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Corn, Wheat, Soy May Decline as USDA Projects Inventory Gain

What follows are opening calls for U.S. grain and oilseed markets.

-- Corn futures may open 10 cents to 15 cents a bushel lower on the Chicago Board of Trade after the U.S. Department of Agriculture said domestic inventories will be larger than analysts expected, said Jason Britt, the president of brokerage Central States Commodities Inc. in Kansas City, Missouri.

-- Wheat futures may open 5 cents to 10 cents a bushel lower on the Chicago Board of Trade, the Kansas City Board of Trade and the Minneapolis Grain Exchange after the government reported that U.S. stockpiles next year may be bigger than analysts expected as exports slow, Britt said.

-- Soybean futures may open 10 cents to 15 cents a bushel lower in Chicago on the prospect of larger grain supplies, Britt said. Soybean-oil futures are expected to open 0.25 cent to 0.3 cent a pound lower, and soybean-meal futures may open down $3 per 2,000 pounds, he said.

-- Corn futures may open 8 cents to 10 cents a bushel lower on the Chicago Board of Trade after the U.S. government boosted its

-- U.S. corn reserves before the 2012 harvest may rebound from a

-- U.S. farmers will harvest 18 million bales of cotton, less

-- U.S. winter-wheat production may fall 4.1 percent from last

-- Commodities fell for the first time in three days, led by silver and oil, and U.S. stocks retreated as reports on

-- More than 1 million acres of Arkansas farmland is under water

-- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. raised its wheat-price forecast,

-- U.S. soybean inventories will be in a “slight surplus” in

-- Russia’s wheat harvest may rise 33 percent in 2011 after

-- Russia will get average temperatures and rainfall this month,

-- France won’t have “a very good year” for wheat this year,

-- The European Union intends to increase tariffs on developing

-- Japan bought 102,600 metric tons of feed barley and 6,100

-- China’s Three Gorges Dam has increased water supply flows to

-- China’s soybean imports for the year ending Sept. 30 may

-- Yuan appreciation can “in theory” help curb inflationary pressure in the world’s second-biggest economy by easing the

-- China sought opinion from experts on the commercialization of

-- Ships in Brazil, the world’s largest sugar grower and exporter, are waiting more than 40 days to load the sweetener,

-- Palm-oil futures advanced for a third day after a climb in

-- The Indonesian government is considering lowering the maximum

-- JBS SA, the world’s biggest beef producer, expects grain

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