There have been many estimates for stronger milk prices this year, many of which seem to have stemmed from the potential for increasing exports. What has not been considered is current fundamentals and the trend of those fundamentals.…
In Thursday’s CME dairy trade, the milk and product markets saw a mixed bag of results.
The biggest mover in the markets on Tuesday was the newest results of the Global Dairy Trade.
As we banter back and forth about the future of trade in the U.S. a new agreement has come forth between the EU and Canada.
When taking a global view of the markets that are closest to us in agriculture, all were lower on Thursday except for a few.
Increasing price formulas swims upstream against quotas and being competitive in other markets.
While it was a more subdued day in the dairy complex, grain and oil seed markets took on a different tone.
A great deal of the losses felt by the falling cheese price have been offset by the rising whey price
In a matter of six sessions, that record spread between blocks and barrels moved to an inverse spread, with barrels finishing a penny over blocks in Monday’s spot session.
We have talked about the ongoing growth of domestic production in recent days. What’s going on in the rest of the world?