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Buildup of Livestock Supplies “Crushing” Meat Prices

Kelsey Gee reported on the front page of the Money & Investing section of today’s Wall Street Journal that, “Cattle and hog prices hover near the lowest levels in years as U.S. meatpackers produce the largest volume of meat in history. “Last week’s 9.2% slide in hog futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange was a […]
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