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  • Darren Chan China, Jiangsu Sheng, Changshu City

    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Dairy, Irrigation, Marketing

    Wo JingGe China, Guizhou Sheng, Duyun

    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Dairy, Poultry, Cover Crops, Ag Issues in Washington

    Ethan Cui China, Beijing Shi, Beijing

    Interests: Corn, Soybeans, Beef Cattle, Hogs, Cover Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Toni Orasma China, Beijing Shi, Beijing

    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Dairy, Cover Crops

    How Brazilian Big Agriculture is Destroying the Brazilian Amazon

    By Maria Dampman

    Published 1 years, 2 months ago

    From there, most of the soy is transported to China who is the number one importer and consumer of Brazilian grown soy... Will Improving the Brazilian Economy Kill the Rainforest?Fearnside states that Brazil’s explosive growth and exportation of soy to China is helping the Brazilian economy dig itself out of a financial hole but with dire consequences. According an article published by the Guardian, soy exports to China have increased 10,685% since 1995. In 2017, China purchased 50... The second largest supplier of soy to China is the U...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter July 13, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 11 months ago

    · While China cannot retaliate with additional tariffs due to their limited import of US goods the concern is these tariffs could cause greater hardening of attitudes between the two countries. Of course in the past China has worked to take a very anti-whoever stance when it comes to trade spats... · Interesting to note rumors from this week’s NATO meetings indicate many in the group support cracking down on China, just not necessarily the way the administration is going about it... Looking at overall global supply and demand it is extremely important to recognize China’s place in the overall number as they are holding on to 52% of the world’s wheat. · Once China is removed from the overall picture many are quick to point that the world’s major exporter stocks to use is the tightest seen in quite some time...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter January 4, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 5 months ago

    2019 is coming in with a bang across many sectors of the market. Outside market volatility feels unprecedented with wild swings higher or lower on seemingly little in the way of major headlines, while commodity traders work to pin down short-term demand in the face of a USDA shutdown... While several private traders indicated China was in the market again enquiring about prices and looking to buy, there will be no confirmation of actual amounts until the government reopens or the beans are shipped... We have been watching the development and spread of African Swine Fever in China with horror as one case quickly turned into ten and ten into one hundred... So far we’ve seen values move higher, but with South American weather getting interesting and China/US trade talks slated for next week, that is not too surprising...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter June 22, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 11 months ago

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: June 22, 2018· Another volatile week as traders work to decipher what a continued trade war could mean for commodities going forward and the old adage “rain makes grain” is put to the test. When the closing bell rang for the week we saw December corn down nearly 5 cents, December wheat down 12 and November soybeans down 14... · Traders remain perplexed about what President Trump is doing when it comes to trade, citing issues with NAFTA partners, Japan, China, the EU, India and just about anyone else we are doing business with, while others are quick to point out he was clear about a desire to seek a unilateral approach to trade agreements... · When it comes to China there is confusion as to what the country could do if we were to place an additional 200 billion of tariffs on their goods. With China importing 130 to 150 billion dollars worth of US goods it would be difficult to follow the tit for tat plan initially discussed, especially since the US has over 500 billion dollars of goods imported every year...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter August 3, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 10 months ago

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: August 3, 2018· Production adjustments, trade developments and rumors from a Facebook post all had an important role in this week’s trade. At the close we saw corn up 8, November beans 19 higher, with September wheat up 28... · It is nearly impossible to keep up with the back and forth when it comes to China/US trade relations as what is stated as fact in the morning one day can be completely turned around by that afternoon. The soybean market rallied aggressively Tuesday on word that China was ready to negotiate before turning abruptly lower that night after the Trump administration said it will not only press on with additional tariffs they would be 25% versus the 10% initially floated... Today we saw China announce a new list of products it would apply retaliatory tariffs to, first prompting the bean market to be 15 lower before recovering and finishing 6 higher...

  • Darren Chan China, Jiangsu Sheng, Changshu City

    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Dairy, Irrigation, Marketing

    Wo JingGe China, Guizhou Sheng, Duyun

    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Dairy, Poultry, Cover Crops, Ag Issues in Washington

    Ethan Cui China, Beijing Shi, Beijing

    Interests: Corn, Soybeans, Beef Cattle, Hogs, Cover Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Toni Orasma China, Beijing Shi, Beijing

    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Dairy, Cover Crops

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  • How Brazilian Big Agriculture is Destroying the Brazilian Amazon

    By Maria Dampman

    Published 1 years, 2 months ago

    From there, most of the soy is transported to China who is the number one importer and consumer of Brazilian grown soy... Will Improving the Brazilian Economy Kill the Rainforest?Fearnside states that Brazil’s explosive growth and exportation of soy to China is helping the Brazilian economy dig itself out of a financial hole but with dire consequences. According an article published by the Guardian, soy exports to China have increased 10,685% since 1995. In 2017, China purchased 50... The second largest supplier of soy to China is the U...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter July 13, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 11 months ago

    · While China cannot retaliate with additional tariffs due to their limited import of US goods the concern is these tariffs could cause greater hardening of attitudes between the two countries. Of course in the past China has worked to take a very anti-whoever stance when it comes to trade spats... · Interesting to note rumors from this week’s NATO meetings indicate many in the group support cracking down on China, just not necessarily the way the administration is going about it... Looking at overall global supply and demand it is extremely important to recognize China’s place in the overall number as they are holding on to 52% of the world’s wheat. · Once China is removed from the overall picture many are quick to point that the world’s major exporter stocks to use is the tightest seen in quite some time...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter January 4, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 5 months ago

