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OSCC Agriculture Markets Charts

Main Charts page Agriculture Markets: Grain Markets: Currency Markets: Money Markets: World Markets:

CME: Agriculture Combined Total and Adjusted Max Premium Charts:
CME: 
Feeder Cattle Live Cattle Lean Hog  Milk 

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CME Agriculture Back to: Top of page Chart Index E D C B A
  OSCC Combined (5 agriculture) Total Premium Chart Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  OSCC Combined (5 agriculture) 
for Future Adjusted Premium Chart
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
CME Feeder Cattle Back to: Top of page Chart Index
  Total Option Premiums for individual monthly contracts E D C B A
 

with 1 to 180 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
 

with 181 to 360 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  OSCC Feeder Cattle Futures Charts Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Combined Summary of Futures and Options Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
CME Live Cattle  Back to: Top of page Chart Index
  Total Option Premiums for individual monthly contracts E D C B A
 

with 1 to 180 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
 

with 181 to 360 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  OSCC Live Cattle Futures Charts Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Combined Summary of Futures and Options Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
CME Lean Hog   Back to: Top of page Chart Index
  Total Option Premiums for individual monthly contracts E D C B A
 

with 1 to 180 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
 

with 181 to 360 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  OSCC Lean Hog Futures Charts Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Combined Summary of Futures and Options Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
CME Milk           Back to: Top of page Chart Index
  Total Option Premiums for individual monthly contracts E D C B A
 

with 1 to 180 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
 

with 181 to 360 day Expiration dates

Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  OSCC Milk Futures Charts Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Combined Summary of Futures and Options Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with1 to 180 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Call Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend

|2009

2009| |2008 2008|
  Over/Under Priced Put Option Guideline
 with 181 to 360 day
Current Trend |2009 2009| |2008 2008|
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