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Quotes retrieved on November 30, 2020, 07:19:11 AM CST
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Wheat Bounces on Friday
Wheat futures clawed their way back higher on Friday, with KC leading the way, up 17 ¾ in nearby Dec. Chicago was up 7 ¼, with MPLS 7 ½ cents higher. This morning’s delayed Export Sales report tallied a MY high 795,698 MT of wheat sales during the week of...
Corn Posts Friday Gains
Corn futures rebounded from the Wednesday session losses, with gains of 6 ¼ to 7 ¾ cents on Friday. Private exporters reported 302,160 MT of corn to Mexico via the USDA mandatory reporting system this AM. USDA’s delayed Export Sales report tallied 20/21 corn bookings at 1.666 MMT for the...
Cotton Higher at Friday’s Close
Cotton futures saw gains of 73 to 99 points on Friday. USDA reported a total of 354,689 RB in export bookings during the week of November 19. That was the second largest this MY and 55.84% above the same week last year. Sales for 21/22 totaled 38,480 RB. Commitments for...
Hogs Close Lower to End the Week
Lean hog futures were steady to 22 cents lower in the front months on Friday. The CME Lean Hog Index for Nov 24 was down 32 cents at $67.38. The weekly Export Sales report showed 18,844 MT in export bookings for the week ending 11/19. Weekly pork export Shipments were...
Cattle Lower on Friday
Live cattle futures closed 70 cents to $1.20 lower in the nearby contracts on Friday. Feeder cattle futures were down 30 to 55 cents on the day. The 11/25 CME Feeder Cattle Index was $136.90, down 53 cents from the previous day. The USDA Export Sales report showed a net...
Soybeans Close in the Black on Friday
Soybean futures rallied 7 ¾ to 9 ¼ cents in the front months on Friday. Soybean meal was up $1.10/ton, with bean oil 63 points higher. The weekly Export Sales report, pushed back to this morning, indicated just 768,071 MT of soybean sales for the week ending last Thursday. That...

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