Commodity Prices Surge As Inflation Looms Commodity Prices Surge As Inflation Looms
Commodity Prices Surge As Inflation Looms

Despite continued outbreaks of COVID-19 in India and a few other hot spots, and the spread of a South African variant, most of the world’s economies expect a summer recovery… Read More

For the week ending October 29, outstanding (unshipped) export sales of corn, wheat, and soybeans reached a record 64 million metric tons (mmt.), the U.S. Department of Agriculture reports. That… Read More

Amid stepped-up buys of U.S. grains, China made its second biggest ever single buy of U.S. corn, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported July 10—1.365 million tons, the biggest single… Read More

At the recently concluded Inland Marine Expo, Mike Steenhoek, executive director of the Soy Transportation Coalition (STC), spoke eloquently about the importance of transportation networks—especially water transport networks—to soy farmers. Read More

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