Last week, every political pundit and newspaper writer became an expert on soybeans. China had threatened to slap a retaliatory tariff on soybeans.
"Indiana soybean farmers wary of potential U.S. trade war with China: 'We're in a vulnerable time'," the Chicago Tribune reported.
"Iowa farmers say they have a lot to lose in a trade war with China," CNN reported.
"Impact Of China's New Tariffs Could Be 'Huge' On U.S. Soybean Farmers," NPR reported.
It was Soybeanageddon.
But just as suddenly, Europe developed a hunger for soybeans.
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