Business Recorder (17/05/2020) - ICE Canadian canola futures edged down on Thursday for a second straight day.
Canola was very steady and did not want to move around a lot on what was a quiet trading day in both the canola and soy markets, a trader said.
Most-active July canola fell 80 cents to $470.70 per tonne.
July-November canola spread traded 2,507 times.
Seeding progress in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan is at 18%, which is below the five-year average of 25%, the provincial government said in its weekly crop report.
US soyabean futures fell for a third straight day.
The Canadian dollar hit a one-week low against its US counterpart on Thursday as domestic data showed a bigger-than-expected drop in manufacturing sales and ahead of a Bank of Canada assessment of risks to the financial system.
Euronext August rapeseed futures rose and Malaysian July palm oil futures fell.
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