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Click on commodity to view all contracts. Data displayed for corn, soybeans, and wheat is for the nearby crop.
CommodityLastChangeOpenHighLowVolumeDate
Corn430-6s6-2425-4434-0423-6103,64307/19
Corn            Sep19430-6s6-2425-4434-0423-6103,64307/19
Dec19435-6s6-0430-6439-0428-4140,16407/19
Soybean901.500s20.250881.750905.750879.50044,77607/19
Soybean      Aug19901.500s20.250881.750905.750879.50044,77607/19
Nov19919.250s20.250899.500924.000897.250124,82307/19
Wheat502-4s9-0494-6516-6492-464,88507/19
Wheat          Sep19502-4s9-0494-6516-6492-464,88507/19
Jul20531-2s7-0523-0543-4523-01,71407/19
Lean Hogs78.925s2.02577.07579.47576.12525,83707/19
Lean Hogs - Oct1978.925s2.02577.07579.47576.12525,83707/19
Live Cattle108.500s0.250108.250108.725107.85013,93707/19
Live Cattle - Oct19108.500s0.250108.250108.725107.85013,93707/19
CME Cotton #20.631s0.0140.0000.6310.631007/19
CME Cotton #2 - Dec190.631s0.0140.0000.6310.631007/19

Wheat Can’t Hold Gains

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The grain complex started the week higher, led by corn and soybeans with gaps. But those gaps quickly faded, and Monday ended with outside days lower for wheat and corn.
Wheat on top of $1 bills.
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