Oats, Coffee, Canola and Lumber Pip Energy as Best Performing Futures in 2022

Agricultural and energy futures and commodities rose sharply pumped by the reopening of economies in 2021 with the Covid -19 knock ons running roughshod over supply routes and employment. The biggest losers were last year’s winners, safe haven elements such as the VIX, treasuries and foodstuffs. Oat Futures closed up 89.74% this year. back in October the United Nations index shows that global food prices recently hit a decade high, oat futures hit an all-time high of $6.36 a bushel … Continue reading “Oats, Coffee, Canola and Lumber Pip Energy as Best Performing Futures in 2022”

Oats, Canola, Cotton All Pip Silver and Oil as Best Performing Futures in October

Futures and commodities contined to be volatile in October of 2021 as energy markets ran roughshod. The biggest gainers were safehaven elements such as precious metals silver, platinum and palladium along with foodstuffs such as grains. The weakest was VIX as you would expect with US stock indices at record highs

Australian Farmers Grow and Sell Record $73 billion of Produce in 2021-22

Australia’s agriculture industry will produce a record $73 billion worth of produce in 2021-22 up from $66.3 billion in 2020-21 the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARE) September crop report released Monday said

Oil and Stocks Had Their Best Quarter in Thirty Years Despite Recession

Three months can be an eternity and that is what it was for energy futures in particular. Futures and commodities were hit violently in the first quarter of 2020 with the black swan Covid -19 running roughshod. In Q2 bounces in equity and energy markets were spectacular.

Best and Worse Performing Futures After Black Swan First Quarter of 2020

Futures and commodities were hit violently in the first quarter of 2020 with the black swan Covid -19 event running roughshod over energy markets in particular. The biggest gainers were safehaven elements such as the VIX, treasuries and foodstuffs.

Iron Ore Best Performing Commodity First Half of 2019, Cotton The Worse

Recent strength in precious metals and weather affected grains has seen commodities prices largely higher for the first half of 2019, the energy heavy GSCI is up 16.% on the year with the more balanced Bloomberg index up 5%.

Cocoa Best Performing Commodity of 2018, Gasoline The Worse

In 2018 coomodity prices were hampered by the strong US dollar which rose from mid-April, a collapse in oil prices from early October and the ongoing U.S.-China trade war. The best performers were cocoa, wheat, oats and last years best palladium. The worst performers were Gasoline, WTI Crude, lumber and sugar.

Wheat Crop Report Shows Australia 2018-19 Output Rising 3% Despite Drought

Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARE) June crop report released Tuesday forecasts Australia to produce 21.9 million mt of wheat in the 2018-19 (October-September) season, up 3% from 21.2 million mt in the previous season.