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Cotton Showing Slight Gains on Friday Morning -

The cotton market is trading higher to round out the week, with gains of 13 to 63 points this morning. Futures posted 7 to 113 point losses on

Soybeans Higher Following Overnight Trade -

Soybeans are trading 3 to 4 cents higher following overnight trade. They pushed lower into Thursday’s close, as contracts settled with losses of 6

Hogs Ready to Round Out the Week -

Lean hogs posted mostly weaker action on Thursday, as contracts were down anywhere from a tick to 42 cents with the exception to July, up a nickel.

Wheat Greening Up On Friday -

The wheat markets are trading higher this morning with Chicago and MPLS putting in a joint effort to lead the way, up 5 to 7 cents. KC is steady to

Cattle Traders Getting Prepped for CoF Data -

Live cattle posted some strength on Thursday, with contracts up anywhere from a nickel to $1.05. Cash action has been quiet so far this week. There

Corn Starting Friday With A Bounce -

Overnight action in the corn market has prices up 3 to 4 cents this morning. Corn was lower on Thursday, with losses of 3 1/2 to 4 ¾ cents at the

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