Grains higher, Livestock mixed

At the Chicago Board of Trade in Chicago, grain futures were trading higher at the beginning of Friday. Wheat prices fell from 9.25 cents to $8.0775 a bushel in September and then rose again in the afternoon by 26 cents to $8.3050 a bushel. The same September corn, or maize, rose by 1.25 cents to $6.1625 per bushel, but by noon again, September corn rose by 16 cents to $5.2750 per bushel. The same if we talk about September oats, till morning there was no change in its price which was unchanged at 4.48 but by afternoon its price increased from 8.75 cents to $4.5575 per bushel. And if we talk about the September soybean, then the September soybean increased from 27.75 cents to $16.37 per bushel, while talking about the August soybean, it was up 76 cents to 16.65 per bushel.

At the start of the Chicago Board of Trade this morning, beef and pork was high on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, but by noon on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, beef was low and pork was high.

August Live Cattle rose .28 percent to $1.3645 a pound earlier today on the Chicago Board of Trade’s Chicago Mercantile Exchange, but closed .05 percent to $1.3627 a pound in the afternoon. The same August feeder cattle rose 1.15 cents to $1.7857 a pound in the beginning on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange but fell 1.40 cents to $1.7652 a pound by afternoon. While August lean hogs rose 1.53 cents to $1.2065 a pound in the beginning, and by noon, August lean hogs were up .18 percent to $1.2045 a pound.