Growing concerns about mounting dry weather conditions in South America provided some upward momentum to soybean prices heading into the week’s trade Sunday night and into Monday. Soybeans also got a boost from news of China’s increased year-over-year import pace; compared to this time in 2019, China has imported 41% more soybeans, most coming from the U.S. and Brazil. Meanwhile, corn and futures started the week slightly lower, but speculators continue to extend net-long positions for corn — now at their highest volume levels since 2014 — reflecting a bullish long-term outlook for corn. See what else to watch to start the week in ag.