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  • Trump Digs In Against Criticism on Multiple Fronts

    WASHINGTON-- President Donald Trump ended a turbulent week by shrugging off criticism of his dealings with Russia, his use of tariffs to influence trade and his public scolding of the Fed. Instead, frustrated by being told what he can't do, he dug in on all three fronts. "All he's hearing in D.C. is' you can't do this, you can't do that.' He can't criticize the Fed, he can't criticize the intelligence community," said a person close to the president, echoing others in Mr.

  • GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Grain, Soybeans Rise as Traders Shrug Off Trump Threat. Wheat futures rose to the highest point in over month on Friday, ending a standout week for grain and soybean markets. September-dated contracts rose 2.3% to $5.16 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade, closing at the highest point since June 13..

  • LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Herds of cattle in the U.S. continue to grow. Department of Agriculture said on Friday that the number of cattle and calves totaled 103 million head as of July 1, up 1% from the same time a year earlier. The calf crop, an indication of producers' longer-term intentions, is expected to rise 2% in 2018 from a year earlier.

  • Oil Gains on Saudi Assurance It Won't Flood Market

    Oil prices rose on Friday after top exporter Saudi Arabia said it wouldn't flood the market with crude in an effort to cap on prices. Light, sweet crude for August delivery rose 1.4% to $70.46 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent, the global benchmark, gained 0.7% to $73.07 a barrel.

  • USDA Weekly By-Product Value Hog Report - Jul 20

    NW_LS446 Des Moines, IA Fri, Jul 20, 2018 USDA Market News WEEKLY USDA BY-PRODUCT DROP VALUE The offal value from a typical slaughter hog for the week ended 7/ 20/ 2018 was estimated at 3.74 per cwt live, down -0.09 when compared to last week. CALCULATIONS FOR BY-PRODUCT VALUE- Lbs Price Change Value Prv/Wk Cheek meat, trimmed 0.28 82.75 -8.25 0.23 Chitterlings 1.26 42.00- 0.53 Ears, edible export 0.19 225.00- 0.43 Tongues, grn, bnls, sml bx 0.18 64.00 -24.00 0.12 Hearts, slashed, domestic 0.28...

  • BOND REPORT: 10-year, 30-year Treasury Selloff, Pushing Rates To Biggest Daily Jump In Weeks

    30- year books largest weekly yield rise since period ended May 18. Long-dated government bond yields on Friday saw their most severe selloff in weeks, extending a recent climb, as investors grappled with President Donald Trump's comments criticizing domestic monetary policy and that of allies in China and Europe. The 10- year Treasury note yield climbed 5 basis points to 2.895%, its largest one-day yield rise since May 18, registering a weekly rise of 6.4 basis points, its...

  • Grain, Soybeans Rise as Traders Shrug Off Trump Threat

    Wheat futures rose to the highest point in over month on Friday, ending a standout week for grain and soybean markets. September-dated contracts rose 2.3% to $5.16 a bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade, closing at the highest point since June 13.. CBOT September corn futures rose 1.1% to $3.55 1/ 4 a bushel, and August soybean contracts rose 0.4% to $8.49 3/ 4 a bushel.

  • USDA Chicago Terminal Grain - Jul 20

    GX_GR110 Springfield, IL Fri, Jul 20, 2018 USDA-IL Dept of Ag Market News Chicago Terminal Grain Report To Arrive Truck and Rail Bids for Grain Delivered to Chicago. The following quotations represent Bids from Terminal Elevators, Processors, Mills, and Merchandisers after 1:30 p.m. today. Grain Bids Delivery Change Basis Change SRW Wheat 4.9600-5.1100 30 Days UP 11.75 -20 U to -5 U UNCH Soybeans 8.2025-8.2525 Spot UP 4.25 -30 Q to -25 Q UNCH Soybeans 8.2025-8.3025 15-30 Days UP...

  • USDA Cattle On Feed: Total Historical - Jul 20

    Source: USDA== TOTAL STATES== Pct from Pct from Pct from Pct from Month On Feed Yr Ago: Placed Yr Ago: MarketedYr Ago: DisappYr Ago -2018- Jul 1 11,282 104: NA NA: NA NA: NA NA Jun 1 11,553 104: 1,793 101: 2,006 101: 58 104 May 1 11,558 105: 2,124 100: 2,056 105: 73 104 Apr 1 11,729 107: 1,695 92: 1,803 106: 63 95 Mar 1 11,715 109: 1,921 91: 1,840 96: 67 120 Feb 1 11,630 108: 1,817 107: 1,675 102: 57 102 Jan 1 11,489 108: 2,068 104: 1,858 106: 69 130 -2017- Dec 1 11,516 108: 1,799 101: 1,752 99: 74 135 Nov 1 11,332 106: 2,099 114: 1,844 103:...

  • Global Oil Industry Prepares for a Revival

    Oil producers are ordering more equipment and lining up drilling rigs for later this year, according to top industry executives, indications that international activity is picking up. The chief executives of Schlumberger Ltd. (SLB) and Baker Hughes, owned in part by General Electric Co., said customers are moving forward with large projects and even preparing to increase exploration for future ones. "The international recovery has finally started," Schlumberger Chief Executive...

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