Ag Economics Topics
As uncertainty plagues global markets, our July Crop Outlook shows that Canadian corn, canola, green pea and soybean production should remain profitable in 2018.
Strong crop prices will be needed to keep crop receipts growing in 2018 from the excellent levels recorded in 2017. Production looks to be shaping up for a good year.
Wondering why the local grain bids seem to change so frequently? The combined impact of global trends and local supply and demand conditions determine producer crop prices.
Low stocks-to-use ratios generally trigger volatility in crop prices.
The stocks-to-use ratio is a power statistic to understand demand and supply factors that impact crops.
What are the drivers behind rising crude oil prices? Understand the impact for the Canadian dollar and agriculture.
The CPTPP is expected to help Canada jump into a more competitive position in Asia’s trade of manufactured food.
CPTPP will provide new and exciting opportunities for Canadian beef and pork exports in both high value and fast-growing markets.
Malaysia has lots to offer its CPTPP partners, including a fast-growing stable economy, an ever-increasingly wealthy population and established trade flows.
Canada recently signed the CPTPP, along with 10 other agri-food trading nations. It will enhance our agri-food trade in three ways.