Wheat futures climbed Wednesday after the U.S. department of Agriculture lower its forecast on U.S. wheat manufacturing for the 2016/2017 crop yr by eleven million bushels. alternatively, it additionally raised its projection for U.S. ending shares by 38 million bushels, noting that reduced supplies are “greater than offset via lower projected use.” December wheat WZ6, -1.47% rose 1.three% to $ four.12 half of per bushel in Chicago. Futures prices have not settled at a level that high given that late August, according to FactSet information. November soybeans SX6, -zero.10% traded at $ 9.sixty seven a bushel, up 1.3%. It hasn’t settled at a level that prime in over a week. December corn CZ6, -1.74% rose 0.four% to $ three.forty seven a bushel.