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AM Cotton Prices In Black
Cotton is trading mixed with the most active months 6 to 57 points higher so far for Tuesday. October and the deferred contracts are down by 2 to 40 points. Yesterday, futures slipped in the afternoon as July settled the day down by 126 points. December was 32 points off...
Summer Hogs Pause Last Week’s Rally
June, July, and August hog futures took a step back on Monday led by a $1.40 drop in June. The back months extended the rally, ending the day with $0.57 to $1.10 gains. June hogs were still at an $11 premium to Dec at the close. USDA’s National Average Afternoon...
June Cattle Enter Deliveries
CME reported no delivery notices on FND with the mostly positive basis; the oldest dated long was marked October 25th - there were still 16,056 contracts opened at the settle. Monday’s market worked higher to start the week, but futures were off their highs for the close. June futures were...
Wheats Rallying into Tuesday with Black Sea Updates
Wheat prices are rallying as much as 3% in early Tuesday market activity after a dam was bombed in Kherson Ukraine. CBT SRW prices were up by 3 1/2 to 5 cents by the Monday close. KC HRW ended with 7 3/4 to 10 cent gains across the front months....
Tuesday Soybeans Higher in AM
The early action in the soy market has beans working 3 to 5 cents higher. Meal is also up though BO is slipping so far. Beans ended Monday with 1 1/2 to 4 1/4 cent losses. Preliminary open interest shrank 4,560 contracts, mostly long liquidation in the nearby July. Soybean...
Corn Futures Rallying Back
Corn futures are trading back in the black after Monday’s fade. July is leading the way with an 8 cent gain so far for Tuesday. Front month corn futures worked lower on Monday, closing down by 11 1/2 cents in the July contract. The other nearby contracts were down by...

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