As a strong dollar makes U.S. commodities more expensive globally, American farmers are finding it tougher to compete in export markets.
Factory operations suspended under sweeping environmental inspections are affecting supply chains in China ranging from chemicals to electronics to textiles, creating a crunch at its ports and uncertain timelines for deliveries, sources told Bloomberg BNA. Read moreRead More »
The winds of change swept through the grain markets this week. Everything from major trade talks between China and the U.S. to behind-average planting progress to severe weather in parts of the Midwest weighed on prices. Read moreRead More »