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Three Events Markets Will Be Watching as 2020 Comes to a Close
2020 will be markedly different. There is simply too much going on and too much potential opportunity in the market through the end of the year.
Agri-Update Latin America
The Return of Travel Could Drive Oil in 2021
China’s Appetite for Meat is Still Growing
Economist Perspective: Oil Prospects in 2021
A Big Moment Arrives for SOFR
A long-awaited step for the transition to Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) happened in October with more than $7.2 trillion notional shifting from the Fed Funds rate.
Economist Perspective: La Nina Challenge for Crops
Equity Traders are Preparing for Prolonged Volatility. Here’s Why.
The continued COVID-19 threat and a contentious Presidential campaign could help recent equity volatility stick around. The S&P had rallied 64% off of the March lows before falling 3.9% in September.
Economist Perspective: Commodities Outlook for 2021
Economist Perspective: Fed’s Role in Next Stimulus
Why Micro Contracts Are Seeing Global Adoption
Economist Perspective: Conflicting Scenarios For Economic Growth
Trading Micro E-mini Nasdaq-100 vs. FAANG
From hedge funds to retail investors, the “FAANG” trade continues to be among the most popular US equity trades as the economy navigates the recovery from the economic shutdowns earlier this year.
Understanding Options: A Real-World Example on the Impact That Skew Can Have on an Options Position
Economist Perspective: Interest Rate Differentials
How New Pricing is Emerging for Gulf Coast Crude Oil
Further linking WTI crude oil pricing to Gulf Coast markets will provide oil market participants with direct access to waterborne markets.
Export Demand has Fast Tracked the Evolution of Pork Markets
Economist Perspective: FX Impact from Covid-19
Economist Perspective: Economies, Equities and Central Banks
Why the U.S.-Canada Exchange Rate is Moving Amid the Pandemic
The Importance of Copper in China’s Economy
reached its highest level since 2011. China’s switch to renewable energy systems is likely to be a key demand driver for copper moving forward.
Economist Perspective: Rotation
Economist Perspective: FX: It Is All Relative
COVID Response Boosts Green Metals
Unprecedented stimulus has led some countries to focus on a green recovery with more renewables and lower emission vehicles.