Live cattle Futures - Oct 22 (BGIc3)

311.00
-1.95(-0.62%)
  • Prev. Close:
    312.75
  • Bid/Ask:
    311.00/311.20
  • Day's Range:
    309.75 - 313.80
  • Type:Commodity
  • Group:Agriculture

Live Cattle Futures Overview

Prev. Close
312.75
Month
Oct 22
Tick Size
-
Open
313.25
Contract Size
40,000 Lbs.
Tick Value
-
Day's Range
309.75-313.8
Settlement Type
-
Base Symbol
-
52 wk Range
275.1-341.5
Settlement Day
10/31/2022
Point Value
-
1-Year Change
-1.87%
Last Rollover Day
-
Months
-
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  • downtrend to 120
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    • buy the dips, American print the cash again.
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      • please,drop prices of food and everything else
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        • Ciclo only that NWO
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          • Price of beef is OK for cattle ranchers, what is really HURTING them now is the price of diesel to run tractors, irrigation equipment, and transportation of live cattle to market from remote ranch locations.
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            • so I go t o local grocery stores. check steak prices. at 20 and 25 dollars a lb.no one buying so what happens to the meat. makes no sense to sell a product to high. no sales so prices drop. or. cattle out of business I was brought up with plan to control market and prices stabilize. I see this wrong way pricing in every business. no one understands true cost.
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              • It sells after discount then reshelve
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            • is closing price little weired. is it normal at the last 5 min after hour at 03:05?
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              • Moo
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                • Amazing….,$142.40. When I was feeding cattle 45 years ago, cost of gains were ~42 cents/lb and 60 cent fats made about $30/head.
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                  • Fed cattle prices are probably headed higher, but risk/reward of cattle feeding just doesn’t make sense anymore.
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                • This is going to go up huge as feed corn prices go skyward
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