Meanwhile, corn exploded higher last week as the weather market got underway.
The soybean market is also worried about overall demand from China due to the Asian Swine Flu.
Meanwhile, Brazil has a big production of coffee and there is a slow start to the harvest season for sugar in the US.
A new definition for tedium should be having to follow the Dow Jones; for weeks now it hasn’t done much to entertain market watchers.
Canada and China continue to have weaker trade relations and canola demand from China have been decimated.
The subtitle for this could have been: “Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practiced to deceive.”
The technology of solar power energy is advancing at a very fast pace and the costs pertaining to its installation are decreasing due to intense market...
US spring wheat planting progress has been slow while there is weak demand for U.S. cotton.
Talk about drama! The Dow Jones this week closed only one percent away from its last all-time high of last October 3rd.
The U.S. energy grid is ageing and it’s the perfect opportunity for energy contractors to up their game and help improve the sector.