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Financials: Sept. Bonds are currently 4 higher at 152’29, 10 Yr. Notes 1.5 higher at 125’18 and the 5 Yr. Note 0.5 lower at 117’27.5. Testimony by Fed Chairwoman Yellen yesterday indicated that the Fed would take a moderate to soft path when it comes to raising rates and trimming the Fed’s balance sheet by selling off a percentage of its massive inventory of Bonds and Notes. Concern was also mentioned that inflation target of 2.0% was not being met. The result was a rally across the board in the interest rate sector off of recent lows made after last week’s higher than expected non-farm payrolls. I am currently on the sidelines awaiting a further rally to re-enter the market from the short side believing that rates are ultimately headed higher. I will be a seller in Bonds above 154’18, 10 Yr. notes above 126’18 and the 5 Yr. above 118’10.
Grains: Dec. Corn is currently 4’0 lower at 394’6, Nov. Beans 19’4 lower at 1014’2 and Dec. Wheat 6’4 lower at 516’0. Yesterday’s supply/demand report showed stockpiles higher than expected for corn and Wheat and below expectations for Beans. Estimated Crop Production and yields per acre where also above expectations. If you did not take profits on long Dec. Corn positions continue to use a protective sell stop at 388’0.
Cattle: Yesterday Feeder and Live Cattle closed up the daily limit in response to negative price in action feed grains after the release of a negative Grain Report. We have been on the sidelines for the last week, but feel these markets can head a bit higher before running into resistance 2.50-3.00 points above the market. I will be a seller in Aug. and/or Oct. LC above 121.00. I am also looking to do the long Feb./short Oct. Cattle spread at 50 points premium the Oct.
Silver: Sept. Silver is currently 2 cents lower at 15.87. During the last week I tried the long side only to be once again stopped out with a 20 cent loss. I am currently on the sidelines.
S&P’s: Sept. S&P’s are currently 3.00 higher at 2443.00. We remain short from the 2426.00-2434.00 area with a protective buy stop in the 2453.00 area. If the market trades below 2419.00 either take profits or lower your stop to 2441.00.
Currencies: As of this writing the Sept. Euro is currently 10 lower at 1.14430, the Yen unchanged at 0.88540, the Pound 56 higher at 1.2970 and the Dollar Index 3 lower at 95.480. We remain short the Euro with a protective buy stop at 1.1550.
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