How the Trade War and weather is affecting commodities

    The image above is from the web site    This blog discusses the Trade War and weather related markets such as soybeans, cotton, coffee and cocoa...

PRESS RELEASE Jim Roemer announces release of Climatech for commodity and hurricane forecasting

SARASOTA, Fla.—(BUSINESS WIRE)--Commodity markets across the globe will be greatly affected by weather and crop conditions in the months ahead.   Most recently: Droughts were devastating wheat crops...

CLIMATECH: The Science of Hurricane Forecasting (and the most likely scenario for 2018)

How we use teleconnections to second guess computer models and  other weather forecast firms in hurricane forecasting...

Billions of pounds of plastics in the oceans could lead to critical food security issues

  Picture above from Some photos and excerpts from National Geographic, June 2018   If plastic had been invented when the Mayflower carried the Pilgrims across the Atlantic Ocean,...

China may be smiling about the truce in the trade war, but heavy rains may produce frowns for cotton growers.

Cotton has been the only consistent bull market in agricultural commodities for more than 6 months. This was brought on by global economic growth, stronger demand and lower production expectations....

Australia’s growing drought and new research about Climate Change vs. historical cycles

SOURCE- Gary Saucer-Thompson/Flickr There is no place on earth that has witnessed the perils of Climate Change, worse than Australia. In the last 5 years there have been several summers during which...

Brazil’s October drought and ‘citrus greening’ help orange juice prices soar

Orange juice futures are one of the most volatile commodity markets. "OJ" contracts are also quite illiquid. The chart below shows a 23% price increase since the end of March. This up move is in the...

How a weakening La Niña and positive Indian Dipole are creating new worries for global grain crops. Will it last?

Growing weather problems around the globe are adding a bullish spin on grain prices. But questions remain about a weakening La Nina and if May rainfall  will increase in drought stricken areas of...

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