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CommodityLastChangeOpenHighLowVolumeDate
Corn365-4s-5-4370-4371-6365-2151,68502/23
Corn            Mar17365-4s-5-4370-4371-6365-2151,68502/23
Dec17391-6s-5-4396-4397-6391-420,50702/23
Soybeans1011-4s-11-21023-01027-01010-0130,34602/23
Soybeans    Mar171011-4s-11-21023-01027-01010-0130,34602/23
Nov171004-4s-9-01012-61016-61003-020,29302/23
Wheat438-0s-3-2441-2444-2436-232,34102/23
Wheat          Mar17438-0s-3-2441-2444-2436-232,34102/23
Jul18518-0s-3-0519-2521-2517-64102/23
Lean Hogs66.575s-1.17567.50067.50066.02523,90602/23
Lean Hogs - Apr1766.575s-1.17567.50067.50066.02523,90602/23
Live Cattle116.525s0.450116.375117.350116.35021,19302/23
Live Cattle - Apr17116.525s0.450116.375117.350116.35021,19302/23
CME Cotton #20.7390.0010.0000.7390.739002/23
CME Cotton #2 - Dec170.7390.0010.0000.7390.739002/23

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