Argy farmers end strike, resume exports today

Reports are coming in that the Argy farmers strike has ended and exports will resume as early as today. I can only assume that they have been looking at prices increasing in the US and thinking "come on lads lets have a piece of the action. What's a 13 percent tax hike with soybeans pushing $15/bushel?" Either the overnight market hasn't heard this yet, or is simply choosing to ignore it. Who'd have thought that soybeans would be 30 cents up on the day the strike got lifted?

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