December wheat was down 1 cent late in the overnight session. Outside market factors look negative today, as a strong US dollar and weakness in US equity and energy markets help to pressure. September wheat deliveries came in at 49 contracts this morning. News of exports from India, a higher than expected supply from Canada, and a run to the highest level since July 12th for the US dollar are factors which have helped drive wheat prices lower. Jordon is tendering to buy 100,000 tonnes of feed wheat. Continued fears of slower export business ahead helped to drive the market down and close lower for the third session in a row yesterday. A fairly aggressive long liquidation selling trend from speculators helped push the market to its lowest level since August 19th. Follow-through selling from higher than expected stocks in Canada and better weather for Australia were seen as negative factors. In addition, increased exports from India and a strong US dollar helped to pressure the market. The dollar strength continued late in the session to help keep pressure on grains. India's Trade Minister has indicated that the government will lift the ban on wheat exports that has been in effect since 2007. This is expected to reduce the strain on bulging government stocks. The food ministry then announced unrestricted exports of 2 million tonnes of wheat, and then the situation will be reviewed again. The EU granted export licenses of 415,000 tonnes of wheat this week. Traders see weekly export sales in the US, for release before the opening, near 400,000 tonnes. For the report on Monday, traders see ending stocks down about 10 million bushels from 671 million last month. Increased wheat feeding is seen as the reason for the tighter US ending stocks. Traders will also monitor the world production and world ending stock numbers.