RSSFutures File With Walt Breitinger
Wheat prices dropped to the lowest price in almost three months this week, grinding down on news that global wheat output may reach a record.
During the last five years, many commodities hit record high prices as there appeared to be a global shortage looming.
Orange juice prices blasted upward in response to a recent USDA report predicted Florida’s orange crop this year would be the smallest since 1990. A combination of dry weather and a disease known as citrus greening are the primary causes for …
An announcement this week from the Food and Drug Administration outlined a proposal to ban partially hydrogenated oils, citing health risks due to the presence of trans fats.
Halloween marks the highest level of candy consumption throughout the year in the United States, but that fact did not help the cocoa or sugar markets this week.
Pork market sizzles
With the government open for business again, cattle traders are anxiously awaiting the monthly Cattle on Feed report, which will give an update on the state of the national herd.
Among U.S. farmers, corn is king – more acres of corn are planted each year than any other crop. Yet very little of that corn is sweet corn that ends up directly on your plate. Nearly half of all domestic corn use is devoted to creating ethan…
A USDA report released on Monday showed the U.S. stockpile of corn was higher than expected, causing a sharp selloff.
Crude oil prices declined again this week as tensions eased between the United States and “rogue states” Iran and Syria.
The Federal Reserve surprised markets on Wednesday with an announcement it was not changing anything.
This week, tensions eased between Syria and the United States as it looked like a Russian-brokered deal might lead to peaceful removal of chemical weapons. The potential for peace caused a sell-off in gold, crude oil, and related commodities.
Orange juice prices have been languishing in recent weeks as the 2013 hurricane season remains mild.
Crude oil prices exploded higher this week as U.S. officials’ rhetoric toward Syria grew increasingly bellicose.
The USDA released a monthly report on Monday showing the U.S. soybean crop would be notably smaller than expected, though still large by recent standards. The shrinking crop expectations started a rally that lasted all week, with soybeans cli…
Cattle prices charged to the highest price in over four months after a major meatpacker announced it would stop buying cattle that had been fed with a broadly used feed additive.
Sugar prices jumped to a one-month high this week on fears the Brazilian sugarcane crop could be damaged by frost.
Orange juice prices jumped this week as Tropical Storm Dorian formed in the Atlantic Ocean.
Corn prices continued grinding lower this week, falling beneath $5 per bushel.
U.S. crude oil prices rocketed to a 16-month high Thursday, reaching as high as $107.45 per barrel.
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