End of Trade War Looks Like Beginning of Cold War


If China agreed to purchase “$40 to $50 billion,” of U.S.  farm goods in “the next two years,” as President Donald J.  Trump announced October 11, the futures market — where market reality is quickly sorted from political talk — literally wasn’t buying it.

In fact, November soybean futures, the nearby contract, opened Monday, October 14 at $9.405 per bu.  and



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