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Brugler Commentary
Triple Digit Losses for Thursday Cotton -

Domestic cotton futures ended the Thursday session with losses of 128 to 131 points. New crop December closed 101 points weaker at 84 cents flat.

Soy Faded Midday Gains -

After posting gains of as much as 30 cents on Thursday, afternoon selling left the board just 3 to 4 cents higher. March, with no deliveries

Wheat Gives Back Midday Gains -

Wheat markets faded their midday gains and ended the Thursday session in the red. There were zero delivery notices vs. Chicago March wheat

Cattle Close Lower on Thursday -

Fat cattle futures ended the Thursday session with losses of at least 30 cents. April cattle closed at $118.55 after an 85 cent pullback. Thursday

Corn Ends Mixed on Thursday -

Afternoon selling left old crop corn futures 1 1/2 to 4 cents weaker, with March at $5.46 1/4. That is still a 13 3/4 cent premium to May. New crop

Hogs Close Mixed -

Lean hog futures spent most of the Thursday session flipping from positive to negative territory, but ultimately ended the session mostly lower

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