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Name Notes Basis Month Basis Cash Price Futures Change Futures Price
Quotes are delayed, as of July 19, 2024, 07:55:18 AM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.

 



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Quotes are delayed, as of July 19, 2024, 07:55:18 AM CDT or prior.

Commentary

Corn Bouncing into Friday
Corn prices are trading 1 to 3 cents higher on Friday morning. Futures closed out the Thursday session with contracts down 2 to 6 ¾ cents, as uneventful export data failed to give the market a boost. Thursday morning’s Export Sales report showed 437,840 MT of corn sold for old...
Soybeans Pushing Strength into Friday
Soybeans are posting 3 to 6 cent higher trade to start the Friday session. Nearby soybean contracts were nearly a dime off the lows to close with fractional to 2 ¾ cent gains. Soymeal futures rounded out the Thursday session with contracts steady to $1.90/ton lower. Soy Oil settled firmest...
Hogs Look to Round Out Stronger Week
Lean hogs were mixed on Thursday with contracts within 35 cents of unchanged at the close. The USDA National Base Hog price was reported at $85.39 on Thursday afternoon, up 31 cents from the day prior. The CME Lean Hog Index was $88.80 on July 16, up 18 cents from...
Cotton Slipping on Friday Morning
Cotton prices are down 33 to 53 points this morning. Futures closed out Thursday with losses of 14 to 32 points across most contracts. Thinly traded October was the lone exception, up 25 points. The US dollar index was back up 467 points, after hitting a 4 month low on...
Wheat Posting Friday Morning Strength
Wheat prices are higher to kick off your Friday morning. Futures were mixed on Thursday, with the winter wheat exchanges providing the weakness and spring wheat some strength. Chicago futures were down 2 ¾ to 4 cents across the board. MPLS spring wheat led the way higher, up 3 ¼...
Cattle Traders Dial Back Bets Ahead of CoF Report
Live cattle futures fell $1.52 to $2.55 on Thursday, as traders were busy positioning themselves for this afternoon’s CoF report. Some southern cattle traded at $187 to $188.50 this week. Northern trade has yet to be widely established, with some sales of $310 in the beef and live bids of...


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