Commodity

Latin American soybean oil prices fall 9% from record highs

by on May 24, 2022 0

Strong points Lack of new demand pressures markets in Argentina and Brazil Increased Soybean Grind Supply, Reduced Biodiesel Mandate South American soybean oil prices have fallen nearly 9% since the April 28 record as sluggish demand from destinations and increased supply from Argentina and Brazil have had a impact on market sentiment. Not registered?...

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Indian automotive sector: shortage of semiconductors, raw material problems continue to haunt OEMs

by on May 21, 2022 0

While at the start of 2022 automotive OEMs were expecting an improving supply and demand scenario, the turn of events over the past five months means they should now temper their expectations. . Geopolitical strife and the resurgence of Covid-19 prolonged semiconductor shortages and induced fuel price volatility, hurting demand in the last quarter...

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Commodity markets: evolution, challenges and policies

by on May 13, 2022 0

Commodity markets are an integral part of the global economy. Understanding what drives the development of these markets is essential to designing policy frameworks that facilitate the economic goals of sustainable growth, inflation stability, poverty reduction, food security, and climate change mitigation. This study is the first comprehensive analysis examining the evolution of markets...

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Rayonier Sees Rising Cellulose and Paperboard Prices – Commodity Commentary

by on May 3, 2022 0

By Stephen Nakrosis Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. said Tuesday that demand for specialty cellulosics remains strong and paperboard prices continue to rise. Cellulose: Selling prices for cellulosic specialties rose by double digits in the first three months of this year and are expected to increase further, Rayonier said. The company also said that “commodity...

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Commodity exports expose Africa to external shocks: Dr Nzenza

by on May 1, 2022 0

The Chronicle Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Business ReporterOverreliance on commodity exports makes Africa vulnerable to external shocks and the solution lies in transforming the continent from a commodity exporter to a producer of market-competitive value-added goods, a said the Minister of Industry and Trade, Dr. Sekai Nzenza. By producing market-competitive value-added goods, African value chains...

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Mexico nationalizes its lithium industry; Adds to growing list of positive fundamentals for the product

by on April 24, 2022 0

The most attractive and enduring investment themes, including individual stocks or commodities, are characterized by long periods of positive fundamentals that are briefly interrupted by less constructive news. The current 17-month lithium bull market has been clearly defined by the first feature, but any appreciable negative developments have been difficult to determine. Lithium is...

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The commodity complex begins to waver

by on April 22, 2022 0

USD/CAD falls on Wednesday after 6.7% of the Canadian CPI. Fed Chair Powell Fuels Rate Speculation Thursday, USD/CAD Reverses. The 10-year US Treasury yield adds 5 basis points to 2.875%. The Canadian 10-year note gained 1 point to 2.871%. The Bank of Canada and the Federal Reserve added another verse to their policy rounds...

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Global investors flock to Australian commodity producers

by on April 18, 2022 0

“Australia has a very large exposure to commodities through energy, bulks, base metals and chemical metals, and it’s a market that global funds like and understand – it’s a stable market and deep.” UBS, which facilitates most trading for all brokers in Australia, says the influx of investors into the commodities sector is part...

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Central bankers can’t afford to ignore commodity pain

by on April 13, 2022 0

Karen Petrou is Managing Partner at Federal Financial Analytics and author of “Engine of Inequality: The Fed and the Future of Wealth in America” Amid the chaos, there is always volatility, and the commodities sector is really feeling the pain. This has led to growing speculation that central banks will intervene if unprecedented price...

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Commodity prices set for ‘best year since 1915’

by on March 26, 2022 0

Commodity costs are on track for their strongest expansion in more than a century, while fixed wage resources have seen the longest wave of outflows since global finance as the conflict in Ukraine intensifies pressures inflationary pressures resulting from the global economy emerging from lockdown, BofA wrote on Friday. . Looking at EPFR data,...

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Commodity Call: Cottonseed Oil Short Futures

by on March 21, 2022 0

The Continuous Cottonseed Cake Futures (COCUDAKL) contract on the National Commodities and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), after hitting a high of ₹3,440 in early January this year, has lost its bullish momentum and has changed direction downward. The price declined over the following weeks and it reached a two-month low of ₹3,099 at the end...

