The CME says during 2015, roughly 87% of daily livestock futures and options trade occurred during the proposed hours.
Corn and soybeans closed marginally lower today, with SRW wheat closing 2 to 3 cents higher. HRW futures ended mixed and HRS was 1 to 2 cents lower. Cattle closed higher and lean hogs were mostly lower.
Corn ended around a penny lower, with soybeans marginally higher. Winter wheat ended weaker. Live cattle ended mostly weaker, with feeders and lean hogs mixed.
Corn is marginally lower, with soybean and wheat futures 1 to 2 cents lower. Livestock futures favoring a firmer tone.
Corn closed mostly 3 cents lower, with soybeans 5 to 6 cents lower and wheat 4 to 8 cents lower. Cattle ended limit lower, with hogs slightly lower in most contracts.
Corn, soybean and wheat futures are under pressure to start the week. Cattle are sharply to limit lower and hogs are mixed.
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Corn and soybean futures soften after firmer start, with wheat leading losses. Cattle have also softened, with hogs holding onto gains.
Corn and soybeans struggled to find buyer interest, while wheat benefited from short-covering. Livestock futures were firmer.
Grain and soy complex futures higher despite negative outside markets. Live cattle are mixed and hogs are lower.
As of Wednesday, February 10
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