NEWS
DTN Before The Bell--Livestock
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Apr 29, 2013 09:01 AM CDT
GENERAL COMMENTS:

Livestock futures are expected to open mixed to moderately higher early Monday. The primary focus across the complex is being placed on the direction of cash and wholesale meat values as well as firming summer demand. The direction of outside markets may have a big impact in trade activity through the rest of the session. Corn futures are trading higher in early trade. The stock market is trading higher. Dow Jones index is holding a 56-point gain while Nasdaq is up 12 points.

LIVE CATTLE:

Opening call: Mixed. Overall trade through the live cattle futures is expected to ...

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