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The Agribusiness UpdateFerndale-based American Freeze Dry settles debt to resume business, and latest WASDE estimates higher but bullish at the same time.
Market LineA lot of noise last week with trade deals meeting or not meeting market expectations.
Market LineMarkets down despite the China trade deal and the soon-to-be signed USMCA. What gives?
Market LineAs you may have guessed, the trade deal with China was all most people were talking about on Wednesday.
Market LineToday is expected to be the big day - the signing of phase one of the China trade deal. All eyes will be on those details.
Market LineGrain markets stable as we await the finalization of phase one of the China trade deal. Cattle markets showing signs of weakness.
Market LineScott Shellady reports from the floor of the CME in Chicago that tensions are high on the trade floor.
Market LineMarkets continue to be mixed ahead of the signing of the phase one trade deal and the coming USDA report.
Market LineFeeder cattle traded nearly limit up for much of the day yesterday.
Market LineThe geopolitical situation had traders nervous to end the week last week.
Market LineMarkets opened back up for the first time in 2020 yesterday.
Market LineHow are you as dairy farmers fairing in the midst of trade talks, Dean Foods' bankruptcy and competitive pressure from nondairy alternatives?
Market LineMarkets ended the year mixed but quiet yesterday to end the year.
Market LineMarkets were mixed yesterday with continued fund rebalancing ahead of the year end while China trade deal provides support.
Market LineTraders seem to be wondering how much of this is fund rebalancing and how much of it is actual fundamental information.
Market LineMarkets came back from the holiday break moving in a positive direction overall, especially in cattle.
Market LinePea markets stifled by lack of processing capacity in North America.
Market LineNo big swings in the markets to start this holiday week, but plenty of talk about looking ahead to 2020.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAmerican Farm Bureau Federation Vice President Scott VanderWal talks about trade deals and why it's important to get them done soon.
Market LineTraders last week loved the announcement of phase one of the trade deal with China, but are uneasy with the lack of details.