Feeder Cattle Jan '18 (GFF18)
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-11.325 (-7.21%)since 11/13/17
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-0.825 (-0.56%)since 09/13/17
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+25.700 (+21.43%)since 01/26/17
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Live cattle futures finished the Wednesday session with most contracts 20 to 77.5 cents in the red. Feeder cattle futures were down $1.25 to $1.85 in most contracts. The CME feeder cattle index on December 12 was down 25 cents to $153.64. Wholesale boxed beef values were lower on Wednesday afternoon. Choice was down $1.58 at $202.48, with select 90 cents lower at $185.02. Estimated week to date FI cattle slaughter was 355,000 head through Wednesday, 3,000 head fewer than the previous week but 11,000 head larger than the same week last year. This morning’s FCE auction showed 75 of the 704 head sold at a price of $116, with 3 other lots passing on offers of $116.Dec 17 Cattle closed at $115.650, down $0.500,Feb 18 Cattle closed at $118.375, down $0.775,Apr 18 Cattle closed at $120.200, down $0.775,Jan 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $145.650, down $1.450Mar 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $144.050, down $1.250Apr 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $144.025, down $1.300
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