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Commentary 

9/28:  Volatility remains high for all ag futures.  Wheat futures up 30c and yc up 3-4c. Macro markets and ag markets continue to feel uneasy about the war in the Black Sea.  Russia appears to be getting more desperate and continues to threaten more drastic measures including but not limited to the use of nuclear weapons.  Wheat boards up 30 cents past 2 days.  Previous two days of trade had us down roughly 50 cents so getting it all back today.  Wheat and row crops have been in an upward channel since Mid-August.  Crop reports out this Friday as well as month end and quarter end for the funds.  Expect trade to chop around violently up to the report.  Friday could very well be a tone setter for the next few months.  Although it is hard to see prices taking a major step back while the war continues to escalate and a peaceful resolution seems to be so far off. 

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Commentary
Red Close for Midweek Cattle -

The cattle complex continued its decline through the midweek session, ending with 52 to 67 cent losses in the fats and $0.32 to $1.12 losses in the

Wednesday Bounce for Cotton Market -

Midweek cotton closed the day with 40 to 87 point gains. Futures were trading lower again initially, but firmed up by midday. Ultimately, December

Wheat Gains +3% on Wednesday -

Wheat futures rallied for the midweek session. CBT futures closed 25 1/2 to 31 3/4 cents in the black on the day. That left December back above the

Hogs Closed Mostly Red -

The lean hog market built up the already wide spreads on Wednesday as October ended a net 67 cents higher. The other front months closed red with a

Corn Bounced on Wednesday -

Front month corn prices ended the midweek session with 3 to 4 cent gains. The December contract printed a double digit range on the day, working

Beans Close Black on Wednesday -

Soybean futures traded mostly lower on Wednesday, but bounced in the afternoon to close the day higher. Gains were limited to 7 cents in the front

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