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The International Grains Council raised to a 27-year high its forecast for world corn inventories, citing improved hopes for crops in Brazil, Europe and Ukraine, as it hiked again its estimate for grain supplies.

Read more: World corn stocks to hit 27-year high, says IGC

West Texas Intermediate crude headed for the first weekly gain in more than a month on speculation an improving U.S. economy will boost fuel demand.

Read more: Oil in N.Y. Set for First Weekly Gain in Six on Economy

Weather woes are mounting for coffee growers and coffee lovers.

Read more: Coffee Weather Woes Spread to Central America

Soybeans fell to their lowest intraday price for a front-month contract in almost four years, as September futures near expiration, spurring investors to close out their positions.

Read more: Soybean Futures Prices Tumble to Nearly Four-Year Low

Commodities revenue at the 10 largest investment banks increased to the highest level in two years in the first half because of the performance of power and gas, according to Coalition Ltd.

Read more: Commodity Income at Top 10 Banks Seen Climbing 21% in First Half

Crude-oil futures erased an early decline Thursday to show just minor gains after Kiev said Russian forces crossed into eastern Ukraine, seizing a coastal town and several villages.

Read more: Oil turns barely higher on rising Ukraine fears

Corn fell for a third day in Chicago amid expectations that supplies will be ample as most U.S. crops are developing in good condition.

Read more: Corn Extends Decline as U.S. Crop Seen Climbing to All-Time High

Global sugar consumption needs to outstrip supply by at least 3 million metric tons to 4 million tons before prices recover significantly, according to the International Sugar Organization.

Read more: Sugar Needing Deeper Shortages to Ensure Recovery in Prices

 
 
 
 
 

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