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2/23/24: Spring wheat and corn making new lows this morning.  HRW and Chicago are 5-10 cents away from the lows made last week.  Rally was short lived and was met with strong selling resistance throughout the US as there is still a lot of wheat and corn left out there unsold.  Corn futures are only a couple cents a way from breaking through the $4 mark.  Wheat exports were under expectations at 233K MT, HRW at 98K MT was the most and it was all to the traditional seasonal buyers.  Corn sales were in line with expectations at 820K MT, Mexico, and Columbia the main buyers.  Around 100 days until the US starts wheat harvest again.       

**USDA report out 2/8/24: Domestic wheat ending stocks were raised from .648 billion bu to .659 billion bu.  BY class numbers for wheat had HRW raised from 274 mbu to 279 mbu while SRW was raised from 107 mbu to 111 mbu.  Spring, SWW and Durum left essentially unchanged.  Domestic corn ending stocks were raised from 2.162 billion bu to 2.172 billion bu.  World carryout corn was lowered from 325.2 MMT to 322.06 MMT while world carryout in wheat was lowered from 260.03 MMT to 259.44 MMT.  Corn and Bean carryout in Argentina were left completely unchanged at 55 MMT and 50 MMT.  Brazilian corn carryout saw a slight decrease from 127 MMT to 124 MMT while beans dropped from 157 MMT to 156 MMT. 

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Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of February 25, 2024, 05:43:12 AM CST or prior.
Cotton Stalls into Weekend -

The front month cotton futures were 10 to 100 points weaker in the active contracts on Friday. March futures printed a 73 point gain, though OI was

Wheat Maintains Weekly Gain Despite Friday Pullback -

Wheat futures faded into the weekend, but held onto a weekly gain. Chicago futures were down by as much as a dime on Friday, though March was still

Cattle Rally Triple Digits into Monthly Report -

Live cattle futures were up by $1.32 to $2.10 on Friday with a triple digit bounce into the CoF report. Feeders closed up by as much as 1.3% on the

Hog Futures Push Higher into Weekend -

The lean hog market ended Friday with another 45 to 60 cent gains, which left April $1.97 higher for the week. The July contract closed +$100 for

Beans Close Red on Friday -

Soybean futures fell by as much as 14 ¾ cents across the front months on the last trade day of the week. March beans finished at a new contract low

Sub-$4 Corn! -

The lead month corn contract closed below the $4 mark on Friday for the first time since the fall of 2020. March options also expired on the day

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