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@C - CORN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
May 505'0 502'0 504'6 1'2
Jul 511'0 508'0 510'4 1'0
Sep 508'2 505'4 507'6 0'4
Dec 505'6 503'0 505'4 1'0
Mar 513'2 510'6 513'0 0'4
May 519'2 517'0 517'2 -1'4
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
May 1472'6 1464'0 1468'6 0'2
Jul 1468'6 1460'4 1465'0 0'2
Aug 1403'0 1397'0 1401'2 0'6
Sep 1287'0 1279'2 1283'4 -2'0
Nov 1229'2 1219'0 1223'6 -3'6
Jan 1233'2 1225'0 1227'2 -5'6
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
May 680'6 671'6 680'2 3'6
Jul 687'0 677'6 686'2 3'4
Sep 695'6 687'2 695'2 3'4
Dec 710'0 701'4 710'0 4'2
Mar 722'4 714'6 721'0 2'2
May 726'4 719'2 719'4 -3'6
 
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
May 179.075 178.800 178.975 0.350
Aug 182.850 182.425 182.775 0.325
Sep 183.000 182.100 182.825 0.325
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Apr 143.950 143.825 143.825 - 0.100
Jun 135.300 135.075 135.075 - 0.025
Aug 134.225 134.000 134.000 - 0.200

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