This soybean ETF hits a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store for this ETF?
Agricultural commodities are surging this year buoyed by weather-related supply concerns and higher demand that has encouraged investment fund buying.
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The Soybean ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
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This soybean ETF has hit a new 52-week high lately. Are more gains in store?
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The US and China continue to pursue a trade deal, in which the U.S. would cut tariffs on Chinese goods and China would buy more American farm products and manufactured goods. With this in mind, investors...
Soybean and corn ETFs have been gaining on the back of U.S. storm damage and increased Chinese demand.
Weather concerns initiated a rally in corn, soybean and wheat ETFs.
U.S. agricultural ETFs have been displaying a favorable trend lately thanks to unfavorable weather.
Agricultural or soft commodity ETFs have been outperforming the broader market.
China has agreed to buy $200 billion of extra American goods and services, putting these ETF areas in focus.
The prospects of US-China signing a trade deal have raised optimism about the performance of the agriculture ETFs.
We highlight the soybean ETF that can grow as China increases its purchases from the United States.
These ETF areas should gain considerably if there is a trade deal between the United States and China.
As China announces new waivers for domestic state and private companies, we highlight how beneficial the move can be for the soybean ETF.
We highlight the impact of China's latest deal with Argentina to purchase soy meal on SOYB ETF.