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SYDNEY, May 17 (Reuters) - U.S. wheat futures climbed on Thursday, extending gains from the previous session when the grain posted its biggest daily price rise in 6-1/2 weeks, on concerns about dry conditions damaging the winter wheat crop.
Chicago Board Of Trade July wheat futures rose 0.74 percent to their highest level since May 1 after soaring 5
percent on Wednesday, as weather concerns rattled the market.