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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of March 22, 2023, 10:56:15 AM CDT or prior.

National Newswire

Cotton Higher for Midweek
So far the midweek trade has cotton up by 53 to 125 points. Cotton futures ended off their highs on Tuesday, but still went home in the black with help from a weaker US dollar. May cotton settled 131 points under its session high but held on to a 63...
Hogs Close Near Tuesday’s Lows
Hogs posted $0.30 to $1 losses on Tuesday, with contracts near their lows for the day. April is nearing life of contract lows. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog price was $1.60 higher to $78.06. The CME Lean Hog Index was back down by 46 cents to $79.55 on 3/17....
Cattle Mostly Bounced Yesterday
The front month fat cattle futures were 30 to 40 cents higher on Tuesday, but the deferred months dropped by 17 to 22 cents. Feeder cattle ended with 7 to 57 cent gains on the day. The Central Stockyards hosted FCE saw no sales between $162 bids and $164-165 asks...
Wheats Dropping Another Double Digits
The midweek wheat market is currently 10 to 15 cents lower after a mostly one directional overnight. Wheats extended the downside again on Tuesday by another 1-2% across the winter wheat markets. MGE wheat futures were down 5 3/4 to 6 1/2 cents on Tuesday. CFTC provided positions data as...
Red Start for Soy Trade
Soy futures are trading red across the markets. Beans are 5 to 10 cents lower, meal is down $3.50 to $4.50/ton, and soy oil is 3-11 points weaker. The nearby soy market ended the Tuesday session 13 to 19 cents lower. May beans printed a wide 32 cent range on...
Corn Red for Day Trade
Current corn prices are 3 to 7 cents in the red going into the midweek’s day trade. The corn futures market ended Tuesday’s session 2 3/4 to 4 1/4 cents in the red. The Dollar Index was lower again on Tuesday, going into the widely anticipated FOMC decision this afternoon....

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