CBOT: July wheat falls 14.25 cents to US$7.0725/bushel; July corn falls 12 cents to US$5.07/bushel; July soybeans fall 51.75 cents to US$14.61/bushel; June live cattle rises 2.05 cents to US$1.3925/lb.
May 1, 2014
– All grains down sharply on the CBOT; beef higher and pork lower on the CME.
Grain futures were sharply lower Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Wheat for July delivery fell 14.25 cents to $7.0725 a bushel; July corn was 12 cents lower at 5.07 a bushel; July oats were 7.5 cents lower at $3.53 a bushel; while July soybeans plummeted 51.75 cents to $14.61 a bushel.
Beef was higher and pork lower on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
June live cattle rose 2.05 cents to $1.3925 a pound; August feeder cattle was 3 cents higher at $1.9047 a pound; while June lean hogs fell .32 cent to $1.2280 a pound.
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