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* January placements up 4.4 pct vs year ago
* Feb. 1 feedlot cattle at 107.9 pct of year ago
* January marketing up 6.1 pct vs last year
* Report mildly bearish for CME live cattle futures
By Michael Hirtzer
CHICAGO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Chicago Mercantile Exchange live
cattle futures declined for the fourth straight session
on Friday, easing on technical selling and bets that cattle
prices have likely reached a short-term peak, traders and
Feeder cattle and lean hog futures were
slightly higher, with feeders rebounding from a two-week low.
Most-active CME April live cattle settled down 0.525
cent at 124.850 cents per pound, bringing the contract's weekly
By Ana Mano
ARLINGTON, Va., Feb 23 (Reuters) - The United States is
concerned that China might impose trade barriers on U.S. grains
sales if trade relations between the world's two largest
economies worsen, Jason Hafemeister, trade counsel to the U.S.
agriculture secretary, said on Friday.
The cattle market will deal with very large feedlot numbers from mid-March through May.
Investors seen watching the weather maps along with the uptrend line in May corn, next week.
* Argentina expected to remain unfavorably dry
* Country is world's top exporter of soy products
* Speculators increase long positions in CBOT soy, corn
There are always a lot of moving parts in the bean complex
Investors are digesting the USDA’s latest U.S. 2018 acreage of 90.0 million corn and soybean acres.
* Soy set for 3rd weekly rise as drought grips Argentina
* Traders weigh chances of rain as analysts cut crop
* Grain markets digest USDA 2018-19 supply/demand outlook