LATEST NEWS FROM Global Economy

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13:56PM Jan 02, 2020

The Dollar’s Losses May Just Be Getting Started

Bloomberg
Wire Service

The dollar had an awful December and things may only get worse.

10:15AM Dec 17, 2019

10 Forces Shaping the U.S. Rural Economy

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

A new report from CoBank says 2020 will have its challenges, but there are reasons for optimism.

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07:14AM Dec 10, 2019

Global Stocks Sink Ahead of U.S. Tariff Deadline

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor

Markets also have their eyes on American and European interest rate decisions coming this week and the outcome of Britain's general election on Thursday amid uncertainty over plans to leave

16:34PM Nov 06, 2019

Farmer on River Bottoms: "If I Can't Get Insurance, I Won't Farm It"

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Concerns about wet crops and wet fields are not stopping in Iowa. Farmers in river towns are worried crop insurance will make ground uninsurable because it may cost so much

05:59AM Nov 01, 2019

Too Wet, Too Dry: Wheat Season Gets Off to a Mixed Start

Bloomberg
Wire Service

The winter-grain planting period is drawing to a close across the Northern Hemisphere, and young crops across some of the world’s top exporters face a mixed bag of conditions.

14:26PM Oct 22, 2019

Costco Poultry Plant Opens in Nebraska

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

The Costco poultry plant in Fremont, Nebraska is officially open for business. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held over the weekend. Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts was on hand to take

14:04PM Oct 22, 2019

Stocks Rose Monday Due To China Trade News

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

The Dow Jones Industrial Average are still in the green Tuesday. It comes after stocks skyrocketed Monday due to positive signs in trade talks between the U.S. and China. The