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Robert L. Braden

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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of July 04, 2022, 04:04:38 PM CDT or prior.
Local Weather
Weather radar map

Knippa, Texas (78870)

Current Conditions: Few Clouds
Temperature: 102°F Dew point: 64°F
Humidity: 29% Pressure: 29.97 in. Hg
Wind: 12 mph From: South

Forecast

Monday
Weather condition
Hi: 99°
Lo: 75°
Tuesday
Weather condition
Hi: 99°
Lo: 76°
Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 98°
Lo: 76°
Thursday
Weather condition
Hi: 100°
Lo: 77°
Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 101°
Lo: 77°

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Commentary
Hog Market Built on Nearby Premiums -

Positioning into the 4th of July weekend left the lean hog board mixed. Nearby futures added 47 to 87 cents and extended their premium. The other

Friday Losses for Cotton Futures -

Cotton futures closed 26 to 164 points weaker going into the Independence Day holiday weekend. Dec contracts printed a wide 410 point range, and

Live Cattle Futures Rally but Close Off Highs -

Nearby fat cattle futures faltered into the close on Friday, leaving ~$1 on the table. Prices were still up by $0.82 to $2.02 on the day – led by

Corn Lower into Weekend -

July corn futures closed up by 10 3/4 cents as the delivery process is underway and OI shrinks. New crop contracts ended the day with 9 to 12 1/2

Wheat Fades into Weekend -

Going into the Independence Day holiday weekend, the wheat market fell by about 4%. Chicago futures ended the day with 32 1/2 to 38 cent losses. KC

Sharp Soy Losses for Friday -

Nearby soybean futures fell 49 to 62 3/4 cents on Friday going into the July 4th holiday weekend. Meal futures were also down $10.20 to $14.90/ton

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