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Live Event Starts: 6/10/22 10:00 AM (CDT) in 2 weeks, 14 hours, and 5 minutes
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Parents of children in the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school where 19 students and two teachers were shot dead have accused state and local police of waiting up to an hour before attempting to confront the gunman (Bloomberg)
Vladimir Putin just made an offer to the world, one that may illustrate how badly international sanctions are biting Russia. The Kremlin leader said he’s willing to smooth the way for grain and fertilizer exports as global shortages mount—but only if sanctions on his isolated nation are lifted (Bloomberg)
Status Quo... As May winds down and the summer stretches ahead with record cattle-on-feed, the big CME live cattle futures discount to cash and oversold technical condition are not enticing bottom pickers (The Beef)
USDA estimates daily cattle slaughter at 124K head, compared to 125K last week and 121K last year. WTD slaughter at 499K head, compared to 499K last week and 481K last year (Thu)
MEATBOARD PM: Boxed Beef Choice: $263.97 (+1.04); Pork Carcass: $108.13 (+1.06); Chicken Breast: $362.10 (+0.10)
Boxed Beef PM: Choice: $263.97 (+1.04) Select: $244.43 (+0.37); Ch/Se Spread: 19.54 Total Loads: 134 compared to 102 on Wednesday (Choice improves on better movement)
CME LIVESTOCK: Live Cattle: $132.60 (+0.075); Feeder Cattle: $166.675 (-1.275) Hogs: $111.825 (+3.875); Milk: $24.37 (-0.08) (USDA reported moderate cash business in NE for Wednesday mostly near $140)
CME GRAINS: Corn: $7.65 (-7.25); Soybeans: $17.265 (+45.50); Wheat: $11.4325 (-5.00); Cotton: $140.61 (-4.55) (Soybeans rally hard)
STOCK UPDATE: Dow 30: 32,637.19 (+516.91); Nasdaq: 11,740.65 (+305.91); S&P 500: 4,057.84 (+79.11) (Stocks Sharply Higher On Solid Outlooks From Several Retailers)
ENERGY PRICES: Crude Oil: $114.09 (+3.76); Heating Oil: $3.968 (+0.1016); Natural Gas: $8.895 (-0.098) (Crude Oil Rallies as Global Supplies Tighten)
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