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US officials raised their long-term forecasts for grain prices, but cut their estimate for soybean prices to the lowest levels since 2006, flagging a structural increase in the popularity of the oilseed among the country's growers.

Read more: US ups grain price hopes - but not cotton, soy

Investors betting on a rebound in oil prices are nothing if not tenacious.

Read more: Oil Investors Keep Betting Wrong on When Market Will Bottom

Gold rose, rebounding from a two-week low yesterday, on signs of increased physical demand.

Read more: Gold Rallies From 2-Week Low as Swiss, China Data Signal Demand

Saudi Arabia and OPEC would find it “difficult, if not impossible” to give up market share by cutting crude production, the country’s oil minister said.

Read more: Saudi Arabia Says Hard for OPEC to Give Up Oil-Market Share

Coffee prices hit a near-five-month low after Volcafe, following an "extensive" crop tour, forecast a 2.5m-bag rise in Brazil's coffee production next year, foreseeing a decent recovery in arabica volumes from this year's drought-hit levels.

Read more: Upbeat Brazil coffee estimate sends prices lower

Gold-options traders are betting on lower prices amid mounting concern that the Federal Reserve will signal the central bank is closer to raising interest rates at the conclusion of a policy meeting today.

Read more: Gold-Options Traders Wager on Price Declines Before Fed Decision

Crude oil rebounded on speculation that a slide in prices to a five-year low was excessive.

Read more: Oil Climbs From 5-Year Low on Speculation Drop Excessive

Soybean prices eased, underperforming grain futures, after industry data showed the US crush last month falling well short of expectations, failing to set a record as investors had expected.

Read more: Soy prices ease after US crush misses record high


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