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CommodityLastChangeOpenHighLowVolumeDate
Corn357-61-2356-4358-4356-45,35208/14
Corn            Sep18357-61-2356-4358-4356-45,35208/14
Dec18371-41-0370-6372-4370-69,27208/14
Soybeans853-4s7-4838-0853-4838-013908/13
Soybeans    Aug18853-4s7-4838-0853-4838-013908/13
Nov19910-01-2906-4912-0904-011908/14
Wheat541-48-0534-6544-2534-47,41408/14
Wheat          Sep18541-48-0534-6544-2534-47,41408/14
Jul19587-66-4581-2588-6580-632408/14
Lean Hogs51.650s0.47551.15053.77550.80021,54808/13
Lean Hogs - Oct1851.650s0.47551.15053.77550.80021,54808/13
Live Cattle108.150s-1.100108.400108.850107.65020,33808/13
Live Cattle - Oct18108.150s-1.100108.400108.850107.65020,33808/13
CME Cotton #20.831s-0.0270.0000.8310.831008/13
CME Cotton #2 - Oct180.831s-0.0270.0000.8310.831008/13

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