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CBOT soybeans close near unchanged

CHICAGO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures finished near unchanged on Thursday after touching a nearly two-week high on solid demand, analysts said. * November soybean futures ended 1/2 cent higher at $13.82-1/2 a bushel, while January soybeans also rose 1/2 cent to close at $13.93-1/2. * The most-active contract earlier set its highest price since Oct. 14 at $14.05. * CBOT December soymeal closed $6.70 higher at $415.40 a ton. CBOT December soyoil fell 1.12 cents to close at 72.30 cents per lb. * The USDA said weekly U.S. soybean export sales totaled 1.026 million tonnes, in line with analysts' forecasts for 800,000 to 1.850 million. * Much-needed rain brought timely relief to drought-plagued farmlands in Argentina's main agricultural region on Wednesday, experts said, boosting prospects just as planting begins for the country's critical soybean crop. (Reporting by Tom Polansek; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)

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