Potash – Initial spring crop numbers are giving markets — and phosphate producers — an early indication of just how big the expected American corn and soybean crops will be this year.
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The Commodity Investor examines the consequences that the drought affecting the Midwestern United States is having for commodities and offers solutions on how to best handle this exceptional event.
Potash – Peak phosphate is a risk to both food and biofuel production and should be on the minds of agricultural and mineral investors.
North American grain markets have experienced record plantings and prices not seen in decades. The only question is whether this run will last.
Potash – The first US mad cow disease case in six years years has spooked the potash-reliant corn and grain market, while US soybean prices hit four-year highs on news of South American drought damage reports.
It appears the rains in Spain, Portugal, and France have not fallen on the grains as predictions of summer droughts across Western Europe have pushed soft commodities prices higher in recent weeks.
Potash – Concerns that grain surpluses are quickly being depleted have impacted regional markets in a variety of ways. These actions remain geographically diverse and attention must be paid to regional market trends in order to understand firm and potash market dynamics.
Despite a bleak 2009, brokerage Credit Suisse released a note that is very bullish on the 2010 outlook for potash. During the last bull-run, high crop prices and limited potash supplies drove the price of the nutrient up to $1,000 USD per tonne, from $150. Despite a bleak 2009, brokerage Credit Suisse released [...]
Potash Investing News reports potash price has been high since last year. Potash companies have been under fire recently for failing to drop the selling price of potash despite all of the other commodities price crash. For complete story, click this link. Follow developments in resource mining and exploration for free.Sign on to The Resource [...]