The Planting Intentions report due March 31 from USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service could significantly affect prices.
Data from USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service could significantly affect commodity prices.
I probably don’t discuss wheat enough in this column. After all, it is the commodity staple that is the most recognized at cocktail parties.
One year after the great surprise in commodity- price appreciation, we find ourselves dealing with South American production concerns and the U.S. planted acreage debate for 2017 crops.
The U.S. Dollar Index (trading symbol USDX) is a measure of the value of the dollar relative to a basket of U.S. trade partners’ currencies.
The recently ended presidential election promises to open a new era in politics and policies.
After going through the surprise rally this spring into the price peak during the second week of June, I’m sure the market is apprehensive as to what is in store for calendar year 2017.
Jerry Gulke farms in Illinois and North Dakota and is president of Gulke Group Inc., a market advisory firm with offices at the Chicago Board of Trade. Gulke Group recently published "Technical Analysis: Fundamentally Easy."
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