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First Thing Today: Grain, livestock markets expected to face pressure from global risk-off trade after Thanksgiving

Concerns about a new, heavily mutated variant of Covid-19 produced high anxiety among traders overnight, as global stock markets and oil prices plunged, while bonds surged (yields dropped) amid heavy risk-off trade.

Corn, wheat export sales higher than expected

Soybean export sales were within the range of pre-report estimates.

Black Friday: Equities, Oil, Other Markets Plunge on New, Heavily Mutated Variant of Covid-19

More questions than answers on new Covid variant but fear, uncertainty rule markets today

After the Bell | November 24, 2021

Grain, soybean futures end lower in pre-holiday liquidation trade, cattle futures post fresh highs on cash strength.

U.S. Snubs China on Summit Invite | November 24, 2021

General Mills will raise grocery prices, ethanol exports are expected to rise to a record and feedlots pass on higher cash cattle prices...

U.S. Jobless Claims Plunge to Just 199,000, Lowest Level Since 1969

USDA forecasts record FY 2022 ag trade despite trimming exports | New record for ethanol exports

Ahead of the Open | November 24

Wheat futures extend rally to nine-year highs ahead of Thanksgiving holiday, corn near three-week highs, soybeans firm.

Market Watch | November 24, 2021

Cash DDG prices plunge.