We saw various agricultural commodities really struggle late last year. So, with the markets closed today for the President’s Day holiday, Mark Oppold takes time to look at how some of those are trading the first few weeks of 2024.
Like September, October was not a very friendly month for many of the agricultural commodities. Mark Oppold looks at how trading did this past month.
September was not a very friendly month for many of the agricultural commodities. Mark Oppold looks at how trading did this past month.
Expect higher orange juice prices in the months ahead after a bacterial disease and harsh weather ravaged this season’s crops. Florida annually produces more than 90 percent of the country’s orange juice supplies. Last year, Florida was hit by Hurricane Ian, Hurricane Nicole, and freezing conditions in succession. The Guardian says producers also had to battle citrus greening disease. It’s …
With July ending, Mark Oppold looks at how some of the agricultural markets did this month.
Some of the 48 commodities being tracked did fairly well through the first half of the year. Mark Oppold looks at some of the top performers, including agricultural commodities.
These are the top fruit choices in the United States. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. Apples held the top spot for total fruit available for consumption in 2021 at more than 26 pounds per person after adjusting for losses. USDA’s Economic Research Service’s (ERS) loss-adjusted food availability data adjusts the data for food spoilage, plate waste, and …
We are close to wrapping up the fourth month of 2023, and some of you may wonder how various agriculture commodity markets are doing. Today, Mark Oppold looks at the top markets and how they’ve performed thus far this year.
With February ending next week, Mark Oppold looks at how some of the agricultural markets are doing since the first of the year.
As we near the end of another year, many traders continue to watch how certain agricultural commodities are performing. Mark Oppold has an update on which ones are doing well at this time.