Weekly USA commodities&pork prices for pig producers.• Lean hog futures were higher Tuesday.

• Corn was about unchanged while soybean and soybean meal futures declined and soybean oil was higher. Wheat futures were lower.

• The value of the US dollar against the euro was higher.

• Crude oil futures were lower.

• New York gold futures were lower.

• US stock indexes were mostly lower, with the DJIA and Standard & Poor’s lower and the NASDAQ higher.

• European stock indexes were higher.

• Asian stock indexes were higher Tuesday.

• US lean hog futures ended lower. Lean hog futures fell. October lean hog futures fell 0.150c, closing at 86.350c a lb.

• Cutout values for pork were unavailable because of the government shutdown.

• Corn, wheat and soy complex futures rose Monday on talk of robust export demand and a forecast for rain in the Corn Belt that may slow harvests. Chicago December wheat gained ¼c, closing at $6.92½ a bushel, Kansas City December wheat rose 1¼c, closing at $7.61½ a bushel, and Minneapolis December gained 1¾c, closing at $7.56½ a bushel. December corn futures gained 3¾c, closing at $4.37 a bushel. November soybeans gained 6¼c, closing at $12.73 a bushel. October soybean meal rose $1.20, closing at $423.20 a ton. October soybean oil gained 0.08c, closing at $40.19 a lb.

• Major US stock indexes were up Monday on expectations the U.S. government would reopen soon and that the debt ceiling would be raised. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose more than 64 points, closing 15,301.26. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rose 7 points, closing at 1,710. the Nasdaq Composite Index gained about 23 points, closing at 3,815.27 points.

• The value of the US dollar against the euro was lower Monday.

• Crude oil futures gained slightly Monday on stronger expectations of a deal to reopen the U.S. government and extend the debt ceiling. The November contract rose 39c, closing at $102.41 a barrel.

• Gold futures rose Monday but settled below session highs on hopes for a resolution to the U.S. debt ceiling dispute and the reopening of the federal government. The October contract gained $8.40, closing at $1,276.40 an oz