Market closes week on quiet note; CWG posts sharpest gain

Market closes week on quiet note; CWG posts sharpest gain

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The tone of the market was mostly quiet to close out the week on Friday March 22. Distiller’s corn oil (DCO) traded slightly higher at 44.25 cents per pound FOB Indiana in sizeable volume. Ten trucks of DCO traded at 44.50 cts/lb FOB Nebraska/Kansas.

On a weekly basis, prices were higher again across all product categories. Missouri River choice white grease (CWG) prices increased the most on the week, by 3.55%. Increased buying interest driven by pockets of tight supply boosted CWG prices this week.

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