Interest rates have gone from 0% to 3.25% but have not decreased the rate of increase for inflation.
Turner's Take Podcast
In Turner's Take Podcast, Daniels Trading futures brokers discuss the commodity markets from a fundamental, technical, and seasonal perspective. Turner's Take podcast (formerly Inside Commodity Futures) is hosted by Craig Turner, commodity broker with Daniels Trading and author of Turner’s Take newsletter.
Inflation, Interest Rates, and Commodity Markets
Wheat and Corn Prices Hinge on Black Sea Exports
2023 Acres Looks Bearish for Corn and Canola
Harvest Is Around The Corner
US Crop Tours and Black Sea Exports
Canada is set to produce a bumper canola crop as long as frost does not get in the way.
In this podcast we talk about ag prices and how they are impacted by recession, interest rates, and rising inflation.
US GDP for Q1 was -1.6% and -0.9% in Q2. The technical definition of a recession is two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth
US fuel prices are on the rise and part of it is due to energy policy. If true then this is a supply issue. If policy is written in stone inflation is structural. If policy can change the inflation could be structural