WHEAT – Up 3 to 5 cents per bushel.
Boosted by weak dollar and higher equities markets. USDA’s
export sales report showed U.S. wheat exports above trade
expectations.

CORN – Up 1 to 2 cents per bushel.
Support from firm crude oil and higher equities in addition
to a weak dollar and potential further sales of U.S. corn to
China. Gains limited by good U.S. crop weather and USDA’s
export sales report showing corn sales below estimates.
SOYBEANS – Up 3 to 5 cents per bushel.
Boosted by gains in crude oil and equities as the dollar
eases. Gains limited by good U.S. crop weather, a soy number in
USDA’s weekly export sales report that was below estimates and
a Census soy crush number that was below estimates.
* CBOT July <SN0> up 5-3/4 cents per bushel at $9.43-3/4

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