• Feeder Cattle
  • Live Cattle
  • Corn
  • Soybean
FC Last Chg
Jan 15 216.600 - 3.000
Mar 15 215.250 - 3.000
Apr 15 227.075 - 3.000
May 15 227.425 - 3.000
Aug 15 227.225 - 3.000
Sep 15 227.125 - 3.000
Oct 15 231.000 - 3.000
Nov 15 212.500 - 3.000
 
LC Last Chg
Dec 14 156.700 - 2.550
Feb 15 155.900 - 2.925
Apr 15 155.500 - 2.550
Jun 15 148.175 - 1.475
Aug 15 145.200 - 0.850
Oct 15 147.800 0.325
Dec 15 148.250 0.725
Feb 16 150.050 0.950
Apr 16 159.200 0.250
 
C Last Chg
Mar 15 409'0 2'2
May 15 416'6 2'0
Jul 15 423'6 2'2
Sep 15 422'4 1'2
Dec 15 431'4 1'2
Mar 16 441'0 1'2
May 16 446'0 0'6
Jul 16 433'4 0'4
Sep 16 435'0 0'2
Dec 16 427'4 -1'2
Mar 17 436'2 -1'4
May 17 439'2 -1'4
Jul 17 445'4 -1'0
Sep 17 441'4 -1'6
Dec 17 420'4 -1'6
Jul 18 429'2 0'0
Dec 18 425'2 0'0
 
S Last Chg
Jan 15 1026'0 3'4
Mar 15 1034'0 4'0
May 15 1048'4 4'4
 
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME Last Chg
Jan 15 216.600 - 3.000
Mar 15 212.250 - 3.000
Apr 15 212.100 - 3.000
May 15 212.425 - 3.000
Aug 15 212.225 - 3.000
Sep 15 212.125 - 3.000
Oct 15 212.100 - 3.000
Nov 15 221.500 - 3.000
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME Last Chg
Dec 14 156.175 - 2.550
Feb 15 155.750 - 2.925
Apr 15 155.550 - 2.550
Jun 15 148.500 - 1.475
Aug 15 145.600 - 0.850
Oct 15 146.700 0.325
Dec 15 147.550 0.725
Feb 16 147.000 0.950
Apr 16 147.950 0.250
 
@C Last Chg
Mar 15 408'2 2'2
May 15 417'0 2'0
Jul 15 423'6 2'2
Sep 15 425'2 1'2
Dec 15 432'0 1'2
Mar 16 439'6 1'2
May 16 445'2 0'6
Jul 16 450'4 0'4
Sep 16 437'0 0'2
Dec 16 429'0 -1'2
Mar 17 436'2 -1'4
May 17 438'0 -1'4
Jul 17 446'0 -1'0
Sep 17 441'4 -1'6
Dec 17 421'0 -1'6
Jul 18 427'0 0'0
Dec 18 425'2 0'0
 
@S Last Chg
Jan 15 1026'0 3'4
Mar 15 1034'2 4'0
May 15 1040'6 4'4
Jul 15 1046'2 5'2
Aug 15 1043'4 5'0
Sep 15 1026'6 6'2
Nov 15 1008'6 7'4
Jan 16 1014'0 7'4
Mar 16 1013'2 7'6
May 16 1021'0 7'4
Jul 16 1026'4 7'4
Aug 16 1031'0 7'4
Sep 16 1008'6 6'0
Nov 16 1007'0 5'4
Jan 17 1009'4 5'4
Mar 17 1009'4 5'4
May 17 1013'2 5'2
Jul 17 1037'6 5'4
Aug 17 1031'0 5'4
Sep 17 1031'0 5'4
Nov 17 1024'0 1'2
Jul 18 1002'4 1'2
Nov 18 990'0 1'2


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