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“Lower prices may be needed to spur demand,” John Payne of Daniel’s Trading said. “The world has an abundance of exportable wheat and the competition between the EU/Ukraine and Russia is likely to keep prices low for the foreseeable future.”

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A number of factors pushed wheat markets lower — plentiful world supplies, slow demand and technical selling, Heesch said.

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Boxed beef cutout values this afternoon were higher on Choice and steady on Select on moderate to fairly good demand and light offerings.

Wheat futures are steady to 2 cents per bushel higher across the three U.S. markets early Tuesday, according to Brugler Marketing and Management.

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Wheat’s market traded “in sympathy with the row crops,” Ami L. Heesch of CHS Hedging said. Harvest is expected to begin this week, after rains delayed movement last week. Export inspections were reported in line with expectations.

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“Not much news,” CHS Hedging’s Steve Hyde said. “Hopefully weather will cooperate with producers this week to allow for better spring wheat harvest. World stocks continue to grow, demand is slack, but U. S. should be in better shape to compete for business given price levels at this time.”

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With strength in the other grains, wheat also borrowed to move slightly higher today. Strength in the U.S. dollar and plentiful supplies are limiting gains today, but scattered rains are halting spring harvest, Ami L. Heesch of CHS Hedging said.

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Boxed beef cutout values this afternoon were sharply higher on good demand and moderate offerings, USDA said.

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Wheat futures contracts are mostly 2 to 3 cents higher this morning, according to Brugler Marketing and Management.