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October began with the big Apple Festival in Bayfield, Wisconsin. All things apple were available. Thousands of pies, doughnuts, caramel-dipped apples and more were passed to hungry mouths by the frenzied hands of visitors to shops and orchards. The number of apple varieties available was amazing. But the apple celebration always has a tinge of sorrow for worshipers of summer because it means fall is firmly in charge.
URBANA, Ill. — Global financial markets collapsed in March 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the world. But weeks earlier, soybean futures had already started providing an early warning sign of troubles ahead.
A higher than expected supply number in the latest USDA quarterly stocks report took its toll on the soybean market to close out September. However, the market digested those numbers quickly and is back to focusing on the ongoing harvest in the Midwest.