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* Quiet markets as holiday shuts U.S. government offices
* Trade awaits Thursday's monthly USDA supply/demand reports
* South American crop weather eyed
A trading range is expected for the next month.
SINGAPORE, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Chicago wheat was little
changed on Tuesday, a day after suffering its biggest one-day
loss in more than a month, as a lack of demand for U.S.
shipments in amply supplied world market kept a lid on prices.
Soybeans edged higher after closing marginally lower on
Monday while corn was largely unchanged.
* Wheat prices flat after Monday's biggest 1-day loss in a
* Market eyes USDA's monthly supply-demand report on
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Malaysia's palm oil stocks
at end-September rose 4 percent to 2.02 million tonnes from the
previous month, industry regulator the Malaysian Palm Oil Board
(MPOB) said on Tuesday.
Production in September fell 1.7 percent from August to 1.78
million tonnes. Exports rose 1.8 percent to 1.52 million tonnes.
A Thomson Reuters survey had pegged inventory levels to rise
3.2 percent to 2 million tonnes in September. Production was
seen up 1.5 percent at 1.84 million tonnes, while exports were
* Malaysia palm stocks rise for third month in Sept
* Hit key 2-mln-T level for first time in well over a year
* Boosted as exports come in weaker than expected
* Black Sea region dominates global wheat export market
* Market eyes USDA's monthly supply-demand report Thursday
(Adds quote, updates prices)
By Nigel Hunt
LONDON, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Chicago wheat futures fell to a
four-week low on Tuesday, with a lack of demand for U.S.
shipments in an amply-supplied world market dragging on prices.
ANKARA, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Turkey has imposed a requirement
that agricultural imports from Russia receive approval from
Turkish authorities starting from Oct. 9, Customs Minister
Bulent Tufenkci said on Tuesday.
Speaking at a ceremony in Ankara, Tufenkci said the decision
was taken as a reciprocal measure adding that the approvals will
be sought for nine products including corn, two kinds of wheat,
sunflower oil and pulp, paddy rice, dried peas.
(Reporting by Ercan Gurses; Writing by Ezgi Erkoyun; Editing by
KIEV, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Ukrainian farmers have harvested
43.7 million tonnes of grain in bunker weight with an average
yield of 3.86 tonnes per hectare this year, the agriculture
ministry said on Tuesday.
Farmers had threshed 11.3 million hectares of grain as of
Oct. 10, or 78 percent of the 14.6 million hectares sown with
The ministry has said that farmers had completed this year's
early grain harvest, threshing a total of 37.3 million tonnes of