September 9 - 13, 2019

  • Trump delays tariff hikes by two weeks in ‘good will’ gesture to China -CNBC

  • Bolton’s exit raises odds of US-China trade deal -Asia Times

  • China Removes Some Tariffs, Pork, Soybean Tariffs Remain -Hoosier Ag Today

  • China to remove tariffs on some US products, but not corn, soybeans -WAPO

  • Trump says October tariffs on Chinese imports will be delayed 'as a gesture of good will' -USA Today

  • Soybeans, corn ease ahead of USDA data on crop-boosting US weather -Reuters Africa

  • China waives tariffs on some U.S. goods as trade war continues -Global News

  • Taiwan says it will buy US$3.6 B in US agricultural products -SCMP

  • Argentina Soy Crushers Meet With China on Path to Meal Approval -Bloomberg

  • Canada sails warship through Taiwan Strait for second time in three months -SCMP

  • US farm group says there's a major flaw with new NAFTA — nothing to do with dairy -Financial Post

  • Oil gains on hopes for US, China trade war thaw, lower crude stocks -Financial Post

  • China's Refined Oil Imports Jump 28.4% In August -Oil Price.com

  • Canada turns to World Trade Organization over China's canola ban -Yahoo

  • India's monsoon rains 38% above-average this week-Successful Farming

  • China's soybean imports hit year high in August -World Grain

  • 'Canola crop might not make it': Sask. farmers wary of potential frost -CTV News

  • Mnuchin Dismisses Data Showing Trade War Pain -The New York Times

  • Canada Faces Record Large Canola Stocks -Agweb

  • US-China Trade Plummets Ahead Of October Negotiations -Axios

  • China Insiders Hint This Round Of Trade Talks Could Lead To 'Breakthrough' -CNBC

  • Oil Rises As US Again Sanctions Iran, Russia Cuts Production -Bloomberg

  • U.S.-China Trade Talks To Resume In October As Economic Impact Lingers -Reuters

  • Hedge Funds Face Off With Analysts In Corn Ahead Of Key Report -Bloomberg

  • Big Ag Wants A Cut Of Booming Fake-Meat Market -Financial Post

  • Mnuchin Says US Economy Unscathed By More Than A Year Of Trade Conflict -AFP News

  • US-China Trade War Risks Becoming A Currency War — With Greater Damage -The Hill

  • China Exports Fall In August As US Trade War Bites -BBC News

  • Chinese Exports To The United States Fell 16% In August - USA Today

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