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Wheat Now Net Higher for the Week into Wednesday
Wheat prices are starting off Wednesday with follow through gains of 3 to 8 cents across the domestic futures. The OI data from CME has Dec contracts in Chicago with 13,182 (v.s. 147k for Mar), 4,710 in KC (v. 133k), and 8.5k in MGE compared to 43k for March contracts....
Soy Mixed into Midweek
The Wednesday soy market is trading mixed so far, with soy oil fading by 52 points and meal bouncing by $1/ton. Beans are also mixed with fractional weakness in the back months and 24/25 contracts, but fractional to 2 ¾ cent gains Jan through July. The soy complex was mixed...
Expanded Limits Following Jan Feeders’ Limit Gain
After hitting new lows for the move, live cattle futures rallied back $2.87 to $4.20 across the nearbys. The Feb contract was $1 off the session high, but still up by $4 on the day. Feeder cattle also bounced back with very strong triple digit gains including a limit up...
Hogs Rally Triple Digits on Tuesday
Hogs recovered after the Thanksgiving week losses, closing Tuesday 1.2% to 3.2% in the black. Feb futures were $2.10 higher. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was down another $0.42 to $58.43 for Tuesday’s PM quote. The CME Lean Hog Index dropped by $1.27 to $72.33 on 11/24. The National...
Cotton Extending Bounce into Midweek
Cotton futures are another 56 to 75 points higher in early Wednesday futures action. After a wide ranged session, the cotton market closed 1 to 41 points in the black on Tuesday. Futures are still at a loss for the week to date, with March down by 139 after Monday....
Neutral Start for Midweek Corn Market
Corn futures are off their overnight lows and looking to start mostly UNCH to fractionally weaker into the weekly EIA ethanol production report. Corn initially worked on a Turnaround Tuesday but faded through the afternoon. Only the September 2024 and later contracts were able to settle higher. Nearby December futures...

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