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Brugler Commentary
Wheat Futures Still Under Pressure Early Tuesday -

Wheat futures are 6 to 17 cents lower as we get into the Tuesday daytime session, with MPLS the firmest. On Monday, wheat prices ended the first

Cotton Futures Take a Stab at a Turnaround Tuesday -

Cotton futures are up 66 to 76 points this morning, making the best effort of the field crops thus far toward a Turnaround Tuesday following the

Soybeans Turn Mixed After Bearish Monday -

Soybeans lost a little momentum following the +2% drops sustained on Monday. They are 7 cents lower to 6 cents higher this morning, with spot July

Cattle Futures Hold Their Ground As Beef Prices Take a Breather -

Front month cattle futures closed a nickel in the black to $1.25 higher. June fats were up 67 cents but still a discount to the cash market. USDA

Corn Down 5 to 10 Cents in Early Tuesday Trade -

Corn prices are extending their Monday losses early on Tuesday, down 6 to 10 cents.  Front month corn futures ended the Monday session with 25

Hogs Drop in Tandem with Feed Grains -

The most active hog futures ended the session with losses of at least $1.75. June futures expired 20 cents higher. USDA’s National Average Base

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