December wheat was up 4 3/4 cents late in the overnight session. Outside market forces are attempting to turn more positive with a weaker US dollar and a higher stock market trade overnight. With some indications that the Euro debt crises fears have eased for now, the focus of attention for the wheat market may shift to key USDA reports Friday morning, for September 1st wheat stocks as well as a production update. Adjustments in acreage and yield for the spring wheat crop plus talk of better than expected feed usage data are seen as key factors for these reports. Traders are looking for September 1st stocks to come in around 2.035 billion bushels, compared with 2.450 billion last year. Traders see all wheat production adjusted lower by about 35 million bushels from the current USDA estimate of 2.077 billion. In August, the USDA pegged other spring wheat at 522 million bushels, and traders see lower acres and lower yield pushing production below 495 million bushels for this report. Just after the close yesterday, Egypt announced another optional-origin tender. Traders will monitor the results closely this morning. Wheat followed the other grain markets sharply lower on the session yesterday, led by economic fears in Europe and London and fears that it will pull down world demand. A jump in the US dollar and weakness in energy and metals helped to pressure the market early in the session. Ideas that the market was slightly overbought after closing higher for the previous three sessions helped to spark selling. While other grains pushed to new lows for the move, December wheat managed to hold well above Monday's lows. The market found some underlying support from dryness concerns for the southern plains and from ideas that Friday's production report might come in below recent USDA estimates. Tunisia bought 75,000 tonnes of wheat in a tender for 67,000 tonnes, and also bought 50,000 tonnes of durum. Taiwan bought 52,920 tonnes of US wheat overnight.