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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 Jeff Frazier 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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- Cotton Finishes Red on Friday
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- Mixed Hog Trade into Weekend
- Hog futures went into the weekend mixed on Friday, with Feb and April giving back $1.15 and $0.55 respectively. The back months continued their bounce, with gains of 7 to 87 cents on the day. Feb closed out the week at a $1.95 loss and saw the lowest print since...
- Friday Gains for Cattle Futures
- Fat cattle finished out the week of trading with 12 to 40 cent gains on Friday. For Feb, that left the board at a net 10 cent gain for the week, while April was up by 90 cents Friday to Friday. USDA confirmed some light catch up business in the...
- Wheat Sees Spread Trading on Friday
- SRW futures closed the last trade day of the week with 1 3/4 to 2 3/4 cent losses. The hard red wheats extended their premiums as KC rallied 1 3/4 to 5 cents on the day and MPLS gained 1 1/2 to 3 1/2 cents. HRW is now a $1.19...
- Soy Futures Fade on Friday
- At the close beans were 14 cents weaker in the March contract and a dime in the red in the May. The other nearby beans closed fractionally to 8 1/2 cents lower. March is still at a nickel premium to May and is a 13 1/2 cent premium to July....
- Corn Closes Mostly Red on Friday
- The March corn contract ended the last trade day of the week with a fractional gain, while the other nearby contracts went home 2 1/4 to 3 1/2 cents in the red. That added to the board’s inverse, which now has a 3 cent discount to May and has July...