The soybean CCI rating dropped below the five-year average for the first time this growing season.
June 1 inventories up 1.2% from year-earlier, lower than projected.
Corn, soybeans firmer but still down sharply for week on milder weather outlook; wheat drops near four-month lows.
Recessionary fears are building, which triggered heavy long liquidation in commodities last week.
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Grain futures rebound from sharp losses, big banks pass Fed stress tests, U.S. beef supplies up sharply.
Grain, soybean futures expected firmer in corrective bounce but still down sharply for the week.
USDA's Cold Storage Report signaled demand is not keeping pace with supplies amid near-record retail prices.