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Ag Market Commentary
- Cotton Fades to Close May
- The cotton market settled 50 to 74 points lower on the last trade day of the month. July futures saw a 9.42c range through the month from -224 to +718 points and finished a net 2.68 cents higher. December futures closed the month of May with a net 163 point...
- Hogs Extend the Rally with Another Triple Digit Day
- Lean hog futures followed their limit bounce out of Memorial Day weekend with another triple digits to the upside. Futures were up $0.97 to $3.80 on the day. That limited the monthly net change for the June contract to a $9.12 loss. July hogs closed the month with a net...
- Wednesday Cattle Close Higher
- Front month cattle futures were 2 to 67 cents higher on Wednesday. June contracts stayed in a $1.25 range on the session. June cattle futures printed an $8.07 range during May for a net $3.65 gain on the month. The weekly FCE hosted by Central Stockyards had 1,477 head listed...
- Mixed Wednesday for Wheat Futures
- Minneapolis wheat futures stayed in the red while the winter wheats found afternoon strength. At the close front month HRS futures were down 3 1/4 to 13 cents. That completed the monthly move for July with a 23 3/4 cent loss. CBT SRW futures were a penny to 3 1/4...
- July Soybeans Closed in the Black
- Beans firmed up for their close on Wednesday, with July even rallying back 19 cents from the intraday low to end 3 ¼ higher. July was still a tick under the $13 round number at the settle. For the full month of trading, July soybean futures printed a $1.76 range...
- Corn Clawed Back for the Close
- Corn prices were mostly weaker at the end of Wednesday, though July rallied back from 16 1/2 cent losses to end UNCH on the day. The new crop market also firmed up for the close, but was still 3 1/4 to 3 3/4 cents lower. Old crop’s July contract had...