Today's Market View Corn Futures Expected to Open 2 to 3 Higher as of 7:15 a.m. CST
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Corn: Renewed buying from the noncommercial side of the market led to sharp gains and allowed corn to wipe out this week's losses.
Soybeans: If not for the strong spillover buying interest from corn and wheat, soybeans may have very well closed lower Wednesday.
Wheat: A tightening global supply and demand situation continues to spark strong noncommercial buying interest in Chicago, Kansas City and Minneapolis.
Cotton: Strong exports and tightening supplies led old-crop cotton contracts to a new set of highs in expanded limit-up (5 cents) trade.
Live cattle: Live cattle futures rallied sharply on spillover support from sharp gains in lean hogs and the corn market.