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Wheat futures are trading mixed at midday, and currently within a few cents of unchanged, after the front month contracts posted a range of more than 18 cents for all three classes. They were each up at least 4.25% for the week as of Friday. Support continues to come from possible Russian export limits, and also from weather forecasts in winter wheat regions. Informa published a 2015 Winter wheat acreage estimate that would be down slightly from 2014. The weekly Commitment of Traders report from the CFTC showed managed money accounts leaning more bullish than the previous week in their net long position in CBT wheat, adding a net 10,642 contracts during the week ending Tuesday, December 16. They went the other way with their net long in KC wheat, reducing it by -2,528 contracts from the previous report. Egypt bought 300,000 MT of French and Russian wheat over the weekend. US offers were reportedly almost $1 per bushel too high.