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Quotes retrieved on November 27, 2020, 08:20:28 AM CST


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Corn Trading to Resume at 8:30 AM CST
Trading will resume this morning at 8:30 CST for an abbreviated session. US corn Export sales for the week of 11/19 are expected to be in a range of 0.8-1.4 MMT. That report is due out at 7:30 CST. Corn futures ended Wednesday with 5 ¼ to 5 ¾ cent...
Cotton 20 to 72 Points Higher
Cotton is trading 20 to 72 points higher to begin your Friday, after futures were 54 to 63 points in the red on Wednesday. The US dollar index has dropped to a 2 ½ year low, boosting commodities priced in dollars. On Tuesday, The Seam posted a sale of just...
Cattle Still Looking for Cash Trade Trend
Live cattle futures saw gains of 17 to 35 cents in the nearby contracts on Wednesday. Feeder cattle futures posted triple digit gains in the front months, with help coming from losses in the gran complex. The 11/24 CME Feeder Cattle Index was $137.30, up 18 cents from the previous...
Soybeans Called Higher for Friday Open
Futures trading will resume at 8:30 AM CST. Early calls are higher due to a weaker dollar and firmer trade in China on Thursday. Soybeans futures settled with 7 to 8 ¼ cent losses in the front months on Wednesday. The 7 ¼ cent losses was the largest move lower...
Hogs Bounced Wednesday, Cash Indications Mixed
Lean hog futures ended the Wednesday session with gains of 67 cents to $1.07 in the nearby contracts. December Pork Cutout futures were $1.07 higher on Wednesday. The CME Lean Hog Index for Nov 23 was down 13 cents at $67.70. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was down 50 cents...
Wheat Sharply Lower on Long Liquidation
Wheat futures took a nosedive in the winter wheat contracts on Wednesday, with MPLS down 7 to 9 ¾ cents. Nearby Chicago was down 24 cents on the day, the largest single day drop since August 12, 2019. Preliminary open interest data shows long liquidation, dropping 6,837 contracts. KC was...

NOTES
Co-Alliance, LLP will NOT accept the genetically modified version of Syngenta corn containing the Agrisure Duracade genetic trait until it has been approved by China and other major export markets.

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