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Market LineCorn slipped further down the ladder to end the week with a 4½ % regression Friday, along with drought concerns in Brazil all factoring in.
Market LineAfter yesterday’s USDA Report, grains find themselves sharply lower across the board
Market LineFeeder Cattle made a good run yesterday, will the rally continue?
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Market LineVolatility continues in the corn market as prices fluxuate while we wait to hear the WASDA Report coming out later today
Market LineCattle hit the ground running to start the week, taking advantage of a weaker grain market
Market LineCorn finished the week on a hot streak as grains across the board followed the upward trend
Market LineHistoric runs in the Corn market this spring launch prices well into the $7 range as traders zero in on $7.25 mark.
Market LineFeeder cattle shifted higher yesterday after prices bounced off the bottom as traders took advantage of a weaker market
Market LineCorn strikes again as prices zero in on the $7 mark.
Market LineHave Feeder cattle finally hit the bottom or can we expect a similar trendline going into the week?
Market LineCorn rallied once again, to finish the week with a bang while cattle took the brunt of the blow
Market LineGrains found a little spark to close out the day, but concerns of drought could be a factor in the coming weeks
Market LineCattle continue down a rocky path as prices shift lower, traders looking for answers as fundamental factors suggest a bullish market
Market LineCorn cooled off a bit yesterday, but the bullish market continues to be driven by 3 main factors
Market LineThe grain market kicked the week off with a bang as grains continues to surge. Soybeans and Corn both hit 8 year cash highs, with tighter balance sheets driving the rally
Market LineTechnical indicators showing Corn could be on the verge of a break off as prices soared throughout the week
Market LineCorn limit up once again as grains collectively surge across the board