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The market opened pretty much as expected, though soyoil took a bigger initial drop than called. Markets continue to be see-sawed by the daily headlines of U.S. – China trade talks. Yesterday’s word of possible delays pushed prices lower; today’s word of mutual tariff cuts bolstered the equities market. Basically, the two sides are still wrangling over terms and markets are living the drama. The more substantive announcement of the day was the possible lifting of China’s ban on U.S. poultry, which is positive for corn and soybeans. China has been buying plenty of poultry from Europe and Russia, and the ban on U.S. product has been a long-term sham based on a long ago non-threatening bout of low-pathogenic avian infl...

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