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Market Snapshot
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Pleasant Plains, Illinois (62677)

Current Conditions: Scattered Clouds
Temperature: 60°F Dew point: 41°F
Humidity: 49% Pressure: 30.08 in. Hg
Wind: 14 mph From: Northwest

Forecast

Thursday
Weather condition
Hi: 63°
Lo: 49°
Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 67°
Lo: 41°
Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 58°
Lo: 42°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 58°
Lo: 45°
Monday
Weather condition
Hi: 56°
Lo: 39°
Tuesday
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Lo: °

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Commentary
Hogs Higher on Thursday -

Front month lean hog futures closed the Thursday session with 2 to 17 cent gains. October contracts ended 17 cents lower and December was UNCH.

Corn Futures Double Digits Stronger -

Corn futures rallied double digits on Thursday. Old crop July closed 10 1/4 cents higher, but is still 40 3/4 cents below May with 6 trade days

Wheat Prices Gain on Thursday -

Thursday wheat futures closed near the highs with some double digit gains. CBT wheat futures ended the session 8 ¾ to 11 3/4 cents in the black led

Triple Digit Gains for Cotton -

Old crop cotton futures closed 325 points higher on Thursday. May futures expired at 89.48 cents/lb. New crop prices were 114 to 171 points higher

Soybeans Gain Double Digits -

At the Thursday close, soybean futures were 20 to 28 cents in the black. The May to July inverse tightened to 36 cents/bu by the close. New crop

Cattle Mixed with Higher Fats -

Fat cattle futures climbed back from midday lows and closed the Thursday session in the black. June fats were the strongest on the day with a triple

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