May wheat opened 14 cents lower on the session at 658 and established an early range of 655 1/4 to 664 1/4. The sharp rally in the US dollar and selling pressure in many commodity markets due to renewed global growth concerns and European debt concerns helped to pressure the market early in the session to push the market down to the lowest level since February 28th. Traders see a slight drop in ending stocks for the US and the world for the supply/demand update on Friday. Libya bought 65,000 tonnes of wheat from Russia in a tender today. May Minneapolis wheat is also down into the mid-session after closing higher for six sessions in a row.