March wheat down 3/4 of a cent late in the overnight session. A weaker US dollar helped provide some outside market support. Wheat has closed higher for seven sessions in a row, and a lull of new news overnight helped the March contract pull back to lower on the session after first posting a new high for the move. March wheat closed sharply higher on the session yesterday and came within 3 cents of the August peak, while other contracts pushed to new highs for the move. In addition, European wheat futures pushed to new contract highs, as strong buying from North African countries lent support. Nearby Kansas City wheat pushed to a new 29-month highs. Continued strong export news and ideas that the rally is attracting increased, not decreased, demand helped to drive the market sharply higher early, with most contracts, except March, moving to new contract highs. July wheat pushed past $9 as continued dryness in the US and a dry forecast from China's producing regions lent support. July pushed to as high as 909 overnight before a setback to near unchanged late in the overnight session. Algeria bought 800,000 tonnes of milling wheat after their Prime Minister urged more immediate imports. Iraq is tendering for 100,000 tonnes of wheat. Protests over food inflation in Egypt and more issues in Tunisia have provided underlying support. Dry weather in the southern plains and the threat of cold weather moving down from Canada next week that might threaten some crop damage helped to provide some support as well. Traders see a chance of some rain for Oklahoma and Texas next week, but Kansas is expected to remain dry. China wheat officials indicated overnight that the drought conditions in their growing areas are not as bad as the 2008/09 drought and suggested that the crop will be OK with rains in February. Traders will monitor the weekly export sales report in the morning, with many traders looking for sales near 1 million tonnes, up from 1.147 million last week.