China’s Appetite for U.S. Soybeans Starts to Slacken

Chinese orders for U.S. soybeans hit a four-year record recently, but that might be short-lived. Chinese processors have enough supply to meet their need through January and other nations have cheaper prices than the U.S. What will this mean for prices? Insights via @CME Group :

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