Grain trade watches as China returns to work

Grain trade watches as China returns to work

CHINA went back to work after its weeklong Golden Week holiday, and traders will be watching for economic news out of China as well as for additional soybean purchases.

Before taking off for the holiday, Chinese buyers loaded up on U.S. soybeans, buying supplies from both this year's and next year's crops. China also released some bad news about its slowing economy, which rattled a number of markets, including equities, crude oil and crops.

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