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COUNTRY – Soybeans are afraid of worries about fading outlook for US exports Agricultural commodities

                * Wheat, because tensions between Russia and Ukraine can jeopardize exports
* Selling US wheat to Egypt adds support
* Soybean corn down

(It prepares, updates prices, adds quotes, changes herbs, changes
date from previous SINGAPORE / PARIS)
Julie Ingwersen
CHICAGO, November 26 (Reuters) - Soy futures in the US have fallen
than 2 percent and approaching the four-week low Monday based on the chart
sales and concerns about the development of exports to the US
in the middle of the trade war with China, said traders.
Corn futures follow soybeans lower. But wheat futures have risen
on the fear that the Russian-Ukrainian tension could prevent crops
exports from the Black Sea
From 12:31 pm CST (1831 GMT), Chicago Business Council
January soy futures fell by 22-1 / 2 cents
$ 8.58-1 / 2 per bushel after immersion at $ 8.57, the contract is
lowest since 1 November.
The CBOT December cow was down 3-1 / 4 cents for $ 3.55-3 / 4 a
bushel after a blow of $ 3.55-1 / 4, the lowest since September 28, while
December wheat increased by 7 cents to $ 5.06-3.4 per bushel.
Sales of soybeans have accelerated as a mark on January
the contract has fallen below 50 days
The average value is almost $ 8.72.
Soy beans were under the pressure of fear of prolonged trade war
between the United States and China, by far the largest in the world
importer of soy. China buys Brazilian soybeans
during the conflict and may be able to continue to avoid
soybean, taking into account the expectation of early harvest in South America.
"The window for exporting soybeans to China is to a large extent
"said Terry Reilly, senior analyst for Futures
US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi
It is expected that Jingping will meet at the G20 summit
in Argentina this week, and Washington has to raise tariffs
to $ 200 billion in Chinese imports to 25 percent out of 10
in January unless agreement is reached.
"Merchants grow skeptically to see meaningful
Progress towards a trade agreement with China when President Trump a
President Xi has dinner on Friday, "INTL FCStone boss
commodity economist Arlan Suderman wrote in a client note.
Growing futures grew at a second session as news on the US.
the sale of wheat to Egypt and geopolitical tensions in the Black Sea
area triggered a round of short coverage.
"The tension between Russia and Ukraine during the weekend
could have an impact on the level of cargo from the port of Mariupol
because the equipment is currently subject to increased control, "
The French consulting company Agritel also said.
Mariupol is the export node of corn on the Azov Sea
in the Black Sea. This area was in the midst of the crisis
between Russia and Ukraine, which began on Sunday in Moscow
stopped three Ukrainian ships to enter the Azov Sea.

The Egyptian state grain seller last week said it had bought 240,000
tons of wheat in a tender on Thursday, of which half comes from
United States. And the US Department of Agriculture on
Monday confirmed a private sale of 120,000 tons of soft US
red winter wheat to Egypt.

CBOT prices from 12:30. CST (1830 GMT):
Net Pct Volume
Last change changed
CBOT wheat WZ8 506,75 7,00 1,4 29812
CBOT corn CZ8 355,75 -3,25 -0,9 226785
Soybeans CBOT SF9 858.50 -22.50 -2.6 101366
CBOT soya flour SMZ8 301,50 -4,30 -1,4 42009
CBOT soyoil BOZ8 27.00 -0.65 -2.4 57223
NOTE: CBOT December of wheat and corn and soybeans
in prices for bushel, December soybean flour in the dollar for a short
tonnes and december in cents per lb.

(Naveen Thukral's additional reports in Singapore and Singapore)
Sybille de La Hamaide in Paris; Editor Richard Pullin a
Edmund Blair)

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