    2019 is coming in with a bang across many sectors of the market. Outside market volatility feels unprecedented with wild swings higher or lower on seemingly little in the way of major headlines, while commodity traders work to pin down short-term demand in the face of a USDA shutdown... While several private traders indicated China was in the market again enquiring about prices and looking to buy, there will be no confirmation of actual amounts until the government reopens or the beans are shipped... We have been watching the development and spread of African Swine Fever in China with horror as one case quickly turned into ten and ten into one hundred... So far we’ve seen values move higher, but with South American weather getting interesting and China/US trade talks slated for next week, that is not too surprising...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter June 22, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 11 months ago

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: June 22, 2018· Another volatile week as traders work to decipher what a continued trade war could mean for commodities going forward and the old adage “rain makes grain” is put to the test. When the closing bell rang for the week we saw December corn down nearly 5 cents, December wheat down 12 and November soybeans down 14... · Traders remain perplexed about what President Trump is doing when it comes to trade, citing issues with NAFTA partners, Japan, China, the EU, India and just about anyone else we are doing business with, while others are quick to point out he was clear about a desire to seek a unilateral approach to trade agreements... · When it comes to China there is confusion as to what the country could do if we were to place an additional 200 billion of tariffs on their goods. With China importing 130 to 150 billion dollars worth of US goods it would be difficult to follow the tit for tat plan initially discussed, especially since the US has over 500 billion dollars of goods imported every year...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter August 3, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 10 months ago

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: August 3, 2018· Production adjustments, trade developments and rumors from a Facebook post all had an important role in this week’s trade. At the close we saw corn up 8, November beans 19 higher, with September wheat up 28... · It is nearly impossible to keep up with the back and forth when it comes to China/US trade relations as what is stated as fact in the morning one day can be completely turned around by that afternoon. The soybean market rallied aggressively Tuesday on word that China was ready to negotiate before turning abruptly lower that night after the Trump administration said it will not only press on with additional tariffs they would be 25% versus the 10% initially floated... Today we saw China announce a new list of products it would apply retaliatory tariffs to, first prompting the bean market to be 15 lower before recovering and finishing 6 higher...

    Nuisance Lawsuits are Taking a Bite Out of Big Pork

    By Maria Dampman

    Published 9 months ago

    Pork is the #1 meat consumed throughout China, and it is in demand like never before. Up until recently, most of China lived in poverty... As much of China is not arable land suited for either growing grains or raising animals, this poses an additional problem. China is roughly the same size as the U... After past instances where millions of people in China starved to death due to poor governmental planning, the government has become increasingly proactive in making sure that periods of mass starvation will never happen again...

    Categories: Hogs

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter November 30, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 6 months ago

    · The moment we have all been waiting for is just a day away as the G20 summit kicks off and the world awaits the dinner meeting between President Xi and President Trump scheduled for Saturday... On the China side we cannot ignore what is taking place when it comes to the spread of African Swine Fever... · Traders have been monitoring the situation closely, wondering when we could see China enter into the buy side of our pork export market... Neither thought was right it appears as China was the 3rd largest buyer of 2018 pork supplies in this week’s export sales report and responsible for over 70% of purchases made for 2019... · Aside from China we are revisiting refinery waiver and biofuel blending requirements as well...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter February 1, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 4 months ago

    Excitement ensued when talk of China agreeing to purchase 5 mmt of soybeans a day was announced... However, China purchasing 5 mmt a day would in fact wipe out our carryout in a little over 5 days, bringing the reality of this claim into question... While any purchases are good, especially in this current market structure, 10 mmt is around 15 mmt (551 mbu) below what China had purchased from the US last marketing year. · We did hear talk that China would buy 300 million gallons of ethanol from the US as part of the trade package... · The US is not the only one holding high level trade talks with China...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter January 11, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 5 months ago

    · In addition to negotiations taking place surrounding the government shutdown traders were monitoring preliminary trade talks between the US and China taking place this week in Beijing. Talks were mostly among mid-level government representatives, though China’s top trade representative did stop by on the first day to get things started on the right foot. · Both countries were clear the talks were ‘positive’ and ‘beneficial to the process,’ with China reiterating its promise to purchase US agricultural and energy products and the US restating the issues the administration and others feel need to be resolved... · In addition to positive talks reports surfaced China was in buying more soybeans Monday... · China also made moves to approve several genetically modified traits for import...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter October 12, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published 8 months ago

    This Week in AgricultureA Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: October 12, 2018· A USDA supply and demand update, weather, trade talks and outside market volatility were the most talked about developments across the board this week. · Trade was relatively quiet the first part of the week as a failure to break out above short-term resistance levels and concerns over a potentially bearish USDA report pressured corn and beans... · Finally, trade will be watching the back and forth between the US and China next week. This week brought talk that China could join the Trans Pacific Partnership as a way to force the US’ hand. Though it’s likely to be a difficult negotiation between the nations currently in the TPP and China the idea that free trade would grow between those countries without the US is troubling...

    Categories: Agribusiness

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