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Peter Sainsbury

Joined: Jun 25, 2012
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1) Feed prices If feed grain prices increase (so that total input costs rise) the cost of raising livestock also goes up, reducing margins for farmers. Rather than feed cows, pigs and chickens at flat...
1) The Brazilian Real Brazil is the largest producer of sugarcane, producing around 740 Mt in 2013, almost 40% of global output. A decline in the value of the Brazilian currency, the real increases...
1) Lower oil prices Brent crude prices fell around 2% following the announcement of the deal. However, it may not be until early 2016 until we actually see any additional Iranian crude being...
Prices for commodities from Nickel to Copper and crude oil to iron ore have slumped over the past week. Futures prices for nickel fell 9% in a single day, Crude saw prices decline 6%. What is notable...
As the people of Greece vote ‘Oxi’ (No) in Sunday’s referendum what are the short and longer term implications for commodity prices? For much of the past week financial markets...
Global food prices fell to their lowest level since September 2009 in May according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation’s (FAO) food price index. The index fell 1.4% from April and is...
Commodity investors, producers and consumers are bracing themselves for more extreme weather this year after Australia’s meteorological agency confirmed the return of the weather phenomenon...
Could U.S. Oil production add an extra 1 million b/d by end 2015? Oil traders have perhaps understandably focused on the minutiae of weekly changes in rig activity, oil production and storage levels...
Brent crude is up almost 3.5% to $58.20 per barrel this morning after Saudi Arabia started bombing targets in neighbouring Yemen. Yemen contributes less than 0.2% of global oil supply but it is...
Last year’s five-month strike in South Africa was expected to deplete reserves so much that prices would soar. In reality prices were broadly stable during the strike at around $1450 per ounce...