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Quotes are delayed, as of March 04, 2024, 09:07:01 PM CST or prior.

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Soybean Futures Closed Firmer on Monday
The front month soybean market was off the highs by 10 cents for the day, though still 3 ¾ to 6 ½ cents higher to start the week. Soymeal futures closed $1.20 to $1.50 higher, but May was $4 off the high for the close. Soy Oil prices closed 1...
Nickel Gain for Corn Futures
The corn futures were 3 ½ to 5 ¼ cents higher on at the close. The May contract was up by as much as 9 cents on the day. Old crop futures led the way, though Dec remains a 33c premium to May. USDA flashed a 110k MT old crop...
Double Digit Gains for Hard Red Wheats
The wheat market finished the session with double digit gains in KC and MGE. KC futures closed near the session high with 1.7% to 3.9% gains. March was back above the $6 mark after a 22 ½ cent gain on Monday. Spring wheat futures 14 ¾ to 15 ¾ cents...
Cotton Recovers for Mixed Close on Monday
Cotton prices rebounded after gapping lower into the new week. Old crop futures stayed 40 to 99 points weaker at the close, while new crop futures were up by 31 to 35 points to start the week. The updated 7-day QPF from NOAA has heavy rain fall for central AL/GA...
Cattle Fade into New Week’s Trade
Live cattle futures began the week with $0.42 to $1.77 losses. April was just 20 cents off the session lows. Front month feeder cattle futures were $1.55 to $2.40 weaker. USDA confirmed light Friday cash action near $183-$184, matching the bulk of the week’s business. The CME Feeder Cattle Index...

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