NEWS
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Tue Aug 5, 2014 12:14 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Pressure continues to be seen in lean hog futures with October contracts holding losses above $2 per cwt lower. The weakness in the market appears to have very little resistance from moving lower with daily trading limits and lack of additional volume the main focus. Cattle futures have moved lower following the inability for feeder cattle futures to sustain early gains.

Posted 10:55 -- Lean hog futures continue to erode lower with October futures holding triple-digit losses. Additional liquidation is expected to continue through the complex. Cattle futures are mixed to mostly higher, but early support has ...

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