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Soybeans Firm up for Mixed Close
Beans initially started the last week of Feb with continued weakness to new lows for the move. Prices firmed up Monday afternoon and closed mixed, with fractional to 4 cent gains in old crop and fractional to 1 ¼ cent losses for new crop prices. New crop Nov is at...
Corn Rallies into Close on Monday
Corn prices ended the Monday session at or near the highs for the day with 6 ¾ to 8 cent gains. The May contract’s carry is 14 ½ cents at the close. New crop Dec remains a 50c premium to spot March prices. Dr. Cordonnier estimated the preliminary 24/25 corn...
Wheat Futures Rally on Monday
Wheat prices ended the first day of the last week of Feb with gains of over 1%. KC futures led the way, recapturing a premium to SRW in the lead month March contract, with 7 ¾ to 15 cent gains. Chicago futures were up by 3 ¾ to 8 cents...
Cattle Close Mixed in CoF Response
The cattle market was mixed on Monday with fats 12 to 57 cents higher and feeders 50 cents to $1.52 weaker. The April live cattle contract printed a $1.67 range on the day. CME reported a contract of heifers to be delivered to West Point. CME confirmed 16 deliveries against...
Summer Hog Premium Widens on Monday
Lean hog futures closed mixed on Monday, as the nearby April and May contracts fell 92 and 10 cents respectively vs the +30c gains in the summer months. The April/June spread had widened to $14.27 at the close. The July contract +$100 for the first time since Feb 2023. USDA’s...
Triple Digit Gains for Monday Cotton
Cotton futures were up by 62 to 165 points at the close for Monday. May futures printed a wide 240 point range on the day, with more than a penny on both sides of UNCH. The new crop Dec contract is now more than a dime/lb under spot futures. CFTC...


  


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