Improved global weather, a stronger U.S. dollar due to interest rate fears and the recent Suez Canal delimena have all affected commodiites from crude oil to grains. How is weather impacting the cotton, grain and natural gas market and what can farmers, investors. and commodity traders look for in the weeks and months ahead.

Jim Roemer looks at the stronger dollar, recent drought easing rains for Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado wheat and what the Pacific Decadal Oscillation is and how may it affect summer weather for grains.

The video below explains more.

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