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Quotes retrieved on April 02, 2020, 01:07:13 PM CDT
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Energy Commentary

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Market Commentary
Cotton Market Spikes Higher -

Cotton futures are bouncing by 171 to 138 points at midday, May is the highest so far and lightly traded Oct futures are UNCH. The weekly update to

Cattle Market Lower at Midday -

Cattle futures are trading $2.77 to $3.72 lower at midday, April cattle options expire tomorrow and delivery against April futures in theory begins

Soybeans Higher at Midday -

Bean futures are fractionally higher to 1 3/4 cents higher so far. Soymeal futures are $3.70/ton weaker, with nearby soy oil bouncing 13 points.

Wheat Market Down so far -

The wheat market is lower on weak export data. KC wheat is down the most at midday with May showing a 6 1/2 cent drop. May Chicago wheat is 5 1/2

Corn Bounces for Midday -

Corn futures are 2 3/4 to 3 3/4 cents per bushel higher so far on Thursday. USDA’s weekly Export Sales report revealed 1.075 MMT of corn bookings

Hog Market Limit Lower -

The front month lean hog futures are down by expanded limits, with the April futures trading at a $3.55 loss. The March 31 CME Lean Hog Index was

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Futures Quotes
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Corn Commentary
Corn Bounces for Midday -

Corn futures are 2 3/4 to 3 3/4 cents per bushel higher so far on Thursday. USDA’s weekly Export Sales report revealed 1.075 MMT of corn bookings

Corn Market 2 to 3 Cents Higher -

Corn futures are 2 to 3 cents per bushel higher this morning. Corn suffered 6 to 10 1/4 cent losses yesterday after USDA showed producer intentions

Corn Lower on Wednesday -

Corn futures closed the day with 6 to 10 1/4 cent losses, with Dec futures down the most after USDA showed producer intentions to sharply expand

Corn Trading Lower on Wednesday -

Corn futures are down by as much as 8 1/4 cents in the front months, Dec is the weakest so far. EIA data from the week ending March 27 showed

Corn Market Down 2 to 3 Cents Overnight -

Overnight trading led to 2 to 3 cent per bushel declines for corn futures. Yesterday futures rallied back from a post report meltdown and ultimately

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