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DTN Midday Dairy Comments
Robin Schmahl DTN Contributing Analyst
Thu Nov 21, 2013 12:57 PM CST

OUTSIDE MARKETS SUMMARY:

CORN: % Higher
SOYBEANS: 13 Higher
SOYBEAN MEAL: Unchanged
LIVE CATTLE: $0.37 Higher
DOW JONES: 107 Points Higher
NASDAQ: 41 Points Higher
CRUDE OIL: $1.52 Higher

Midday Market Update:

Block cheese price remained steady at $1.82 with no loads traded. Barrel price increased 1 1/2 cents to $1.76 with one load traded. There were no bids or offers left on the board at the close of trading. This indicates business continues to be done on an as needed basis. There is no indication of a desire of buyers to purchase aggressively to build inventory or because supply ...

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