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Clinton GriffithsAgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

Articles By Clinton Griffiths

Aug 16, 2019

A World with Negative Interest Rates

The U.S. financial sector recovering to end the week following an 800 point rout Wednesday and the Dow Jones Industrial Average's worst performance of 2019. Analysts say negative interest rates may be on the horizon.
Aug 15, 2019

Unpriced & Unsold Corn May Haunt Farmers into Fall

After two months of volatile weather, planting delays and rising grain prices, markets are right back where they started even as farmers hoped the weather rally would roll right into harvest.
Aug 09, 2019

Perspective on Monday: "The Biggest Report in 20 Years"

The ag industry is on edge waiting for USDA to release its latest acreage surveys and production estimates on August 12. One commodity analyst says its probably the biggest report he's seen in 20 years.
Aug 06, 2019

Don't Expect Every Question Answered by USDA's August Report

Corn prices have marched steadily lower since last month as traders try to prepare for USDA August report and updated acreage numbers.
Aug 05, 2019

There May Be No Going Back from the China Trade War

Analysts worry that the trade war between the U.S. and China will ultimately mean losing a major buyer of American commodities long term and be similar to the shift following the Russian wheat embargo.
Jul 31, 2019

EPA to Decide 2018 Refinery Waivers Soon

EPA says it will be considering small refinery exemptions for 2018 in the next few weeks.
Jul 19, 2019

Soybeans Rise Despite Uncertainty

Soybean prices rallied on Friday following news from China it is seeing a slow down in the spread of African Swine Fever however analysts caution carryover remains high.
Jul 18, 2019

Wheat Prices Have Potential to Rebound

Analysts say later this summer, as feed demand starts to emerge, wheat prices have the potential to go higher.
Jul 18, 2019

Renewed Volatility Brings Opportunity for Grain Farmers

Futures markets remain mixed for the major grains at midweek as traders work to sort out weather, acreage and crop potential in 2019.