Ag Economist Topics
Canadian dollar to end 2016 above or below US$0.75? JP Gervais and Craig Klemmer disagree. Who's right?
Historically, farm income has represented less than half of total revenue on Canadian farms. But recent trends are seeing farm operating income representing a greater proportion of total farm income.
FCC Chief Agricultural Economist, J.P. Gervais, explains the predicted ups and downs of the 2016 Canadian economy and their effect on the agriculture industry.
Will the Canadian dollar climb of fall? Burger-economics would suggest that the dollar is undervalued while oil prices indicate a well-functioning marketplace.
A look at what's behind the recent changes in the value of the Canadian dollar.
Short-term price outlook for agricultural commodities offers few signs of rebounding.
The Canadian dollar explains most of the different outlooks between Canadian and U.S. agriculture.
Canada's farm economy is expected to remain stable as improvements in the overall economy are muted in the short-term.
FCC Senior Agricultural Economist Craig Klemmer on the Brexit 'Leave' vote and its short and long-term consequences for the global economy, Canadian economy and agriculture.
Movements in the U.S. Federal Policy will impact fixed term interest rate products and the CAD/USD exchange rate, which, in turn, impact Canadian ag.