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Extended Trading May Affect USDA Reports

June 11, 2012
By: Pam Fretwell, Director of AgWeb Radio; Farm Journal Special Projects Editor
 
 

 

What effect will the longer trading hours have on the markets when USDA reports are released? Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group, says it might give larger companies who use computers for trading an unfair advantage.
 
"We’ll see how it works. I think they are going to test it tomorrow to see what in the world happens."
 
Listen in as Gulke visit’s with Farm Journal Media’s Pam Fretwell on "Straight from the Heartland" about the significance of tomorrow’s reports.
 

 

More Pre-report News, Analysis

Doug Werling of Bower Trading says today's crop condition report tomorrow's crop reports will be big market drivers. 
 
Greg Milkovich of Roach Ag Marketing says the European bailout of Spain has helped our markets by allowing the dollar to go lower. Some rain in western Corn Belt moving east. Beans seem to be making a move up.
 

 

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