The U.S. dollar dropped to its lowest level since August and is sitting just above key support. That fueled a fresh wave of speculative investment in commodities and pushed front-month crude oil futures to their highest level since November.
Nearby corn ended marginally to 3 cents higher, with nearby soybean futures up 2 to 3 cents. Wheat was mostly 3 to 5 cents higher. Cattle benefited from short-covering and hogs were mixed amid bull spreading.
The U.S. dollar dropped to its lowest level since August as the Fed remains in wait-and-see mode. That's fueling a resurgence in commodity investment.
Corn is mixed, soybeans are slightly lower and wheat if favoring a firmer tone amid position squaring. Cattle are higher and hogs are mixed.
Corn is 3 to 7 cents higher, with soybeans up 12 to 15 cents. SRW wheat is 11 cents higher and HRW and HRS are 5 to 7 cents higher. Cattle are lower and hogs are higher.
Corn ended 1 to 4 cents lower, with soybeans mixed. SRW wheat futures were 2 to 5 cents lower, with HRW and HRS mixed. Cattle ended mostly lower and hogs were higher.
Corn ended the day 5 to 7 cents higher, with soybeans up 10 to 18 cents. Wheat ended 3 to 10 cents higher. Cattle were higher and hogs were weaker.
Corn is 3 to 4 cents higher, with soybeans up 7 to 9 cents. Wheat is mixed, with SRW and HRS firmer. Cattle are higher and hogs are mostly lower.
Corn ended 5 to 9 cents higher, with soybeans up 12 to 14 cents. Wheat was marginally to 4 cents higher. Cattle were firmer and hogs were mixed.
USDA's Cattle on Feed Report showed feedlot inventories up around 1% at 10.853 million head as of April 1, which was in line with expectations.
Corn ended 5 to 10 cents higher, with soybeans up 3 to 24 cents. Winter wheat ended 16 to 18 cents higher and spring wheat was 9 to 11 cents higher. Cattle ended lower and hogs were higher.
As of Sunday, May 1
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