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Market LineCattle continue to create demand, as prices hold firm in both live and feeders.
Market LineMarkets were mixed on Thursday and closed the day mostly sideways.
Market LineWheat with a strong day on Wednesday.
Market LineNot a lot of good news in the markets to start the week on Monday. Most futures were in negative territory, especially the wheat.
Market LineWheat jumped up to end the week last week, but cattle remained pretty range-bound.
Market LineCattle futures today didn’t do much, but Virginia McGathey says there is going to be a lot to watch in cattle markets.
Market LineThe market had enjoyed recent rallies despite some bearish underlying fundamentals.
Market LineMore demand has entered the corn market in the past week, particularly from China.
Market LineMany are wondering what’s coming next for the corn market. Scott Shellady sums up his thoughts.
Market LineThe USDA Report on Friday didn’t leave anyone with a more bullish feeling, and continued trade tensions with China are a factor.
Market LineMarkets were stronger on Thursday ahead of today’s USDA Report.
Market LineWeather markets can lead to price spikes but are usually short lived says Joe Vaclavik.
Market LineFollowing the long weekend, many traders are probably wondering: where do we go from here?
Market LineThis has been an eventful week in the grain markets launched by a surprising drop in corn acres from the USDA.
Market LineThe USDA shocked the corn market with their report on Tuesday.
Market LineCorn and wheat markets up sharply on Monday, presumably due to funds covering short positions ahead of the USDA Report.
Market LineMarkets were weaker going home on Friday especially in wheat.
Market LineHigh volatility in the cattle market has given way to a narrow trade range.
Market LineEthanol margins have been improving rapidly, which may be a bit more bullish the longer term corn outlook.