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Varna, Illinois (61375)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 31°F Dew point: 18°F
Humidity: 58% Pressure: 30.39 in. Hg
Wind: 15 mph From: South


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Market Commentary
Wheat Closes with Losses on Friday -

March wheat options expired on Friday. Chicago SRW futures closed 9 cents lower on Friday, but that didn’t erase the week’s gains as CBT wheat

Cotton Mixed to Mostly Lower -

Cotton futures moved 37 to 40 points lower in the deferred contracts, while March cotton closed Friday’s session with an 18 point gain. March

Cattle Closes Lower before CoF Data -

Live cattle futures ended the Friday session with $0.37 to $0.90 losses in the front months. April cattle were $1.10 lower wk/wk. Front month feeder

Hogs close Friday Mixed -

Lean hog futures rallied back from midday lows and finished mixed. The April futures were 15 cents higher at the closing bell, with a weekly move of

Soy Market Ends Friday in the Red -

Soybean options expired, with futures having posted 3/4 to 2 1/4 cent losses in the front months. March beans were the weakest on Friday and ended

Ag Market Commentary -

March corn options expired today, with corn futures 1 1/2 to 2 cents lower at the closing bell. In the CoT report, managed money was 14.74% less net

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