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Agricultural Commodities Post The July WASDE

Major global trade changes for 2018/19 include lower corn exports for Russia, more than offset by ... all of the agricultural commodities. The July 2018 WASDE report was not bearish for most of the ag... read more

The Finance 202: The GOP's tax cut hasn't delivered a pay bump yet. Defenders say: Just wait for it

Export prices for all U.S. goods minus agriculture stayed even in July as falling prices for non-farm industrial supplies, materials and autos were offset ... to exclude the commodity from its tariff ... read more

Iconic brands feel tariff pain, and corporate America braces for more

With the U.S.-versus-the-world ... offset domestic surpluses. Plus, favorable growing weather in the U.S. Midwest for this season’s crops means supply may remain ample ahead. Meat producer Tyson Foods ... read more

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Starving for Answers

By 1994, when the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations concluded, and at the request of major developing countries, agriculture had become a key bargaining chip in the establishment of the ... read more


Australia's Long Drought Withering Wheat, Rice Supplies

Australia's weather ... can halve the total production," said Mark Howden, a CSIRO climate variability and agriculture expert. Australian wheat makes up about 15 percent of the grain's world trade, so ... read more

Grains Mixed After WASDE While Cotton Rallies And Meats Move Lower

An overall bullish report for agricultural commodities. Soybeans- Lower global ... World consumption is raised slightly, while world trade is forecast 600,000 bales higher, as higher expected imports ... read more

Public Information Notice: IMF Executive Board Concludes 2009 Article IV Consultation with the Lao People's Democratic Republic

Macroeconomic performance of the Lao P.D.R. economy was broadly positive in 2008, in spite of external and weather-related shocks. GDP growth moderated only slightly despite severe flooding which nega... read more

Why Soybeans are on the Frontlines in the Trade War

CPA believes the U.S. Trade ... is the world’s largest soybean consumer and remains heavily reliant on imports, so “the country’s buying habits have an outsize influence on global prices.” By imposin... read more

Market integration could help offset climate-related food insecurity

Integrating global markets can buffer ... future commodity prices and food security from the negative effects of climate change on agriculture, says a Purdue University agricultural economist. Rising ... read more

Da'Bears dominate beans in Friday's USDA report

We had the honor this week to meet the chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) during his visit to Oklahoma. This was a unique opportunity to discuss the importance of futures ... read more

While iconic brands feel tariff pain,corporate America braces for more

CHICAGO: With the US-versus-the-world trade war threat ... going into effect. In the commodities market, China and Mexico make up two of the largest export destinations for US farm products, so tariff... read more

Public Lecture on Global and Regional Economic Prospects by Naoyuki Shinohara, IMF's Deputy Managing Director

I will start with the economic outlook and risks for the world ... global demand, but also due to supply shocks for selected commodities, such as weather-related crop damage. Upward pressure on prices ... read more



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