NEWS
DTN Before The Bell--Livestock
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Jul 8, 2013 08:51 AM CDT
GENERAL COMMENTS:

Livestock futures are expected to remain lightly traded Monday morning with the overall focus in the market surrounding the ability of meat values to stabilize after the holiday weekend. Trader activity is expected to increase through the week, which could add additional volatility back into the market. Corn futures are trading higher in early trade. The stock market is trading higher. Dow Jones is 63 points higher, and Nasdaq is up 12 points.

LIVE CATTLE:

Opening call: Steady to 20 cents lower. The direction of the live cattle complex is expected to remain focused on outside market direction ...

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