Following CBOT Wheat news is the key to trading fundamentally. Below you can find links to articles in the news that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of CBOT Wheat on the CBOT. Before you invest in the CBOT wheat commodities market you should do your own research.
1. Bloomberg “Wheat Drops on Bets Ukraine Conflict Won’t Disrupt Trade” August 7, 2014
Wheat futures fell, snapping the longest rally in 14 weeks, on speculation that escalating tensions between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine won’t disrupt global grain trade.
2. Bloomberg “Wheat Drops to 19-Month Low on Record World Crop” December 24, 2013
Wheat prices slumped 22 percent in Chicago this year, set for the biggest annual drop since 2008, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture projected a world harvest at an all-time high of 711.4 million metric tons.
3. Bloomberg.com "Wheat Caps Biggest Weekly Advance Since July on U.S. Drought" January 18, 2013
Wheat rose, capping the biggest weekly gain since July, on signs of improved export demand and as a lingering drought threatens this year’s harvest in the U.S., the world’s largest exporter.
4. Bloomberg.com "Egypt Seen Buying U.S. Wheat in Next State Grain Tender" November 16, 2012
Egypt, the world’s biggest wheat importer, is likely to resume purchases of supplies from the U.S. in its next state grain tender, said Sadri Mathari, chief commercial officer with Venus International, the country’s largest private trader of the grain.
5. Bloomberg.com "Wheat Falls Most Since January on Economy: Commodities at Close" September 17, 2012
Wheat fell the most since January on speculation that the Federal Reserve hasn’t done enough to improve the economy and boost demand for raw materials. Wheat futures for December delivery plunged 5 percent to settle at $8.78 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade, the biggest loss since Jan. 12.
6. Bloomberg.com “Australia Cuts Wheat Production Forecast On Dry Weather” Jun 13, 2012
Australia, the world’s second- biggest wheat exporter, lowered its output forecast as dry weather delayed plantings, deepening global supply cuts caused by droughts from Russia to the U.S.
7. Bloomberg.com “Ukraine, Kazakhstan Wheat Crops Seen Falling, FAO Says” April 24, 2012
Ukraine’s wheat harvest may slide 37 percent and Kazakhstan’s production could fall 36 percent this year after the crops were harmed by frost and drought, the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization forecast.
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