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Market LineCorn continues to climb higher, starting the week with an 8-cent rally with the help of a weaker dollar
Market LineCattle rebound with helpful demand from packers driving prices higher
Market LineGrains saw a mixed market with wheat on the rise and corn and soybeans slipping lower.
Market LineThe cattle market takes another hit, as nationwide blizzards, and power outages slow packing plant deliveries.
Market LineGrains jump higher to start the week, here’s Scott Shellady with the CME Group to share more on the Soybean market.
The Agribusiness UpdateSyngenta Seeds Enogen corn helps cattle producers reduce environmental footprint, and International Trade Commission rules blueberry imports do not harm domestic industry.
Market LineLive Cattle strike while the irons hot, making their way higher to close the week over $1.25
Market LineCorn continues its roller coaster ride, with prices swinging 50 cents in just 50 hours to finish the day up 1% higher.
Market LineMore liquidation in the grain markets as prices sink lower after Tuesdays USDA report
Market LineSoybeans rock the boat again, with more range in the last 18 trading days than over the course of an average year.
Market LineCorn does it again, prices surge, and investors set their sights on the $6 mark.
Market LineLive cattle rallied early in the morning on Friday to settle just above the previous day, while feeders dipped into the red.
Market LineYesterdays USDA report brought a mixed trade to the grain market, corn and wheat’s rally quickly ran out of steam while Soybeans managed to hold their own.
Market LineCorn leads the rally in the grain market, traders focusing on contract highs and lows as an indicator to which direction the market will go from here.
Market LineCorn saw a small pull back yesterday, but long-term investors stay hooked as demand remains strong.
Market LineChina continues to drive grain prices, while corn steps into the driver’s seat leading the grain market.
Market LineThe rally in the grain market softened cattle prices as they lost most last week’s profits
Market LineWith new money entering the market, grains make a run for it yesterday, as wheat and corn prices surge.
Market LineWith the food industry slowly considering reopening, the beef market catches a glimpse of hope
Market LineGrains finished the week sharply lower, while cattle saw an opportunity and took advantage.