Wheat futures closed a quarter cent to 4.5 cents lower on the day. MPLS wheat was firmer than KC and Chicago due to heavy rains expected
Cotton futures closed 38 to 61 points higher on the ICE today. US export sales last week were stronger than some had expected at 142,800 RB.
Soybean futures closed up 21 cents in the front month, 18 cents higher for September and nearly 11 cents higher for the November
Hog futures closed 75 cents to $1.575 lower; spooked by a surge to a 3 year high in the US dollar index. This threatens to slow down already tepid
Corn futures closed more than 11 higher in the now-nearby July contract, but December corn futures ended the day down 4.5 cents. Producers
Cattle futures closed 50 cents to $1.175 lower on the day. Feeders were also lower with the May contract losing $1.125 and the Sep down