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Soy up after crop ratings dip, corn sags despite sale to China

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07/14/2020 | 04:36pm EDT

CHICAGO, July 14 (Reuters) - U.S. soybean futures edged higher on Tuesday after weekly crop condition ratings declined, but improving weather in the Midwest crop belt kept a lid on rallies by backing expectations for large harvests, traders said.

Corn closed lower, shrugging off news of a massive Chinese purchase of U.S. corn.

Wheat firmed, buoyed by global export business and declining estimates of the size of the harvest in Russia, projected as the world's top wheat supplier.

Most-active November soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade settled up 2-1/4 cents at $8.77-1/2 per bushel. Strength in soyoil futures and allied Malaysian palm oil futures lent support.

CBOT September wheat ended up 2 cents at $5.26-3/4 a bushel while December corn finished down 2-3/4 cents at $3.33-3/4 a bushel.

Corn futures fell late in the session despite news that China booked its biggest single-day purchase on record of U.S. corn, buying 1.762 million tonnes of the grain. The deal followed a 1.365 million-tonne corn sale to China announced on July 10.

Market reaction to the latest China sale, confirmed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was muted by plentiful old-crop supplies and prospects for big harvests this autumn.

"That's a pretty good number. But when all is said and done, even if USDA took their export forecast up 100 million bushels, we'd still have a large carry-out," said Terry Reilly, senior analyst with Futures International in Chicago.

In a weekly crop progress report late Monday, the USDA rated 69% of the U.S. corn crop as good to excellent, down from 71% last week. It rated 68% of the U.S. soybean crop as good to excellent, also down from 71% previously. Analysts on average had expected smaller declines.

CBOT wheat futures firmed on short-covering and worries about global supplies. Sovecon, a Moscow-based consultancy, cut its forecast for Russia's 2020 wheat crop to 79.7 million tonnes, from 80.8 million previously, due to low yields in Russia's southern regions. (Additional reporting by Michael Hogan in Hamburg and Colin Packham in Sydney; Editing by Marguerita Choy and Leslie Adler)

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ChangeLast1st jan.
CORN FUTURES (C) - CBR (FLOOR)/C1 -0.23% 324.5 End-of-day quote.-16.12%
CPO (CPO) - CMG (ELECTRONIC)/C1 -0.58% 639 End-of-day quote.-7.98%
LONDON BRENT OIL -0.53% 44.93 Delayed Quote.-31.35%
SOYBEAN OIL FUTURES (ZL) - CBE (ELECTRONIC)/C1 -0.22% 31.53 End-of-day quote.-8.38%
US DOLLAR / RUSSIAN ROUBLE (USD/RUB) -0.07% 72.755 Delayed Quote.17.56%
WHEAT FUTURES (W) - CBR (FLOOR)/C1 0.65% 500 End-of-day quote.-11.10%
WTI -0.52% 42.2 Delayed Quote.-30.68%
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