Person holding handful of soybeansWhat goes up must come down, and the grain export market is proof of that as the new week begins. Wheat futures were sharply lower in overnight trading heading into Monday as corn and soybean futures managed slight gains despite news that soybean export sales have hit a marketing-year low. China remains a major buyer of U.S. soybeans, at 745,000 metric tons last week. But the general soybean export sales number is four percent below last week and 26% below the previous four-week average. Traders don’t see the downturn as a sign of languishing long-term export demand yet, however. See more of what to watch to start the week.