As Western economies have come back online after the global pandemic slowdown, inflation has climbed to approximately 5 percent – roughly double the U.S. Federal Reserve’s target. Is this a temporary spike, or is higher inflation here to stay? And how might it affect businesses, traders, investors and consumers? Download StoneX In Focus: Inflation, our new whitepaper, where we ask our global macro strategist, Vincent Deluard, these questions and more.
The September 30 quarterly grain stocks report is known for its surprises, creating sharp moves in the markets. It will provide the final 2020-21 marketing year stocks numbers for corn and soybeans, but also may include backward revisions to the size of last year’s crops. Surprises are common, with implications for USDA’s current demand estimates. The agency will also provide the final wheat production estimates for this year, with the first survey-based changes to harvested acreage in the spring wheat belt that could reflect near record-large abandonment due to drought conditions.
StoneX’s Brazilian Market Intelligence analyzes the main factors that influenced major agricultural commodities in recent months and provides insight on what to expect from April to June 2021.
StoneX’s Brazilian Market Intelligence analyzes the main factors that influenced major agricultural commodities in recent months and provides insight on what to expect from July to September 2020.