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Communicating with customers in a changing landscape

by on March 1, 2022 0

The commodities landscape is changing at a breakneck pace and asset managers have their work cut out for them. From the growing popularity of crypto to supply chain disruptions and currency inflation, things are changing every day, which can make it difficult for investors looking to stay ahead of their portfolios. As investment managers,...

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North Korea informs provinces that imported goods will be released in regions where commodity prices are most stable

by on February 28, 2022 0

The Sino-North Korean Friendship Bridge, which connects the Chinese city of Dandong to the North Korean city of Sinuiju. (Image: Daily NK) North Korea recently informed the country’s provincial authorities that goods imported from China would be cleared in areas of the country where commodity prices are most stable. The notification also highlighted the...

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Commodity ETFs hit 52-week high amid Russia-Ukraine crisis

by on February 26, 2022 0

Geopolitical tensions between Russia and Ukraine have put a strain on global commodity markets. Moscow has already started to attack Ukraine and has strained its relations with the West. The Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, is under attack and explosions were reported even early in the morning of February 25. In response to Russia’s decision, the...

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Rising commodity prices mitigate TSX losses as Russian forces push into Ukrainian regions

by on February 22, 2022 0

TORONTO — Rising commodity prices partly mitigated losses in Canada’s main stock index, even as two U.S. markets entered correction territory after sanctions were imposed in response to the dispatch of Russian forces in Ukraine. TORONTO — Rising commodity prices partly mitigated losses in Canada’s main stock index, even as two U.S. markets entered...

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Aussie rally forecast to strengthen on commodity boom

by on February 20, 2022 0

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Author of the article: Bloomberg News Melissa Cheok Content of the article (Bloomberg) – The Australian dollar turns a corner as a global recovery from the pandemic brings a boon for the commodity-exporting country. On a three-week winning streak, the Aussie has climbed 3% since late January and analysts expect...

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Rising gas prices make 28 essentials more expensive

by on February 19, 2022 0

ISLAMABAD: The prices of 28 essential goods have soared due to record fuel prices, leading to inflation of 18.09% on an annual basis. As a direct result of rising petroleum product prices, prices of staples such as milk, pulses, ghee and lentils have soared, according to the Federal Bureau of Statistics. The report said...

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Global Rear Axle Products Market Report 2022 – Industry Analysis, Covid-19 Impact, SWOT Analysis, Competition & Forecast 2028 – Talking Democrat

by on February 12, 2022 0

Global Rear Axle Products Market report published by Eternity Insights offers comprehensive analysis of Rear Axle Products market with respect to market share, market size, revenue growth, trends and demands , drivers and restraints, business landscape, regional bifurcation and competitive scenario. Market players can use the report to learn more about the competitive landscape...

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Retail Commodity Market 2022 Industry Opportunities, Major Players, Key Application, Trends, Size, Future Growth by 2028

by on February 9, 2022 0

Get a sample report Buy the full report Esticast Research has published a global research report on the commodity retail market. This report presents an in-depth analysis of the size, share, SWOT analysis, future progress expansion, industry growth, key development strategies and market trend dynamics of Tinplate Packaging, which includes drivers, restraints, opportunities prevailing...

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Ferrari overwhelmed by rising commodity prices

by on February 3, 2022 0

Ferrari NV has announced that soaring commodity prices would begin to affect the prices of its new supercars. The average cost of an Italian supercar, made by Ferrari, is between $200,000 and $400,000, making it one of the most expensive production automobiles in the world (next to French supercar maker Bugatti) . During a...

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Genus Power Infra Q3 Review

by on February 2, 2022 0

BQ Blue’s special research section brings together in-depth and quality research reports on stocks and the economy from India’s leading brokers, asset managers and research agencies. These reports offer BloombergQuint subscribers the opportunity to broaden their understanding of companies, sectors and the economy. The double whammy of high raw material prices and reduced capacity...

