This past week was certainly a roller coaster week for the CME spot butter trade, with each day offsetting the work done in the day that preceded it.
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In the last four trading sessions of the CME spot trade there seems to be as much confusion about which way butter should go.
All of the excitement in Friday’s trade failed to follow through on Monday.
The hope for substantially better milk prices this year has dimmed, but yet there is hope seasonality will allow for better prices during the second half of the year. Ultimately, supply and demand will dictate milk prices.
The positive movement in the spot session sent Class III markets soaring.
Class III markets were largely subdued through Monday’s session with only the May, June and July markets finishing lower.
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The CME spot cheese trade in the past 9 months can be defined as big runs and volatility.
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