Reality Check: China won’t immediately start buying U.S. ag goods

Reality Check: China won’t immediately start buying U.S. ag goods

Wisconsin State Farmer

The cease-fire between the U.S. and China sent soybeans higher, with prices ending the day up double digits. Purdue University agricultural economist Wally Tyner said the meeting Saturday night was a step in the right direction. “I think it’s a meaningful process in the sense that it limits the escalation,” said Tyner.

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