February 22, 2019
With trade talks between the U.S. and China moving into high gear, hopes emerged for a deal to include large purchases of farm products. USDA’s latest forecast for 2019 included a sizeable increase for soybean exports, which lagged this year due to the tariffs. But it’s too early to say if these hopes will bear fruit, says Bryce Knorr, Farm Futures senior grain market analysts.
Knorr joined WILL radio’s Todd Gleason for a look at the markets this week, sitting in the with panel on Commodity Week. To listen to the show click here.
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