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Nervous markets turn cautious on commodities

Some money managers head to the sidelines to avoid risk.

Bryce Knorr 1

April 14, 2018

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Rising volatility may have farmers looking at new crop soybean sales for 2017 alreadylukas_zb/Thinkstock

If you’ve ever felt frustrated by markets, you’re not alone. Fund managers are also wondering what they heck is going on as everything from stocks to soybeans trades erratically.

Here’s what funds were up to through Tuesday, April 10, when the CFTC collected data for its latest Commitment of Traders put out on Friday.


About the Author(s)

Bryce Knorr 1

Senior Market Analyst, Farm Futures

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