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Wheat Futures Higher in Turnaround Tuesday Attempt
Wheat futures markets are 6 to 9 cents higher this morning. They had begun the new trade month with Monday losses. SRW futures ended 6 to 11 1/4 cents weaker with May contracts at $6.50 1/4. HRW prices closed down 8 to 10 1/2 cents. The new crop SRW/HRW spread...
Corn Down 2 to 3 Cents Overnight
Additional selling overnight has corn 2 to 3 cents lower to start the Tuesday session. Front month corn futures ended the session 8 to 9 1/4 cents weaker. March closed yesterday at the low of $5.47 1/2. New crop contracts ended 2 to 3 3/4 cents weaker, eating into some...
Cattle Futures Back Off But Maintain Premium to Cash
At the close on Monday, finished cattle futures were 20 cents to $1.02 weaker, with April now $118.97. Cash cattle sales are generally quiet early in the week and are yet to establish. Last week’s business was near $114 – firm with the previous two weeks. Feeder futures also pulled...
Soybean Futures Lower, Recover As Dollar Rally Fades
Soybeans start the Tuesday session 3 to 6 cents per bushel lower. Yesterday, front month soybean futures ended the first trade day of the month 10 1/2 to 13 cents in the red. A stronger US dollar was a bearish influence yesterday and last night, but the currency has faded...
Hogs Higher and Cutout Futu5res Soar
Afternoon lean hog trading faded the early session highs, but hogs still ended in the black with 57 to 77 cent gains. April hog futures ended at $87.72, and May at $89.57. The CME Lean Hog Index was $80.70 on the 25 th , up from $79.95. USDA’s National Average...
Cotton Futures Begin Tuesday in Bear Territory
Cotton futures are 35 to 56 points lower to start the potential Turnaround Tuesday session after a strong start to the week. At the close on Monday, front month cotton futures were 274 to 275 points higher. March ended at 90.26 cents/lb on Monday with 6 trade days left and...

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