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Sheridan, Indiana (46069)

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Wheat Fades for Mixed Friday
Winter wheat futures faded during the afternoon session to close firm on Friday. CBT prices ended the session mostly lower but within 1 1/2 cents of UNCH. KC HRW wheat also closed mostly lower within 1 1/4 cents of UNCH. Spring wheat futures stayed red and closed down by 6...
Friday Cattle Close Weaker
Front month fat cattle futures closed Friday’s session with losses of 37 to 95 cents. August fats maintained a 57 1/2 cent gain on the week from Friday to Friday, given the strength during Monday. Friday fat cattle trading has the board 22 to 80 cents red through midday. USDA...
Hogs Pull Back for Weekend
At the close for the last trade day of the week, lean hog futures were a dime to 95 cents in the red. August hogs closed $1.15 weaker from Friday to Friday, but October was $4.60 weaker. USDA’s National Average Base hog price for Friday was 88 cents weaker to...
Cotton Closes Red for Weekend
Front month cotton futures closed with Friday givebacks of 69 to 93 points. For December futures that was a net weekly move of 27 points, but futures traded within a weekly range of 304 points and posted a 91 cent LOC high. CFTC data showed managed money was 4,945 contracts...
Corn Futures Closed Double Digits Weaker
Going into the weekend, front month corn futures had given back 7 1/2 to 11 1/4 cents. December contracts closed the week with 3 up days vs. 2 lower, a range of 28 1/2 cents, but only a net 2 1/4 cent gain from Friday to Friday. CFTC’s weekly data...
Soybeans Weaken ahead of Weekend
Front month soy futures ended the Friday session with losses of 19 1/2 cents to 28 1/2 cents. November soybeans only had one red candle, but traded with a 55 1/2 cent range and a net loss of 2 1/2 cents from Friday to Friday. Soymeal prices were also red...

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