CME update: lean hog futures rebound on bargain buying

US lean hog futures gained on 19 April, nearly reversing widespread selloffs on Friday 16 April as traders capitalized on bargain buying.
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Robust cash hog prices and firming wholesale pork prices supported the market. The US pork cut-out, an indication of wholesale pork prices, rose $1.99 to $114.08 per cwt on Monday afternoon.

The market has recently been in retreat after setting life-of-contract highs earlier in April, buoyed by the approach of the summer grilling season and optimism about the US economy reopening.

"We overdid it to the downside, technically, fundamentally - and now we are getting a bounce-back," said Don Roose, president of Iowa-based US Commodities.

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