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Market LineCrop conditions brace for extended dryer weather which has put a strain on the market
Market LineCash trade stabilizes as cattle find strength in the market, pushing their way higher through the week
Market LineWith such a hot and dry summer, crops continue to be at the mercy of mother nature
Market LineWill the Corn market see record yield’s this year?
Market LineGrains saw a mixed market yesterday, as farmers across the west continue to adapt to grueling drought conditions
Market LineCorn and wheat find a nice boost in the market, despite warmer & dryer weather
Market LineWeather continues to be a key factor as the grain markets battle warmer and drier crop conditions than usual.
Market LineFeeder Cattle find resistance after kicking the week off, but overall holding solid numbers
Market LineGrains find themselves losing ground after Wednesday’s market came to a close, with recent rains partly to blame
Market LineCattle took advantage of a weaker grain market after the long weekend.
Market LineMarkets were closed yesterday due to the 4th of July, so let’s go to Virginia McGathey with the CME Group to hear the recap.
Market LineThe Grain Market heats up after the recent USDA Report, corn limiting up and wheat following suit
Market LineHotter and dryer weather will play a big factor on the grain markets in the coming weeks.
Market LineCattle see some pullback in the market as grains make a run to kick off the week
Market LineFeeder Cattle find support in the market as prices rallied to finish the week
Market LineLive cattle consolidate while feeders take advantage of lower feed prices
Market LineWith Argentina’s recent cutback on exports, US traders find new opportunity in the market
Market LineCorn finished the day lower on the spectrum as weather continues to be a key factor for futures
Market LineCattle trade somewhat easier to start the week, as volatility continues to be a factor.
Market LineGrains find momentum to finish the week, while cattle see red in the market.