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Commodity hedge funds post solid gains for second year

by on January 31, 2022 0

Commodity hedge funds posted strong returns for the second straight year in 2021 as the energy transition created trading opportunities from crude oil to base metals. The Bridge Alternatives Commodity Hedge Fund Index, which tracks some of the biggest commodity-focused funds including Andurand Capital Management and CoreCommodity Management LLC, posted “positive double-digit performance” for...

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reports net profit of Rs 34.46 Cr in Q3 FY2022

by on January 29, 2022 0

MCX reports net profit of Rs 34.46 Cr in Q3 FY2022 MCX (consolidated) operating revenue decreased by 11% to Rs. 89.55 crores for the third quarter of the financial year 2021-22 For Q3 For the 2021-22 financial year, the EBITDA margin (consolidated) and the PAT margin were 51% and 33% respectively. Average daily turnover...

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study compares crypto to stocks, commodities

by on January 28, 2022 0

Recently, a marketing trend has emerged around major brands suddenly declaring that they will accept cryptocurrency as payment for various consumer goods: video games, movie tickets, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Dallas Mavericks jerseys, flights on Norwegian Air , Teslas. But you have to wonder how many people with big stakes in crypto actually spend it...

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Flexsteel Industries Faces Supply Chain Disruption – Product Commentary

by on January 24, 2022 0

By Stephen Nakrosis Furniture maker Flexsteel Industries Inc. said Monday it continues to deal with supply chain disruptions and rising logistics costs. On logistics costs: Jerry Dittmer, the company’s president and CEO, said, “While our growth outlook is promising, we face major supply chain challenges that are negatively impacting near-term results. Among the issues...

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ECC Approves Export of Certain Commodities to Afghanistan for Pakistani Currency

by on January 21, 2022 0

The Cabinet’s Economic Coordinating Committee on Friday approved the export of certain commodities to Afghanistan against Pakistani currency, given the food crisis and the prevailing situation in the war-torn country. The approval was granted Friday during an online meeting of the committee, chaired virtually by Finance and Revenue Minister Shaukat Tarin. The Committee authorized...

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High Oil Prices Boost Commodity Currencies, Dollar Rally Stalls

by on January 20, 2022 0

Banknotes of Saudi riyal, yuan, Turkish lira, pound, US dollar, euro and Jordanian dinar are seen in this illustration taken January 6, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG, Jan 20 (Reuters) – Rising commodity prices supported the Canadian and Australian dollars on Thursday, while a pause...

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The sharp drop in Won caused by high commodity prices, dependence on China and the massive sale of foreigners

by on January 18, 2022 0

SEOUL, 18 Jan. (Yonhap) — South Korea’s currency has depreciated against the U.S. dollar more sharply than other currencies due to soaring commodity prices, the country’s heavy dependence on the Chinese economy and the sale by foreigners of local shares, a central currency. bank report showed on Tuesday. The South Korean won has fallen...

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An overview of commodity prices at NCX

by on January 16, 2022 0

By Grace Adetutu PCereal prices on the Nigerian Commodity Exchange (NCX) have continued to rise over the past week. The NCX market, which is an organized marketplace for buyers and sellers of agricultural commodities and solid minerals, provides information on current market prices for grain and food commodities sold in different areas. Data on...

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Oil could hit $ 200 a barrel, commodities to watch in 2022, says Luke Smith of global fund Ausbil

by on January 13, 2022 0

One area that we believe is underestimated by the market is the demand for rare earths used in high resistance magnets. From the perspective of Australian national equities, the basic positioning of the Ausbil Global Resources Fund towards these exposed commodities is targeted on Syrah Resources (graphite), Allkem and Core Lithium (lithium), Sandfire and...

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Trade calls for suspension of cotton futures

by on January 9, 2022 0

The textile value chain is feeling the heat of soaring cotton prices. The price of ginned cotton for the 29mm variety, which was listed at 55,000 per candy (356 kg each) on Oct. 5, 2021, jumped 31% to a record 72,000 now. With no respite for prices in sight, the industry is seeking government...

