Market Commodity Prices

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Click on commodity to view all contracts. Data displayed for corn, soybeans, and wheat is for the nearby crop.
CommodityLastChangeOpenHighLowVolumeDate
Corn361-4-2-4364-2365-4361-499,45802/27
Corn            Mar17361-4-2-4364-2365-4361-499,45802/27
Dec17389-2-1-6391-4392-6389-27,21402/27
Soybeans1011-2-2-21015-41018-41010-625,78002/27
Soybeans    Mar171011-2-2-21015-41018-41010-625,78002/27
Nov171005-4-1-41008-01011-41004-26,13802/27
Wheat419-4-11-6430-0431-0419-422,39802/27
Wheat          Mar17419-4-11-6430-0431-0419-422,39802/27
Jul18510-6-5-0512-2512-2510-61302/27
Lean Hogs68.6250.60068.25069.00068.0255,89402/27
Lean Hogs - Apr1768.6250.60068.25069.00068.0255,89402/27
Live Cattle115.9000.950115.625115.925115.3506,70902/27
Live Cattle - Apr17115.9000.950115.625115.925115.3506,70902/27
CME Cotton #20.740s0.0010.0000.7400.740002/24
CME Cotton #2 - Dec170.740s0.0010.0000.7400.740002/24

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