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27 May

How Low Are Cotton Prices Going ?

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 Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures are down once again today lower by 20 points trading right around 70.45 a bale in the July contract finishing down about 600 points during the trading week hitting another fresh two year low on record supplies coming in the market with very little overseas demand at this point.

27 May

Milk Prices Higher For 7th Straight Session

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 Milk Futures--- Milk futures today continue their bullish momentum to the upside higher by another 30 points currently trading at 16.40 with a high in the intraday at 16.50 which is an eight week high in prices while just three weeks ago traders and dairy farmers were shaking their heads wondering how low prices are going and instead now they're wondering how high are prices going.

27 May

Lumber Supported By Record Low Bond Yields

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Lumber Futures-- Lumber futures today in Chicago traded very quietly up 140 points in the July contract currently trading at 289.00 per board foot continuing to stick right near contract highs with low volatility impressing traders with its resiliency to selloff with many of the other commodities.

26 May

Coffee Prices Hit Fresh Contract Lows

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Coffee Futures--- Coffee futures this week were absolutely crushed down by about 1200 points from last Fridays close currently trading at 166.55 a pound which is a new fresh contract low down another $.30 points in today’s action hitting a fresh two year low this Friday pre-Memorial holiday weekend.

26 May

How Low Are Cotton Prices Going ?

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Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures are down once again today lower by 20 points trading right around 70.45 a bale in the July contract finishing down about 600 points during the trading week hitting another fresh two year low on record supplies coming in the market with very little overseas demand at this point.

26 May

Cocoa Prices Higher By 7 Points Today Near Contract Lows

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 Cocoa Futures--- Cocoa futures are quiet today up 7 points in the July contract currently trading at 2112 slightly higher after being down for 3 consecutive trading session selling off more than 170 points this week and now looking at contract lows which is the next support of around 2050 which in my opinion will be broken shortly due to the fact that there is very little demand for Cocoa even at these relatively low prices in the last several year

26 May

Sugar Futures Higher 2nd Day In A Row

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Sugar Futures--- Sugar futures are modestly higher this afternoon in New York for the 2nd day in a row currently up 7 points in the July contract traded 19.65 after Wednesday hitting a fresh two year low in price once again breaking $.20 a pound level with the next major support around 17.50 and in my opinion I think we head back down to the July 2010 lows of 15.50 like I've stated in many previous blogs here in the last several we

25 May

Milk Prices Higher Hit 8 Week Highs

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Milk Futures--- Milk futures today continue their bullish momentum to the upside higher by another 30 points currently trading at 16.40 with a high in the intraday at 16.50 which is an eight week high in prices while just three weeks ago traders and dairy farmers were shaking their heads wondering how low prices are going and instead now they're wondering how high are prices going.

25 May

Lumber Supported By Record Low Bond Yields

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Lumber Futures-- Lumber futures today in Chicago traded very quietly up 140 points in the July contract currently trading at 289.00 per board foot continuing to stick right near contract highs with low volatility impressing traders with its resiliency to selloff with many of the other commodities.

25 May

Cotton Prices Lower By 45 Points Today; New Lows

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 Cotton Futures-- Cotton futures are down once again today lower by 65 points trading right around 70.20 a bale in the July contract finishing down about 600 points during the trading week hitting another fresh two year low on record supplies coming in the market with very little overseas demand at this point.

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