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Novo Resources sees gold production increase at Beatons Creek – Commodity Commentary

by on January 7, 2022 0

By Chris Wack Novo Resources Corp. said Friday that it plans to increase gold production at its Beatons Creek operation, while the metal’s prices in Australian dollars are expected to hold up this year. On gold production: “Mining of the Beatons Creek oxide material will continue through mid-2022 as gold production and operational profitability...

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Speech Generation Devices Market Comprehensive Analysis of Global Markets, Trade, Commodity Long Term Forecast Review 2022 – 2031: FactMR

by on January 5, 2022 0

The latest research report published by Fact.MR on the Speech Generation Devices Market investigation is intended to offer reliable data on various key factors shaping the growth curve and outlook of the Speech Generation Devices market . This report functions as a rich source of information for key entities such as policy makers, end-use...

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Since Biden was elected, prices for farm products have jumped. The markets have been good. Reason in the White House helps. – The South Dakota Standard

by on December 29, 2021 0

The followers of this space know that I was shamelessly bullish on the outlook for farm prices when Biden was elected. A year later the markets are up, after playing the way I thought (OK, I was hoping) they would. Was the Biden administration the cause? Well, he’s been a factor, but the whole...

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Panic selling sap stained rubber

by on December 27, 2021 0

Spot rubber ended on a low note on Monday. The market lost further ground following near-panic sales from traders as arrivals continued to rise sharply against a sharp drop in demand for RSS-4 ceded to 162 yen (165) per kg, according to the tradespeople. The content fell to 163 (166) per kg, as reported...

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Seize this trading opportunity in a commodity PSU share

by on December 24, 2021 0

About the company: The Metals and Minerals Trading Corporation of India (or MMTC (NS :)) exports minerals and imports precious metals, non-ferrous metals, fertilizers, food products, coal and hydrocarbons, etc. MMTC is one of the two main sources of foreign exchange. for India and India’s largest public sector trade body. The stock is trading...

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Football Marshall: Will Rasheen Ali, a flagship, stay with Herd? | Marshall University

by on December 21, 2021 0

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Raw materials contribute 70% to Nigeria’s GDP, according to LCFE

by on December 18, 2021 0

Posted December 19, 2021 the Lagos Commodities and Futures Exchange said that commodities contribute about 70 percent of Nigeria’s gross domestic product. Managing Director and CEO Mr. Akin Akeredolu-Ale said on Friday while reaffirming LCFE’s commitment to advocacy as a strategy to raise awareness of how the stock market commodities could increase the country’s...

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Commodities 2022: USWC longshoreman collective bargaining could further disrupt U.S. freight markets

by on December 15, 2021 0

Strong points USWC union negotiations in 2022 could exacerbate congestion issues and increase freight Union resists port automation despite increasing efficiency of Asian and European ports Supply chain disruption contributes to annual FAK rate increase of 115% Shippers plan to divert USWC volumes to USGC and USEC gateways At the height of global port...

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Four million Nigerian women interested in family planning lack access to basic commodities

by on December 12, 2021 0

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Nigeria’s national representative, Ulla Mueller, says the country has 15.1 percent unmet need for family planning. Ms. Mueller revealed it in Abuja at the NAN Forum, the Nigeria News Agency’s (NAN) flagship interview program. According to her, 15.1% of Nigerian women and girls who wish to access family...

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Sebi offers a “One Commodity One Exchange” policy

by on December 7, 2021 0

Capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Tuesday proposed a “one commodity, one exchange” policy to reduce liquidity fragmentation and help each exchange develop an exclusive set of contracts unfragmented liquids. In a consultation paper, the regulator said it has prepared a concept note on developing a unique set of...

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Soaring commodity prices could thwart renewable energy gains, IEA says

by on December 3, 2021 0

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the continued rise in commodity and transport prices could lead to cost reductions achieved over the past decade in onshore wind and solar. Amid pandemic-induced supply chain challenges and construction delays throughout 2020, renewable capacity continued to increase by more than 45% from 2019, “officials said. ‘IEA...

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