeans edge higher, weaker US export demand caps gains
The most-active soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade were up nearly 1 per cent for the week, the second straight weekly gain.
Soybeans gain for third straight day on stimulus boost, technicals
Wheat futures were down 0.4 per cent at $5.25-1/4 a bushel, falling for a fifth session out of six on expectations of higher supply.
Punjab tops in transporting food grains during lock down
Food Corporation of India, the central agency which procures food grains for government and transports it to states, set a new record in single day movement by moving 70 rakes carrying 1.93 lakh tonnes continuously for two days on Friday and Saturday.
Coronavirus lockdown: Maharashtra farmer distributes wheat grain to needy villagers
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