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DTN Early Word Opening Livestock       11/12 06:40
   Continued Cattle Support Expected

   There is no indication of a change in market direction at this point in
cattle trade as the bullish undertone continues to hold. Traders continue to
brace for a market correction, but strong fundamental support remains.

By Rick Kment
DTN Livestock Analyst



Cattle:  Steady Futures: Higher  Live Equiv $153.01 -0.09*
Hogs:    Steady to Lower Futures: Mixed  Lean Equiv $91.19 +3.67**



*   based on formula estimating live cattle equivalent of gross packer revenue
** based on formula estimating lean hog equivalent of gross packer revenue

GENERAL COMMENTS:

   Limited movement is still expected in cash cattle trade Tuesday although a
few asking prices may become available as the day continues. Feeders are
expected to attempt to stretch the envelope following the multi-week rally in
cash cattle prices over the last couple of months. There is little indication
to suggest a change in the trend ahead of the holidays as higher cash cattle
trade may defy seasonal market trends through the next couple of months.
Futures are expected mostly higher with spillover support developing after
Monday's continued firmness in all nearby contracts. New highs for the market
rally developed in February and April contracts Monday, helping to continue the
bullish market trend that has pushed prices over $20 per cwt from September
lows. This continued focus on expanding the trading limits and cutting into the
spring highs is not only based on fundamental market support and expectations
of tighter supplies through the upcoming months, but technical bullishness
continues to develop. Even though much of the Midwest is experiencing a strong
cold snap, this is not yet having a major impact on the overall market as
temperatures are expected to moderate quickly through the end of the week.
Tuesday slaughter runs are expected at 118,000 head.
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