CFTC Commitment of Trader Report as of Tuesday June 21, 2022 – Futures Only Commercial longs maintain the largest positions with a position of 1,109 up 143, to 46.5% and now hold a net long position of 213. Commercial shorts maintain a position of 896 contracts up 59 to 37.6%. Non-commercial longs now maintain a
Please see attached PDF below for further information. Open Interest 2414 + 29 Volume 538 + 0 = 538 – 277 0 EFR’s – No EFP’s – 0 Block Trades were posted Weekly Originated Rail Traffic Data Originated rail traffic data for Canada was flat and the United States was lower. Expect for rail to
** Higher ** ** Convergence ** ** Seasonal Uptick ** ** Position Rolling Spread Trade ** Daily Lumber Remarks Lumber Futures settled considerably higher across the board on carryover buying with and uptick in the underlying spot cash contract. In 5 trade sessions July is up nearly $100 from last week’s low of $517.
IBEW’s Steve Martin confirmed in a text that workers were legally on strike as of 11 a.m. local time on Saturday. The IBEW gave a 72-hour strike notice Wednesday morning. CN did not confirm that workers had gone on strike, but spokesman Jonathan Abecassis says the company has implemented an “operational contingency plan,” noting that operations
Please see attached for your information. Open Interest 2406 + 1 Volume 492 + 0 = 492 + 121 0 EFR’s – No EFP’s – 0 Block Trades were posted CN Car Velocity Up 1 week over week, from 211 to 212. Best, Alex Mead Risk Management Consultant StoneX Financial Inc. NASDAQ: SNEX O: +1-
CFTC Commitment of Trader Report as of Tuesday June 14, 2022 – Futures Only Commercial longs maintain the largest positions with a position of 966 up 30, to 41.5% and now hold a net long position of 129. Commercial shorts maintain a position of 837 contracts up 53 to 36.0%. Non-commercial longs now maintain a
** Mixed ** ** Spread Trade ** ** Technical Support ** Daily Lumber Remarks Lumber Futures settled higher across the board with September contract being the exception with an uptick in spread trade. Front month July contract kicked off the session noticeably weaker opening at $519.30 down $8.70 from yesterday’s settle marking today’s low of