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Feeder Cattle Aug '18 (GFQ18)

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Fri May 18, 4:29PM CDT
Live cattle futures posted 40 to 87.5 cent losses on Friday to end a week that saw June fall 4.85%. Feeder cattle futures were 87.5 cents to $1.425 lower, with May down 4.48% since last Friday. The CME feeder cattle index was down $1.17 on May 17 at $133.66. Wholesale boxed beef values were mixed on Friday afternoon. Choice boxes were down 47 cents at $232.21, with Select boxes 22 cents higher at $208.46. Weekly FI cattle slaughter is estimated at 660,000 head through Saturday. That is 15,000 head above last week and 48,000 head larger than this time last year, as the “wall of cattle” is becoming a reality. Cash trade started the week out near $117 and dropped to $114 in most regions by the end of the week. CFTC showed managed money was net long position 9,091 contracts in live cattle futures and options. That was as of Tuesday, May 15, and 6,013 contracts less long than the week prior.Jun 18 Cattle closed at $102.400, down $0.650,Aug 18 Cattle closed at $98.225, down $0.875,Oct 18 Cattle closed at $101.700, down $0.600,May 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $132.225, down $0.875Aug 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $137.625, down $1.100Sep 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $137.800, down $1.275
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