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- Cattle Modestly Lower on Beef Weakness, COF Followthrough
- At the Monday close live cattle futures were 22 to 57 cents in the red. Prices were adjusting to the larger than expected September 1 feedlot inventory. There were no cash trades reported on Monday; last week’s cash trade was mostly lighter in volume near $124. Feeder cattle closed with...
- Soybean Futures Down 3 to 4 Cents Early Tuesday
- Tuesday soy market activity is starting out a little bearish, down 3 to 4 cents. Bean futures closed the first trade day of the week with 2 1/2 to 5 1/2 cent gains. Deferred months were stronger, adding to carry from Nov. Soymeal prices ended the day $1 to $1.20/ton...
- Cotton Testing Life of Contract Highs
- Cotton prices are 63 to 90 points higher this morning, although still within Monday’s range. Cotton is not a player in Thursday’s USDA reports. This appears to be more of a speculative inflation play. Traders are ignoring the stronger dollar index. Futures closed up by more than 200 points through...
- Corn Futures Fractionally Lower As Harvest Advances
- Corn prices dipped 3 cents or more overnight, anticipating a Turnaround Tuesday correction after yesterday’s sharp rally. They are fractionally lower this morning. The US dollar index is re-testing the August 20 highs. On Monday, corn closed with double digit gains from net new buying, confirmed by a rise of...
- Hogs Limit Up in Some Contracts
- With a weekend break to digest the quarterly Hogs and Pigs report from NASS, lean hog futures rallied their daily limits. October contracts were the laggard, closing $2.97 in the black. December and Feb were up the $4.75 limit, while the other front months are at least $2. There was...
- Wheat Higher in Anticipation of Bullish USDA Moves
- Wheat markets were trading 1 to 3 cents higher heading into the morning break. On Monday, spring wheat futures extended their premium to winter wheat gaining 2 3/4 to 5 1/2 cents. Traders appear very confident that USDA will cut their harvested acres numbers for spring and white wheat on...