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The Commodity Bust Years?
The Potential for Sustained Low
Crop Prices, and Industry Implications
Commodity market conditions are challenging.
Global prices for grain and oilseeds have fallen
dramatically from record levels. Without a readily apparent new driver of
consumption growth, the prospect exists for abundant supplies to continue
pressuring prices. This price drop has profound implications across the supply
chain, as well as for businesses that serve the agriculture sector, as reflected
in recent earnings releases by inputs companies.
For some companies, this drop in commodity prices is
a "risk," while for others it is an "opportunity." Do you have the information
necessary to navigate this increasingly competitive market – and seize
opportunities that present themselves?
A multi-client study conducted by Informa Economics IEG offers the
answers and analysis you need: The Commodity Bust Years? The Potential for
Sustained Low Crop Prices, and Industry Implications examines the effects of
sustained low prices for grains and oilseeds, the developments that could prompt
a price rebound, and the implications of a sustained price realignment for
crops, animal agriculture, food, biofuels, transportation, finance and other