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Dry Weather Sparks Rally in KC Wheat Futures

Published on: 14:10PM Apr 18, 2011

Kansas City wheat futures traded sharply higher today, supported by dry weather in the forecast for U.S. HRW wheat areas and Western Europe, according to traders. 

The forecast has turned drier for the U.S. HRW wheat belt this week compared to expectations as of last Friday, traders said. 
 
Dry weather is also in the forecast for France. 
 
Russia may not lift its export ban by July and could continue restrictions beyond that time period, traders said. 
 
Selling interest dried up and nearby months rallied.
 


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