Cargill losses Minneapolis-based Cargill, a top global commodities trader, was hit by a triple-whammy of unexpected events, including a surge in energy prices in January, rail backlogs, and the rejection of U.S. corn shipments by China. *Reuters, April 8th Back in … Continue reading
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The Short Haul Ural/Brent dated is one of the most dynamic semi-arbitrages that exists in the oil market. The spread is the bread and butter of many energy traders a good gauge of liquidity and demand for this sour grade … Continue reading
https://plus.google.com/114862442379330418376/posts/6by3LKvrwS2 Instead of the crises of the past, mediocre growth is the big risk unless productivity rises Mar 29th 2014 | LIMA | The Economist, Americas ONE morning last month Louis Dreyfus Commodities, a big trading house, formally opened a … Continue reading
In the LPG, Spot freight rates assessed daily by the Baltic Exchange were at record levels of this month. 2014/03/07 I previously reported LPG TANKER C/P BW MAPLE 2007 BLT , LD PT TARGA GALENA PARK USG DIS PRT ARA/NWE. … Continue reading
Previously I’ve discuss the subject of the Crude by Rail business, its profitability and its ups and downs Not a good time to buy “Crude-By-Rail Puts” http://wp.me/p3k7lL-12M In the light of continued dangers associated with crude oil by rail, the United … Continue reading
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AGEFI (l’agence économique et financière à Genève), AGEFI is seen as the”WSJ ” of Geneva: it is a highly regarded financial information provider. This month, AGEFI Indices has a special edition produced by members of the Geneva Trading & Shipping Association (GTSA), the Association is … Continue reading