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US crude hits lowest level since March

Source: Financial Times, 1st August 2014

US crude extends its losses, falling below the $98 a barrel mark to its lowest level since March, after news of a longer than expected shutdown at a key oil refinery

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October Conference to Examine $1.6 Billion Commodity Trading & Risk Management (CTRM) Software Category - Commodity Technology Advisory and Commodities Now Magazine Team Up.

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IMAGE The CTRM Vendor Landscape in Ags and Softs

London, August 2014

The Ags and softs CTRM vendor landscape resembles the ETRM vendor landscape of a decade or so ago. It’s pretty crowded with many vendors who either currently occupy or originated in a specific geographic or vertical niche. It has vendors that started in a specific... Read More...

Commodity Market Reports

IMAGE Productivity tops mining risks

London, 1 August 2014

Boards and CEOs are now realizing that regaining lost productivity and gaining new ground is critical for long-term profitability and achieving an adequate return on capital employed, and requires a whole-of-business response. This broad transformational approach is essential and is yet to be applied effectively by any one sector participant. This huge step change is why this risk is top of... Read More...

IMAGE Investment and innovation required to meet food demand

London, 28 July 2014

A survey on food and agri-businesses by global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright, entitled Risks and opportunities in a changing global market, reveals that the fundamentals of supply and demand are causing concern. Increasing consumption in emerging markets, climate change and natural disasters affecting supply, and urbanisation in emerging markets leading to a decline in the agricultural... Read More...

IMAGE Climate change and air pollution will combine to curb food supplies

Cambridge, Mass, July 2014

Many studies have shown the potential for global climate change to cut food supplies. But these studies have, for the most part, ignored the interactions between increasing temperature and air pollution — specifically ozone pollution, which is known to damage crops.

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