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CG&S Joins COMARK EQUITY ALLIANCE
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Cooperative Grain & Supply is excited to announce a new grain alliance partnership with CoMark Equity Alliance (CEA) beginning February 1, 2022. As a result, CG&S is no longer affiliated with the company, or the employees of the company, formally known as TMA.
Please contact CG&S or our CEA risk management Advisor Jake Leis for all of your future grain and risk management needs.
CEA Risk Management Advisor
Thank you for the past, present, and future support of Cooperative Grain & Supply.
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- Feeders Look to Rebound on Tuesday
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- Wheat Starting Turnaround Tuesday Early
- Wheat futures are in retreat mode following limit gains on Monday. Turnaround Tuesday is showing CBT wheat 18 to 27 cents lower, with KC down 24 to 40 cents and MPLS dropping 20 to 25 cents. Overnight India released a clarification on the wheat export restrictions, stating any wheat handed...
- Hogs Look Ahead to Tuesday Trade
- Lean hog futures posted $1.32 to $3.60 gains on Monday. The National Average Base Hog price for Monday afternoon was $101.64 up 17 cents from the day prior. CME’s Lean Hog Index for 5/12 was 55 cents lower to $100.49. Pork cutout futures were $3.20 higher on Monday. USDA’s National...
- Cotton Slightly Lower to Start Tuesday
- Cotton futures are pulling back from strong gains on Monday, with contracts down 18 to 49 points this morning. They were up 404 to 545 points on Monday. Outside markets were adding support, with crude oil up another $3.40 and the dollar down 391 points. The weekly Crop Progress report...
- Corn Lower in Overnight Trade
- Corn futures are down 4 to 7 ½ cents this morning following the overnight session. rallied another 15 to 28 ¼ cents on Monday to start the week on a bullish note. July climbed back over $8, with Dec back above $7.50. After the close, NASS released their weekly Crop...