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Quotes are delayed, as of June 21, 2024, 11:26:44 AM CDT or prior.

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Soybeans Ticking Higher Heading into Weekend
Soybeans are posting 3 to 7 cent higher trade on Friday morning. They came out of the Juneteenth holiday in bear mode, with contracts down 4 to 18 ¾ cents at the Thursday close. Soymeal futures were steady in some of the back months to $7/ton lower for July. Soy...
Cotton Mixed on Friday Morning
Cotton prices are showing mixed action this morning, with front months down 12 to 50 points and new crop up 6 to 11. Futures reverted to weakness during the day session, despite earlier overnight gains. Contracts were down 7 to 74 points on the day. Outside factors are offsetting, with...
Corn Trying to Claw Back Higher on Friday Morning
Corn prices are trading with 1 to 2 cent gains, as the market rounds out the week. Futures collapsed into the Thursday close, as contracts were down 4 ¼ to 11 cents on the day despite a solid round of EIA corn use data. July options expire on Friday, with...
Cattle Look to Trade Ahead of CoF Report
Live cattle futures posted mixed trade on Thursday with front months 40 to 45 cents higher and other contracts 5 to 50 cents lower. Trade talk has regionals and majors bidding $310-312 in the north, with asking prices $315 or higher and up to $200 live. Thursday’s Central Stockyards Fed...
Hogs Resume Retreat on Thursday
Lean hog futures gapped lower out of the holiday, as contracts were down $1.47 to $2.62 at midday and settled $2 to $2.62 lower in the first three delivery months. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 13 cents at $90.72 on June 18. Typical seasonal strength has been muted...
Wheat Trying to Recover on Friday
The wheat complex is trading with slight gains after a week of losses to start your Friday morning. They closed with losses across the three markets on Thursday. Chicago saw losses of 9 ¼ to 14 ¼ cents across the board. Kansas City contracts were down 7 to 13 ¼...

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