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CHICAGO LIVESTOCK

CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Tue:

Open High Low Settle Chg.

CATTLE

40,000 lbs.; cents per lb.

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Oct 97.47 97.65 97.25 97.57 — .08

Dec 100.57 100.95 100.35 100.50 — .27

Feb 101.62 102.10 101.40 101.65 — .12

Apr 101.05 101.35 100.90 101.07 — .28

Jun 97.05 97.05 96.70 96.90 — .10

Aug 95.40 95.80 95.30 95.45

Oct 98.25 98.45 98.20 98.30 + .05

Dec 99.40 99.65 99.40 99.50

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Feb 100.00 100.10 100.00 100.10 + .10

Est. sales 24,878. Mon.’s sales 42,842

Mon.’s open int 244,051, up 3,936

FEEDER CATTLE

50,000 lbs.; cents per lb.

Sep 115.85 116.30 115.70 115.82 — .33

Oct 116.30 116.30 115.85 116.07 — .18

Nov 116.50 116.60 116.00 116.37 — .23

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Jan 115.00 115.15 114.75 114.90 — .35

Mar 112.85 112.90 112.70 112.90 — .02

Apr 113.15 113.50 113.10 113.50 — .10

May 113.30 113.45 113.10 113.45 — .15

Aug 113.30 113.50 113.30 113.50 + .10

Est. sales 4,331. Mon.’s sales 4,056

Mon.’s open int 29,088, up 400

HOGS,LEAN

40,000 lbs.; cents per lb.

Oct 61.12 61.60 60.90 61.00 — .52

Dec 62.50 63.37 62.25 62.30 — 1.02

Feb 67.20 68.00 66.82 67.22 — .33

Apr 69.25 69.85 69.05 69.27 — .60

May 73.70 74.10 73.60 74.07 — .23

Jun 75.92 77.50 75.85 76.80 + .10

Jul 73.95 75.30 73.70 74.80 + .30

Aug 71.15 72.05 71.15 72.05 + .55

Oct 65.50 66.40 65.40 66.40 + .90

Est. sales 19,889. Mon.’s sales 18,940

Mon.’s open int 174,537, up 537

CHICAGO FUTURES

CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Tue.:

Open High Low Settle Chg.

WHEAT

5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel

Dec 8991⁄4 905 8723⁄4 8871⁄4 + 91⁄2

Mar 9011⁄2 907 878 892 + 83⁄4

May 802 8091⁄2 778 793 + 101⁄2

Jul 640 641 6311⁄2 6371⁄2

Sep 637 6411⁄2 6331⁄4 638 — 1⁄2

Dec 643 6441⁄2 636 643 — 1

Mar 643 — 1

Jul 5881⁄4 590 584 590

Dec 600 605 600 605 — 3

Jul 585 585 5751⁄2 585 — 3

Mon.’s sales 52,724

Mon.’s open int 385,884, up 9

CORN

5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel

Dec 3731⁄2 3751⁄2 3703⁄4 3713⁄4 — 13⁄4

Mar 389 3901⁄2 3861⁄4 3871⁄4 — 13⁄4

May 3971⁄2 3991⁄2 3951⁄2 3961⁄4 — 21⁄4

Jul 4061⁄4 408 4031⁄2 4043⁄4 — 13⁄4

Sep 409 4101⁄2 4071⁄4 409 — 11⁄2

Dec 4143⁄4 4163⁄4 414 4141⁄4 — 21⁄2

Mar 423 4241⁄2 4211⁄4 4231⁄4 — 23⁄4

May 429 429 429 429 — 2

Jul 432 4321⁄2 430 431 — 1

Dec 418 4191⁄2 415 4173⁄4 — 1⁄4

Mar 4231⁄2 4231⁄2 4231⁄2 4231⁄2 — 1⁄2

Jul 4291⁄2 4291⁄2 4291⁄2 4291⁄2 — 1⁄2

Dec 4201⁄2 425 4201⁄2 4241⁄2

Mon.’s sales 170,310

Mon.’s open int 1,131,280, up 8,917

OATS

5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel

Dec 281 2821⁄2 2781⁄4 2811⁄2 — 21⁄4

Mar 291 293 2893⁄4 292 — 1

May 2941⁄4 295 2933⁄4 294 + 11⁄2

Jul 295 297 295 297

Sep 297

Dec 284 284 284 284

Mar 284

May 284

Jul 284

Sep 284

Jul 284

Sep 284

Mon.’s sales 1,170

Mon.’s open int 14,144, up 115

SOYBEANS

5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel

Nov 9801⁄4 9823⁄4 970 973 — 53⁄4

Jan 996 998 9853⁄4 989 — 51⁄2

Mar 10031⁄2 10051⁄2 9941⁄4 9963⁄4 — 6

May 10023⁄4 10041⁄4 9921⁄2 9961⁄4 — 53⁄4

Jul 10073⁄4 10091⁄2 9963⁄4 9991⁄2 — 6

Aug 9881⁄2 9963⁄4 985 985 — 8

Sep 960 960 960 960 — 7

Nov 942 9441⁄2 933 936 — 51⁄2

Jan 940 946 936 943

Mar 943

Jul 960 960 953 957 — 3

Nov 903 906 8881⁄2 900 + 4

Mon.’s sales 103,850

Mon.’s open int 550,804, up 11,658

Wheat rises, while corn, soybeans decline

CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat prices rose, while corn and soybean prices fell Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade.

Wheat for December delivery rose 9.5 cents to $8.8725 a bushel; December corn fell 1.75 cents to $3.7175 a bushel; December oats fell 2.25 cents to $2.815 a bushel; November soybeans declined 5.75 cents to $9.73 a bushel.

Beef futures fell and pork futures ended mixed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

October live cattle fell 0.08 cent to 97.57 cents a pound; October feeder cattle fell 0.18 cent to $1.1607 a pound; October lean hogs dropped 0.52 cent to 61 cents a pound; February pork bellies rose 1.22 cents to 88.72 cents a pound.

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