June 22

Next update:
June 23



CME 40-lb. blocks
unchanged at
$1.5125
June 16June 17June 20June 21June 220,51,01,52,02,5Dollars
DayPrice
June 161,535
June 171,515
June 201,515
June 211,513
June 221,513



500-lb. barrels down
1/2 to $1.54
June 16June 17June 20June 21June 220,51,01,52,02,5Dollars
DayPrice
June 161,55
June 171,545
June 201,545
June 211,545
June 221,54

Daily Cheese Prices

On June 22 The Chicago Mercantile Exchange reported 40-pound blocks unchanged at $1.5125, 500-pound barrels down 1/2 to $1.54. Support prices for blocks start at $1.31, barrels at $1.28. Place your cursor on the bars and click to see the day's prices.

Chicago Mercantile Exchange cash cheese trading takes place daily from 10:45 to 10:55 a.m. with a closing call that can go a maximum of another 10 minutes. Our chart reports the last five trading days. Yearly activity can be found at Chicago Mercantile Exchange Cheese

These prices are from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, a daily spot-market for cheese. Until, September 1, 1998, cheese trading took place once a week on Thursdays. The Chicago Merc replaced the National Cheese Exchange on May 1, 1997. Historically, the National Cheese Exchange was an important market for pricing 80 to 90 percent of the wholesale cheese in the U.S. Also, the NCE had a tremendous influence on farm milk prices because of the great effect it has on the Basic Formula Price (BFP); the BFP is the foundation price for all prices under federal milk marketing orders.

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