SOYBEANS, GRAINS LITTLE CHANGED HEADING INTO YEAR’S LAST TRADING SESSION

Soybeans, corn and wheat were all little changed in overnight trading amid light trading heading into the last business day of 2016.

Investors likely won’t want to get too long or short before heading into the three-day weekend and the new year. It’s been a volatile month as traders weigh strong demand for U.S. products against ample supplies.

Sales of soybeans since the start of the marketing year on Sept. 1 are up 27% versus the same period in 2015, while corn sales have jumped 76% year-over-year, according to the USDA. Wheat sales since the start of the marketing year on June 1 are up 32% compared with a year earlier, USDA data show.

Still, supplies are ample as U.S. growers likely produced record corn and bean crops this year.

Soybean futures for March delivery fell ½ cent to $10.12 ¼ a bushel overnight on the Chicago Board of Trade. Soymeal futures lost 60 cents to $318.40 a short ton and soy oil rose 0.10 cent to 34.89 cents a pound.

Corn futures lost 1 ¾ cents to $3.48 a bushel in Chicago.

Wheat futures for March delivery added 1 ¼ cents to $4.06 a bushel on the CBOT, and Kansas City futures lost 1 ¼ cents to $4.14 a bushel.

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