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PM Post - Sideways but Vulnerable

THE OPEN Jan beans:  6 1/4 higher Jan meal;  .80 higher Jan soyoil:  15 higher March corn: 1 higher March wheat:  3 1/4 higher The market opened as called with more short-covering activity in the soy complex that set the tone for a buy bean/sell corn spread trade.  The catalyst for higher beans was part technical and part trade negotiation chatter, as the narrative flipped back to a more optimistic tone on reports from Bloomberg that a phase one agreement might be expected ahead of the Dec 15 tariff deadline.   SOY The soy complex extended gains present in the night session on short-covering activity related to talk that a deal could still be ahead before the tariff deadline on Dec 15.  ...

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