Monday's CME Dairy Market Recap
Monday’s CME cash session showed weakness in cheese. Cheddar blocks traded twice at unchanged before the bids pulled back and a lone seller unloaded product down to a penny lower. FULL STORY »
Dairy markets: Choppy trade continues
Class III futures settled anywhere from unchanged to -16¢ in 2014; 2015 contracts settled anywhere from +4¢ to -5¢. Both blocks and barrels were steady. FULL STORY »
WASDE: June report a summer repeat
USDA’s June 11 World Ag Supply & Demand Estimates report was virtually a repeat from May, with 2014 and 2015 milk production and price estimates exhibiting little change. FULL STORY »
Dairy markets: ’If it's not bearish, it’s bullish’
All the hallmarks of a market starving for fundamental news were demonstrated by the Class III trade yesterday. FULL STORY »
Dairy markets: Can cheese stay at $2.00?
It was a trading day marked by slightly higher Class III prices on low trading volume. Spot prices bid up in blocks and barrels helped support the market. FULL STORY »
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