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Commentary

11/23/20: Wheat futures up 2-6c and YC up 3c. YC near highs and wheat down 15c.  Markets taking a breather as South America got big rains with more moisture on the forecast (including for the Black Sea). The USDA Weekly Wheat exports very weak for everything except SWW, all wheat export sales were 192k mt and SWW was 153k mt of it!!  SWW is 44% ahead of last year's pace as China booked a couple more cargos. Corn exports were solid with the usual suspects. Aussie wheat crop looking large and will need homes and now markets are talking about India ... they may be a net exporter for wheat later this year.   

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Futures Quotes
Quotes retrieved on November 24, 2020, 03:04:15 PM CST
Commentary
Cotton Retreating Triple Digits on Tuesday -

Cotton futures are down 116 to 126 points at midday, taking some money off the table following Monday’s 18 month high. With Monday first Notice

Hogs Mixed Following Cold Storage Report -

Lean hog futures are mixed on Tuesday, with the front months 20 to 60 cents lower and April up 12 cents. December Pork Cutout futures are $1.10. The

Wheat Bounces from Overnight Lows on Poor Condition Ratings -

Wheat futures are 5 to 8 ½ cents higher across the three exchanges at midday. Day traders are ignoring the lower action in the less active

Corn Bouncing from Lows, on Turnaround Tuesday -

Corn futures are down 1 to 2 ¾ cents in the front months on Tuesday, with Dec 21 unch. Following two days of gains and matching or making contract

Beans Retreating on Tuesday -

Soybeans futures are trading mostly lower in the nearby contracts at midday, bobbing off overnight lows. After failing to breach the mental $12

Cattle Shrug Off Cold Storage Report -

Live cattle futures are up $1.17 to $1.62 at midday. Feeder cattle futures are also higher, with nearby Jan up $1.27. Monday afternoon’s Cold

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