Technically Speaking Blog
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Nov 17, 2014 06:09 AM CST

Live Cattle: The December contract closed $3.40 higher at $170.20. December live cattle established a new high of $170.575 last week, extending its minor (short-term), secondary (intermediate-term), and major (long-term) trends. Trade volume for the contract exploded to 177,400 contracts last week while open interest decreased to about 78, 700 contracts. This change in open interest was due to a roll of longs from the December to February, with the latter seeing an increase to about 82,800 contracts.

Feeder Cattle: The January contract closed $3.675 higher at $236.125. The secondary (intermediate-term) trend remains sideways as the January contract holds below ...

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