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Today's Cotton Commentary
Cotton Trades in Red -

Midday cotton trading has futures 25 to 43 points lower in classic Turnaround Tuesday fashion after the big gains on Monday. The weekly NASS Crop

Cotton Fading Big Monday Rally -

After the triple digit gains on Monday, overnight cotton trade was 15 to 28 lower to set up a possible Turnaround Tuesday fade. The weekly NASS Crop

Cotton Triple Digits Stronger -

More positive vaccine news (Moderna) left equities and cotton futures in the black on Monday. Cotton closed the first trading day of the week 111 to

Cotton Rallying Triple Digits -

Monday cotton trading is pushing futures 142 to 145 points higher at midday. The dollar is weaker so far, down against the yuan and yen and firm

Cotton Futures Up 61 to 75 Points This Morning -

Overnight cotton trading has futures 61 to 75 points higher than Friday’s close. On Friday prices were 2 to 46 points lower. USDA’s Export Sales

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Cotton Gaining into Midweek Session -

Front month cotton futures are up by another 18 to 85 points so far this morning. May cotton closed at its 3 cent limit gain for the day, though the

Hogs had Close Mostly Red -

Front month lean hog futures settled the session mostly red, save for a 7 cent gain in the October contract. The nearby futures were 35 to 87 cents

Cattle Were Mixed on Tuesday -

Front month fat cattle futures were 2 to 40 cents higher at the bell, while feeder cattle went home as much as 57 cents in the red. May feeders held

Morning Wheat Quotes Up Double Digits -

Wheat futures are trading with double digit gains of as much as 18 cents across the three classes. The Tuesday wheat trade left futures in the

Soy Markets Mostly Higher -

AM soybean prices are 1 3/4 cents to 4 1/4 cents higher so far. Meal is also up in the AM, but BO is down by 11 points so far. The Tuesday session

Corn Extending Rally -

The morning corn quotes are another 1 1/2 to 6 cents higher so far and near their overnight highs. The old crop corn contracts ended the Tuesday

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