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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of February 23, 2024, 08:11:07 AM CST or prior.

Commentary
Wheat Firming for Friday
Wheat prices are up by 1 ½ to 5 ¼ cents so far in early Friday futures trading. Chicago wheat futures finished Thursday UNCH to 2 cents stronger across the front months. KC HRW futures were 2 to 3 ¼ cents weaker at the close. The March SRW/HRW spread now...
Pork Export Demand Due Later this Morning
Lean hogs were $0.62 to $1.22 stronger on Thursday. That has April up by $1.97 for the week, after posting the strongest prices since March. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price increased by 58 cents to $73.20. The CME Lean Hog Index increased another $1.17 to $77.97 for 2/20. USDA’s...
Corn Futures Firm for Export Sales
Morning corn prices are up by a penny to 1 ¾ cents so far heading into the last trading day of the week. The front month futures dropped another 4 to 5 ¾ cents on Thursday, setting a new contract low for the 6th session in a row. The March...
Cotton Fading into Friday
The morning cotton market is trading 6 to 85 points lower, save for March which is up by 55. Open interest in the March contract has fallen to 2,142 contracts. The front month cotton market rallied on Thursday, with nearby March up 160 points, ending just 35 points under the...
Soybeans Mixed in AM Market
Soybeans are down by 2 to 3 cents in the old crop contracts this morning, while new crop futures are up by as much as 2 cents. On Thursday, soybeans fell by 10 ½ to 13 ¼ cents and left nearby March just a penny off the low for the...
NASS CoF Data Due After the Close
Cattle futures were lower on Thursday as traders squared up positions ahead of today’s USDA Cattle on Feed report. Fats stayed 47 cents to $1.15 weaker for the bell, with April 30 cents of the session low. Feeders finished in the black on Thursday, after March printed a $3.03 intraday...

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