The main takeaway is that USDA basically left old-crop demand for all three major grains largely unchanged, setting the stage for revisions to be made starting in May when world traders are focused on new-crop numbers.
U.S. companies, and some households, look likely be celebrating lower taxes next year. In China, President Donald Trump’s first big legislative accomplishment is likely to prompt less good cheer. Read moreRead More »
NAFTA talks have resumed with the U.S. administration looking increasingly isolated in its proposals to change the trade pact, as key figures raised the prospect of a collapse in negotiations. Read moreRead More »