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Brugler Commentary
Corn Lower to Begin Monday, But Off of Lows -

After the Friday big break lower corn futures are a modest 1 to 3 cents lower this morning. On the last trade day of last week prices had declined

Wheat Futures Trading Both Sides of UNCH -

Monday wheat trading is starting out on both sides of UNCH, down 2 ½ to up 1 ¾ cents. The wheat complex also fell in the broad grain selloff ahead

Cotton Futures Rebound from Friday Sell Off -

Cotton bulls are working hard to erase Friday losses, which came after hitting contract highs on Thursday. This morning, futures are up 55 to

Cattle Futures Start Week Reacting to COF Report -

Friday’s limit gain in April feeders has the market set for expanded limits today of $7.50 for feeders and $6.00 for finished cattle. On Friday

Soybeans 2 to 4 Cents Lower After Major Hit on Friday -

Beans are trading 2 to 4 cents lower to start the new week, and more than a dime above their overnight lows. On the last trade day of last week,

Hogs Post Double Digit Gains -

Lean hog futures ended Friday with gains of $1.52 to $2.25. Pork cutout futures ended the session with gains of $1.35 to $2.95. The 1/19 CME Lean

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