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Commentary

10/22/20:  First significant down day in wheat in what feels like 2 weeks.  Wheat boards closed down 7-9 cents this morning, while corn held strong closing up a couple.  Wheat markets were due for a breather, and about the only thing markets could point to today to be lower was wheat exports good but not great at 367K MT, low end of the expected range.  Corn exports strong at 1.83 MMT exceeding expectations.  Japan, China and Mexico all the big buyers.  Dryness persists in Russia/Ukraine and the US HRW belt.  Markets continue to be concerned about 2021 HRW crop, until rain shows up downside will remain limited, especially with Managed money pushing longs as well.

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Futures Quotes
Quotes retrieved on October 23, 2020, 06:28:36 AM CDT
Commentary
Soy Complex Pulls Back Gains -

Afternoon soybean trading led to some late session givebacks. Beans were firm to higher at the close, but were briefly in the red during the

Ag Market Commentary -

Thursday corn trading left futures 1 1/4 to 2 1/2 cents higher in the front months. The 2021/22 crop contracts closed 1 1/4 to 3 cents in the red.

Cotton Close in Black -

Front month cotton futures gained 58 to 90 points on the day. Despite Dec being up the most, it did not take out the 9 month high from yesterday.

Corn in Black at Close -

Thursday corn trading left futures 1 1/4 to 2 1/2 cents higher in the front months. The 2021/22 crop contracts closed 1 1/4 to 3 cents in the red.

Hogs Close with Limit Loss -

Dec hog futures closed limit down at the end of the session. The other front months were down $0.57 to $1.60 on the day. The expanded limit for

Cattle Close Lower on Thursday -

Cattle fell back triple digits on Thursday, which for Dec contracts was the 9th red candle from the last 11 sessions. Feeders were down 57 to 90

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