NEWS
DTN Before The Bell--Livestock
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Dec 26, 2012 08:40 AM CST
GENERAL COMMENTS:

Early movement in the livestock market is expected to remain subdued following the Christmas holiday break. Trade volume through the rest of the week is expected to remain light as traditionally activity between Christmas and New Year's is sluggish as traders focus on year-end positioning as well as extending holiday vacations. There is expected to be increased attention in the cash and wholesale meat markets, not only focusing on market direction, but overall amount of product and animals moved at the end of the year. Corn futures are trading higher in early electronic trade. Stock markets are trading ...

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