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DTN Midday Dairy Comments
Robin Schmahl DTN Contributing Analyst
Tue Jan 28, 2014 12:18 PM CST

OUTSIDE MARKETS SUMMARY:

CORN: 1 Higher
SOYBEANS: 6 Lower
SOYBEAN MEAL: $4.80 Lower
LIVE CATTLE: $0.37 Lower
DOW JONES: 72 Points Higher
NASDAQ: 2 Points Lower
CRUDE OIL: $1.63 Higher

Midday Market Update:

An initial bid was posted at the unchanged price for a period of time before the buyers began increasing the bid in the attempt to uncover an offer. No one was interested in selling anything. Barrels took a bit longer before a bid was posted and price increased. It was another day of no trading activity. Butter price remained steady with no bids and no sales. There ...

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