Agriculture and biofuels
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In today’s constantly evolving agriculture commodity markets, continuous change is the new norm. Factors like severe weather, geopolitical tensions, domestic policies, biofuel demand, food security concerns and shifting trade flows keep impacting the market’s daily reality, resulting in high price volatility.
Staying informed about the market’s pulse and interpreting global supply and demand patterns or price signals has become more challenging yet crucial. Traditional methods like global price benchmarks are no longer sufficient. The market now relies on decentralized trade and price data, demanding an objective, locally immersed entity to provide more reliable information.
Fastmarkets is here to help you navigate this rapidly changing market. As a result of combining The Jacobsen, AgriCensus, EnergyCensus and Palm Oil Analytics, Fastmarkets Agriculture offers market-reflective price data, news and market intelligence.
With our comprehensive insights, we empower our customers to manage financial risk and gain a competitive edge in volatile markets.
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