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- Beans Staging Double Digit Bounce
- Turnaround Tuesday action has soybeans bouncing back from yesterday’s double digit drops with a double digit recovery through midday. Futures are back up by 9 ¾ to 11 ¼ cents so far. Soymeal futures are back up by $2.60 to $2.70/ton at midday. Soybean oil prices are the firmer of...
- Corn Extending Losses at Midday
- Front month corn futures continue lower after Monday’s losses with midday prices another 2 ½ to 3 cents lower so far. Aside from a heavy rain system in IN and OH into Canada, the updated 7-day QPF from NOAA has dry conditions for most corn area. That should help the...
- Cattle Market Bouncing Back for Midday
- Tuesday live cattle trading has the board staging a recovery from Monday’s session. Futures were higher to begin the day, but after a morning pullback midday prices are back to 22 to 50 cents in the black. Feeder cattle futures are looking to continue yesterday afternoon’s strength with midday gains...
- Hog Market Continuing Lower
- Lean hog futures are in the red for midday, with losses of $0.52 to $1.15. Early session follow through selling had the board even lower, as December was down by $2.52 at one point. USDA’s National Average Base hog price was delayed this morning, Monday’s PM price was $79.32. The...
- Cotton Market Bouncing Back Triple Digits
- After Monday’s risk off approach left cotton 284 to 343 points weaker, Tuesday’s midday has the market back up by 100 to 199 points. October is the strongest through midday, though OI is limited to 192 contracts ahead of FND on Friday. As of 9/19, NASS data showed cotton harvest...
- Wheat Market Trading Lower through Tuesday
- Domestic wheat markets are looking to extend the losses from Monday’s broad selloff with another double digit down day. CBT futures are down 10 to 11 ½ cents so far. HRW prices are 9 ¾ to 11 ¾ cents in the red. Spring wheat futures are trading 4 ½ to...