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Today's Market View

Today's Market View Corn Futures Expected to Open 4 to 6 Higher as of 7:15 a.m. CST
23 minutes ago

Corn: Selling from both sides of the market had corn contracts on the defensive Friday. Despite the lower weekly close the long-term trend remains up.

Soybeans: Increased noncommercial long-liquidation sparked a late sell-off in soybeans Friday. However, the commercial side of the market seemingly grew slightly more bullish over the course of last week.

Wheat: The sharp late week sell-off in Chicago was tied to pressure from both sides of the market. Still fundamentally bearish, as indicated by the strong carry in the futures spreads, the market continues to take a wait-and-see approach to ideas of increased demand.

Cotton: Heavy commercial selling combined with similar noncommercial long-liquidation seen in many commodities Friday led to sharp late-week losses.

Live cattle: Spillover buying from the lean hog market sparked increased interest from both commercial