Recap of Markets Last Week

Recap of Markets Last Week

Tim Hammerich
Tim Hammerich
News Reporter
Tim Hammerich with your Market Line Report for Monday, January 20th.

A lot of noise last week with trade deals meeting or not meeting market expectations. Here’s Virginia McGathey.

McGathey…”The cattle was very steady today. It seems like there's been a medium kind of cash trade right now, and the winter storm ahead is definitely adding a little bit of pressure to the market. Even the feeders were a little bit easier today. They were a holding on to yesterday's at rebound because the market was kind of all over the place.”

Taking a look back on last week’s market performance,

Chicago Wheat futures closed up $0.05 ¼ to $5.70 ½ putting that market up $0.05 ¼ on the week.

March Corn closed up $0.13 ½ to $3.89 ¼. That market down $0.02 ¾ on the week.

Kansas City Hard Red Winter Wheat futures closed up $0.09 ½ Friday at $4.94 ¼, bringing that market down $0.02 ¼ overall on the week.

Not much changing for cash bids in Portland. Soft white wheat of ordinary protein unchanged on Friday at $6.20 to $6.25.

Club Wheat of Ordinary Protein also unchanged at $6.25 to $7.95.

Dark Northern Spring wheat did spike $0.09 ¾ on Friday. Those bids now range from $6.95 to $7.30 for 14% protein.

Live Cattle futures closed up $0.22 ½ to $126.35 on the February board down a dollar on the week.

March Feeder Cattle were up $0.17 ½ on Friday to $145 even. That market down $2.25 net on the week.

Class III milk with another positive day on Friday up $0.13 to $17.43. That market up $0.53 from last Monday’s open.

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