Crop markets recover from last week's FBI email news: Podcast

Soybeans higher after new sale to China and big export shipments.

Corn, soybeans and wheat were higher near midday Monday as they recovered from Friday’s tumble that followed news then that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was launching a new probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails. Market jitters from that announcement have subsided, and soybeans have been getting support from a new sale to China and larger-than-expected weekly export inspections.

Corn and wheat inspections were up from a week ago and matched trade forecasts. 

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