Commodity Markets Focused on China

August 28, 2015 12:32 PM
Commodity Markets Focused on China

Typically this time of year, grain traders are almost singularly focused on crops and weather. But crops and weather took a back seat to China this week. Day-to-day movement in the Chinese stock market was the No. 1 driver of price action in the soybean market. Corn and wheat futures followed a similar path, although volatility was less than in soybeans.

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