Commodity

Hot product before the heat wave: air conditioners

by on June 2, 2021 0

Air conditioners are flying off the shelves as warmer temperatures approach our region. MONROE COUNTY, PA – There is still a good supply of air conditioning units here at Steele’s Ace Hardware near Tannersville. But with a possible heat wave heading our way, these boxes might not be around for long. That’s why Ron...

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Patiently waiting for June 15 – AgriNews

by on May 31, 2021 0

It will take 12 to 18 months of near-perfect growing weather conditions in the United States for corn and soybean stocks to eventually return to comfortable levels where the threat of “grain shortages” is no longer a problem. Until then, the key to grain prices rests in Mother Nature’s whims and habits during the...

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Commodity prices risk a major reversal that could undermine investors’ positioning in the face of rising inflation, according to Societe Generale

by on May 29, 2021 0

According to Albert Edwards of Societe Generale, commodity prices are at high risk of a major reversal. Edwards noted that a Chinese data point that typically drives commodity prices has just suffered a sharp drop. When prices fall, Edwards expects a “major reversal in inflation sentiment.” According to Albert Edwards of Societe Generale, commodity...

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Declaration on Principles of Collaboration in the Dialogue on Forests, Agriculture and Commodity Trade

by on May 28, 2021 0

1) Agricultural products are important for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, including promoting economic development, reducing poverty, reducing food security and improving the livelihoods of billions of people. At the same time, the expansion of areas of unsustainable agricultural production and other forms of land degradation can pose critical challenges to our environment, the...

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SMa.rt column: Community vs commodity

by on May 27, 2021 0

The cost of housing in a capitalist society is primarily determined by the owner. While homes can be bought, sold or rented under certain constraints, fees and changing tax laws, the primary agency always remains with the owner. For example in Santa Monica, while the landlord can only increase the rent each year for...

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