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AL_LS603 Las Cruces, NM Feeder Cattle May 19, 2022 Daily Import Total Sales May 18, 2022 Santa Teresa, NM. EST: 2200 Compared to Tuesday, steer calves and yearlings sold steady.... (full story)


AJ_PY029 Atlanta, GA Thu. May 19, 2022 USDA Market News Daily Weighted Average Trailer Load Egg Sales ... (full story)


AJ_PY034 Atlanta, GA Thu. May 19, 2022 USDA Market News Daily 5-Day Weighted Average Trailer Load Egg Sales... (full story)


The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association says the proposed special investigator bill, that was marked up by the House Ag Committee on Wednesday, is a waste of resources.  NCBA’s Tanner Beymer tells Brownfield the new position authorized under... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: WASHINGTON MAY 19 2022 RAIL AND PIGGYBACK SHIPMENTS FOR: WED MAY 18 2022 CAR AND VAN COUNT ... (full story)


REPORTING OFFICE: WASHINGTON MAY 19 2022 RAIL AND PIGGYBACK SHIPMENTS FOR: WED MAY 18 2022 10,000 POUND UNITS (COMMODITY TOTALS FOLLOW ASTERIKS) ... (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES RYE - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES WEEKLY HIDES SUMMARY - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES: WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES GRAIN SORGHUMS - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES WEEKLY COTTON SUMMARY - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES BARLEY - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES SUNFLOWER SEED OIL - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES LINSEED OIL - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES OATS - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT HIDES AND SKINS - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES WHEAT - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES WEEKLY SUMMARY REPORTS - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES COMPLETE - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES SOYBEAN CAKE AND MEAL - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES COTTON CAKE AND MEAL - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES SOYBEANS - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT PORK - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES COTTON OIL - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT BEEF - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES COTTON - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES WEEKLY SUMMARY ACTIVITY - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES SOYBEAN OIL - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES CORN - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES COTTON SEED - May 19, 2022 (full story)


U.S. EXPORT SALES FLAXSEED - May 19, 2022 (full story)


Soybeans are mixed following the overnight session, with front months up 2 to 5 cents and deferred contracts lower. They joined the risk off party on Wednesday, losing 15 to 26 cents on Wednesday. Preliminary open interest rose 5,751 contracts on the decline. Product values were mixed, as soybean meal... (full story)


Wheat futures are trading sharply lower this morning, with KC down 24 to 34 ½ cents. CBT is 20 to 25 ¾ cents lower, with MPLS down 10 to 15 cents. They fell apart across the complex on Wednesday, as contracts were in the red most of the session after... (full story)


Live cattle were down $1.15 to $1.77 at the close on Wednesday. Cash trade has seen a little action at $138 in the south this week, with sales in the north at $140-142. Wednesday’s Fed Cattle Exchange online no sales, with most asks ranging from $137.50-142 and bids hitting $136.... (full story)


Cotton futures are seeing follow through weakness on Thursday morning, with contracts down 122 to 312 points. They closed the midweek session with losses of 130 to 399. Outside pressure was a factor. The markets in general were in risk off mode, with stocks sharply lower. Crude oil was down... (full story)


Lean hog bulls turned on the jets late in the session, as most contracts posted 17 to 95 cent gains on the day. The National Average Base Hog price for Wednesday morning was $111.69 up $0.31 from the day prior. CME’s Lean Hog Index for 5/16 was 17 cents lower... (full story)


Corn futures are trading 5 to 10 cents lower this morning. They closed the midweek session with contracts dropping 18 to 21 cents in the front months. Preliminary open interest shows profit taking by longs, dropping 4,500 contracts on the day. The U.N. is facilitating talks with Russia, Ukraine, Turkey,... (full story)


Though real-estate experts continue to promote the idea that prices will continue to move higher, lumber prices might have a thing or two to say about that. (full story)


We analyze prior days and overnight participation in US S&P futures (full story)


Yesterday we suggested a Down Day and the markets delivered. What will they do today? (full story)


CORN Corn futures were down last night with nearby July off a nickel to 7.76-1/2 and Dec down 11 to 7.29-1/4 on long liquidation as the market may be attempting to correct from a technically overbought condition. Trade estimates for this morning's USDA Weekly Export Sales are 150,000 to 450,000... (full story)


Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of near- or below-normal temperatures across the northern half of the U.S., while hotter-than-normal conditions will stretch from California to the southern Atlantic Coast.  ... (full story)


Sponsored by: The American Soybean Association and United Soybean Board An early-season heat wave will gradually end across the southern and eastern U.S., although Eastern heat will linger through the weekend.  Meanwhile, markedly cooler air will... (full story)


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Yesterday, with TGT trading at $161.61, the September put option with a strike price of 150 was trading around $10.50. Traders selling this put would receive $1,050 in option premium. In return for receiving this premium, they have an obligation to buy 100 shares of TGT for $150. By September 16, if TGT is trading for $120, or $110, or even $50, the put seller still has to buy 100 shares at $150. (full story)