Soybeans take hit, so blame China

Soybeans take hit, so blame China

CHINA remained in the headlines last week as its falling stock markets fanned bearish flames throughout the commodity complex, with soybeans and crude oil taking solid hits at times.

Things seemed to calm late in the week when an upward revision to the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) at least temporarily shifted attention away from China and its troubles.

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