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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Sun Nov 30, 2014 03:15 PM CST

Live Cattle: The February contract closed at $169.225, up $3.175 for the month. The major (long-term) trend remains up as the February contract established a new high of $172.75 in November. Monthly stochastics are near the 90% level, continuing to indicate the same overbought situation that has been in place for months. While the February to April futures spread continues to reflect a bullish commercial outlook, this spread did weaken during November.

Feeder Cattle: The January contract closed at $231.075, up $0.575 for the month. The January contract consolidated during November, keeping alive the bearish crossover by monthly stochastics at ...

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