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AL_LS603 Las Cruces, NM Feeder Cattle September 20, 2021 Daily Import Total Sales September 17, 2021 Santa Teresa, NM. EST: 1700 Compared to Wednesday, steer calves and yearlings... (full story)


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WA_LS718 Des Moines, IA Fri Sep 17, 2021 USDA Market News Canadian Livestock Prices and Federal Inspected Slaughter Figures Info for Week Ending September 10, 2021 Area: Alberta Direct Sales, 4% Shrink Slaughter Steers, mostly Choice and Select 1-3, 1300-1500 lbs ... (full story)


Soybeans, grains drop in overnight trading; investors slash net-long positions in corn and beans. For the full update, click here. (full story)


AJ_PY029 Atlanta, GA Mon. Sep 20, 2021 USDA Market News Daily Weighted Average Trailer Load Egg Sales ... (full story)


Oil and products are off this morning in a general risk-off situation that has impacted almost all major commodities markets. Strength in the dollar and concerns about a weak stock market have traders giving into demand concerns. Yet on the other side, supply for oil and products will tighten despite... (full story)


NW_PY032 Des Moines, IA Mon. Sep 20, 2021 USDA Market News Weekly Canadian Eggs ... (full story)


After printing midday losses, lean hog futures rallied back to end the Friday session with $0.25 to $0.97 gains. December hog futures traded with a $2.70 range. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base hog price was another 16 cents weaker on Friday to $81.48. The CME Lean Hog Index for 9/15... (full story)


Corn prices were trading 5 to 8 cents lower going into the morning break. Weaker energy markets are a part of that. Front month corn futures settled a penny to 3 1/2 cents lower on Friday. December corn futures were 2 1/4 cents lower, limiting the weekly gain to 9... (full story)


Chicago soybean futures start the new week with double digit losses. Soybeans ended the session with Friday losses of 7 1/4 to 12 cents. November was the weakest on the day, adding to carry. From Friday to Friday Nov beans were 2 1/2 cents weaker. Soymeal futures ended the last... (full story)


Cotton prices start the Monday session with sharp 160 to 214 points losses. Chinese markets are closed for a holiday, but concern about the Chinese real estate bubble has traders increasing cash allocations. Cotton futures trading led the board lower this week, with Turnaround Tuesday’s close as the only up... (full story)


Wheat futures start Monday’s day session lower in all three markets, with KC HRW the weakest from overnight trading. After 3 days of gains, front month wheat futures slid into the weekend with givebacks. CBT futures ended 3 to 4 3/4 cents lower on the board. Friday HRW futures closed... (full story)


Live cattle futures ended the Friday session with triple digit losses for Dec – April. October and June contracts were each 80 cents lower on the day. USDA reported cash trade from $123 - $126 with TX sales mostly $124, and with $123 - $124 in KS and $125 in... (full story)


Crude oil finally broke out of a consolidation of wave B/2, so energy is now seen in a third leg of a recovery which can either be wave C or 3 (full story)


KO_LS800 Oklahoma City, OK Mon Sep 20, 2021 USDA-OK Dept Ag Market News The Oklahoma National Stockyards is estimating 7,000 head of feeder cattle and calves for the sale Monday 09/20/2021. Source: USDA Market News Service, Oklahoma City, Ok Joe Massey ... (full story)


CORN Corn futures eroded overnight on follow-through from Friday's weak finish. Strong harvest progress is seen weighing on last week's rally and forcing prices back into choppy, sideways trading ranges. Outside markets are also pressuring corn this morning with the dollar up 20 points and crude down 1.64. Dec corn... (full story)


On Friday the markets fell even though it was Quadruple Witching. Will we see the same today? (full story)


Sponsored by Pivot Bio PROVEN Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of near- or above-normal temperatures and near- or below-normal precipitation across most of the country. Cooler-than-normal conditions will be confined... (full story)


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Wheat (ZWZ21) is a bit wobbly to start the week, consolidating the mid last week bounce around a downtrend resistance (on the daily chart) connecting the August and early September highs.  Significantly, ZW is retesting the 50% Fib retrace of the July to August rally, and appears to want to consolidate further around the psychologically key 700 whole figure level.  (full story)


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Some foods are naturally fermented – which means they are broken down by yeast and bacteria – and that makes them good for our digestion. In this Healthy Living Bob Hutkins, who studies fermented foods at the Nebraska Food for Health... (full story)


Natural gas has been making higher lows over the past fifteen months. The energy commodity began making higher multi-year highs in June 2021. With the peak season for demand on the horizon, the price is trading above $5, a level not seen since February 2014. (full story)


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Ethereum (ETHUSD) spent the past week consolidating again near the 61.8% Fib retrace of the May-Jul Fall.  Significantly, the ETHUSD remains vulnerable to falling further this week as part of a healthy correction from the September high, particularly with ETHUSD testing upchannel support (on the daily chart).  (full story)


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The Barchart Chart of the Day belongs to the financial services company Blackstone (NYSE: BX ). I found the company by sorting Barchart's All Time High list first by the highest number of new highs in the last month, then used the Flipchart function to review the charts for consistent... (full story)


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The U.S. Corn Belt trended warmer and drier than normal, for the week-ending September 18. According to data from WeatherTrends360, the region ranked the fifth warmest and fourth driest in the last 30 years for this time frame. Although the... (full story)


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Rising ag baseline projections for the current marketing year could mean more cash lining ag producers’ wallets. A leading ag economist dissects economic factors within the ag economy to compare current trends with near-term projections. The... (full story)


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Post-Tropical Cyclone Nicholas will continue to produce relatively minor rainfall impacts across the South, where additional rainfall could total 1 to 2 inches or more. Meanwhile, a low-pressure system near the middle Atlantic Coast will approach... (full story)