USDA estimated the U.S. hog herd has contracted to 73.8 million head as of Sept.1, down 1.1 million head (1.4%) from year-ago and 468,000 head smaller than the average pre-report estimate.
Wheat futures end higher in corrective rebound; soybeans close near three-week low; hogs plunge to nine-month low.
Home prices cooled in July at fastest rate in history of S&P Case-Shiller Index
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Grain, soybean futures higher overnight in corrective recovery; USDA harvest progress slower than expected.
Corrective buying was seen in the grain and soy complex overnight as the U.S. dollar pulled back and crude oil firmed.
CCI ratings have dropped 11 consecutive weeks for corn and eight straight for soybeans.
Corn futures drop near four-week low, soybeans near three-week low as surging dollar, recession worries pressure commodities.
Weekly grain inspected for export through Sept. 22, proved dismal as corn and soybean inspections were reported below expectations, while wheat inspections were notably lower for the week but within the expected range.