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10/21/14 AM Corn and beans trending higher this morning and wheat values tag along aided by 'technical assistance'. Traders await confirmation of Argentine 400,000 Mt old crop wheat release. Players also spying Australia’s potential (harvest rain) quality problems and possible crop reduction. World wheat demand remains robust. However, US wheat is still priced (strong buck) as a secondary, residual origin. When the Egyptian tender results come in, the US non-competitive status should be reaffirmed. SWW track values on a upswing. The seven buck mark appears to be a marketable figure from the country point of view. 10/21/14 PM Egypt's GASC booked a total of 180,000 Mt of Russian, Romanian and French Wheat. The deal included 60,000 Mt of Romanian wheat; 60,000 Mt of French wheat and 60,000 Mt of Russian wheat. Prices were said to range from $234.44 per Mt FOB for the French wheat; $246.75 per Mt for the Romanian wheat and $246 per Mt for the Russian wheat. Wheat futures' action centered on more technical buying and short covering. A minor day rally in corn and beans also added additional support. Market values came off the session's highs , but still managed to finish in the black.
Dry conditions will cover a wide majority of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions Wednesday. This combination is favorable for harvest and winter wheat planting progress. » More DTN Weather Commentary