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How the second half will be for commodities this year

Posted on 24 July 2014

Commodity markets are generally perceived to be fraught with risk given the volatility commodity prices demonstrate. And 2014 has been a year of contrasts. The year began with an extremely bullish situation in the grain and oilseed markets, pushing prices to new highs. In addition, the weather premium was built into prices of fears of El Niño striking later this year. Low inventories of some commodities such as soyabeans exacerbated conditions.
Mid-year, everything has turned around. The weather has been extraordinarily good in the North American continent. The dry and hot conditions expected in South America that could have pushed the sugar prices higher has not turned out as bad as feared. Rainfall from the Indian monsoon isn’t great, but it isn’t that bad either. Overall, the weather premium has now been taken out of the market. ……………………………………….Full Article: Source


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