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Feeder Cattle Cash (GFY00)

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Feeder Cattle Futures Market News and Commentary

Cattle Made Gains for Friday

Live cattle futures came back from midday highs, but were still in positive territory after Friday trading, April cattle were up the most with $1.80 gains. Front month feeder cattle futures also closed up, with gains of $2.20 to $2.42. The 02/13 CME Feeder Cattle Index was 9 cents higher to $140.61. Live cattle spec traders were 33.11% less net long wk/wk, as 12,351 longs were liquidated from managed money traders on 02/11. Feeder cattle spec traders were more net short on Tuesday. Afternoon wholesale boxed beef prices were higher but tightened the Choice/Select Spread to $2.38. Choice boxes were up $1.64 to $208.09 cwt, while select boxes were $1.92 higher to $205.71 cwt. Cash trade for the week has been around $118-119, with dressed sales from $190 -$192. The USDA estimated FI cattle slaughter for the week through Saturday at 620,000 head, which is 9,000 head below last week but 12,000 more yr/yr. YTD cattle slaughter is estimated at 4.137 million head through Saturday, which is l... Read more

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Price Performance

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
1-Month
140.410 +0.14%
on 02/10/20
146.570 -4.07%
on 01/15/20
-5.900 (-4.03%)
since 01/14/20
3-Month
139.140 +1.06%
on 12/30/19
147.120 -4.42%
on 11/15/19
-6.780 (-4.60%)
since 11/14/19
52-Week
131.370 +7.03%
on 06/21/19
147.440 -4.63%
on 11/13/19
-0.890 (-0.63%)
since 02/14/19

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Hogs Mixed to Mostly Higher

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Barchart Technical Opinion

The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 96% Sell with a Strongest short term outlook on maintaining the current direction.

Long term indicators fully support a continuation of the trend.

The market is approaching oversold territory. Be watchful of a trend reversal.

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Key Turning Points

2nd Resistance Point 140.610
1st Resistance Point 140.610
Last Price 140.610s
1st Support Level 140.610
2nd Support Level 140.610

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52-Week High 147.440
Fibonacci 61.8% 141.301
Last Price 140.610s
Fibonacci 50% 139.405
Fibonacci 38.2% 137.509
52-Week Low 131.370

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