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Updated: 10 hours 46 min ago
Oliver Sloup joins RFD-TV to break down the grain and livestock markets to start the week.
Beans are higher this morning, but how much higher can they go?
What does last weeks price action mean for this weeks trade?
Grain markets have had a nice rally but are running into headwinds
Cattle futures closed near unchanged but traded in a wide range as the bulls and bears continue to battle.
Oliver Sloup breaks down the grain and livestock markets in his weekly "2 Minute Drill"
NAFTA gets all the attention, but the clock is ticking on Trade Promotion Authority, which is expires in a few months.
Beans look like they could pop or drop 20 cents depending on what new news hits the wire today and tomorrow.
Cattle futures were lower but could be setting up for a buying opportunity
Grain markets have been trending higher, posting higher lows, are higher highs next?
The cattle market is looking more constructive over the past few weeks.
Grain markets are holding their ground this morning despite the global chaos.
Cattle futures soften to start the week as outside market volatility expands.
If you went to the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Trade Show in Phoenix last week, you were probably witness to some strange characters along the way.
Grain markets are starting the week under pressure.
Funds were big buyers of corn, soybeans, an wheat.
Grain markets are starting to show signs of life.
Cattle futures regain loses and finishes limit up.
Do you ever wonder what NFL football coaches say to their players during a big game?
Grains are retreating this morning after hitting technical resistance.