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Cattle Market Falls Triple Digits
After a recovery in corn prices, cattle futures closed the Thursday session with losses of $0.87 to $1.47. Thursday cash trade was seen at $120-$122 for the South, and $125-$126 in the North. Both were firmer than last week. USDA mentioned the bulk of Southern deals through Thursday had been...
Hogs Close Triple Digits Red
October hogs ended the Thursday session with a limit $3 loss. With that the complex will utilize the $4.50 expanded limits for the last trade day of the week. The other front moths were also down by triple digits on Thursday, save for August which was UNCH at $109.47 with...
Corn Closes in Black on Thursday
A slow afternoon left prices 5 1/4 to 10 cents in the black for the close. Sept corn retook the premium to December contracts on their double digit move, closing with a 2 3/4 cent inverse. IHS Markit estimated the national average corn yield at 176.5 bushels per acre, for...
Wheat Markets Mixed at Close
Front month winter wheat futures were lower again on Thursday, while spring wheat ended in the black. CBT wheat futures were 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 cents weaker at the close. KC HRW futures were down by 1 3/4 to 3 cents on the day. MGE spring wheat closed with...
Beans Extend Gains through Thursday
Going home on Thursday, soybean futures were 1 1/2 to 3 3/4 cents in the black. Soy oil futures lagged through the day, ending the session with 30 to 85 point losses. Meal futures were $3.60 to $4/ton higher at the close. BO futures are mixed to mostly lower with...
Cotton Market Closes Black
After trading firm at midday, afternoon adjustments left the cotton futures complex 32 to 45 points higher. December contracts got to within 10 points of the LOC high, but ended the day with a 37 point gain to 90.68 cents/lb. USDA’s weekly Export Sales report had 17,132 RBs of old...

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