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Cotton Futures Bouncing Back
Following the slide to start the week, cotton is currently rallying back by 53 to 125 points so far for Tuesday. May cotton saw a 281 point range on Monday, from -176 to +105 and settled 61 points lower. The other front months ended the day 35 to 74 points...
Hog Market Follows Sharp Monday Drop
The front month lean hog futures closed Monday’s trade with triple digit losses of as much as $2.10. For April, that brought lows not seen since October of 2021. The deferred months did print new contract lows on the day, which for July was $93.30. USDA’s National Average Base Hog...
Cattle Dropped on Monday
Cattle futures settled 30 to 87 cents in the red on Monday, buying the rumor and selling the fact after the Cattle on Feed report. Feeder cattle futures ended with 2 to 80 cent losses across the front months. Cash trade so far remains mostly unestablished, save for very limited...
Wheats Are at Overnight Highs
Wheat prices are near their overnight highs this morning with fractional to 5 cent gains across the classes. The wheat market traded lower on Monday in all three US markets. Chicago futures ended the session 9 3/4 to 13 1/2 cents lower. KC wheat futures settled the day down by...
Soy Higher for Tuesday Day Trade
Front month soy futures are trading higher early on Tuesday. Morning bean quotes are 1 1/2 to 7 3/4 cents higher, meal is up by $3.70/ton, and soy oil is 6 to 8 points in the black. Nearby soybeans were mixed yesterday, with new crop contracts lower all day. The...
Corn Bouncing for Tuesday
The overnight corn market saw the start of a Turnaround Tuesday, with prices 2 1/4 to 3 3/4 cents stronger and near their overnight highs going into the day session. Corn settled in the red on Monday, but futures were well off their earlier session lows. The front months bounced...

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