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Market LineCattle continue to create demand, as prices hold firm in both live and feeders.
Market LineWheat jumped up to end the week last week, but cattle remained pretty range-bound.
Market LineHigh volatility in the cattle market has given way to a narrow trade range.
Market LineShort term bearish fundamentals but long term bullishness seem to be restricting the market movement.
Market LineTraders are watching the re-opening closely to see if beef values will hold as processing capabilities catch up.
Market LineWheat was up sharply on Thursday, and the cattle rally continues, led mostly by the feeder cattle market.
Market LineThe cattle markets are trying to reconcile with the spike in boxed beef as plants open back up.
Market LineCattle markets continue their unprecedented volatility on Monday.
Market LineNot much happening in the grains on Wednesdays but more positive momentum for beef.
Land & Livestock ReportLamb Industry Presses for USDA Meat Purchases
Market LineCattle markets continue to make limit moves almost on a daily basis. It was to the downside on Friday.
Market LineThese limit moves in the cattle markets have a lot of us wondering which way it will go.
Market LineCattle markets looking a little more positive in Wednesday’s trade.
Land & Livestock ReportPopular Livestock Analyst Gives Thoughts & Predictions on Cattle Market
Market LineCattle market feels oversold with emotions running high in the markets last week.
Market LineCattle was mixed on Friday, but Virginia McGathey says the technicals do not look favorable.
Market LineFeeder cattle traded nearly limit up for much of the day yesterday.
Market LineMarkets came back from the holiday break moving in a positive direction overall, especially in cattle.
Market LineNo big swings in the markets to start this holiday week, but plenty of talk about looking ahead to 2020.
Market LineMarketline Report for Friday, November 29th.