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Live Cattle Oct '18 (LEV18)

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Agricharts Market Commentary

Mon Jul 16, 5:03PM CDT
Live cattle futures closed the Monday session with contracts up 55 cents to $1.30. August was up $2.375, after touching limit gains earlier in the day. Feeder cattle futures were 70 cents to $1.65 in the green. The CME feeder cattle index was up 11 cents from the previous day at $148.27 on 7/13. Wholesale boxed beef values were lower on Monday afternoon. Choice boxes were down 38 cents to $203.76, while Select boxes were 70 cents lower at $195.67. Estimated FI cattle slaughter was at 119,000 head on Monday, up 11,000 from the same week last year and even with last week. Cash trades of $110-111 were reported late on Friday afternoon.Aug 18 Cattle closed at $106.925, up $2.375,Oct 18 Cattle closed at $108.650, up $1.275,Dec 18 Cattle closed at $112.700, up $1.300,Aug 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $152.375, up $1.650Sep 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $152.450, up $1.375Oct 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $152.625, up $1.275
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