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Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)
ABC
Jan 16, 2016 5:00am CST
2016. and in john's world... <china, china, china> farm report - brought to you by the dependable, long lasasng, chevy silverado.> now for the market related news, grains saw life anticipated. usda's released the final numbers for the 2015 crop. the agency lowered the corn production tally slightly. it comes in at 13-point-six billion bushels. usda dropped the national average yield by nearly a bushel to 168-point-four bushels. the department also lowering soybean production to 3 point 9 billion bushels, still making it a record crop. the average yield is 48 bushels to the acre. china formally launched anti-dumping and anti- subsidy probes for dried distillers grain imports from the u-s. the announcment coming from china's ministry of commerce this week. in response, the u-s grain council says the anti- dupming and countervailing duties investigations are unwarranted and unhelpful. the council adding this could have negative effects on u-s growers and chinese consumers for years to come. crude oil traded below the 30 dollar per barrel mark this week for the first time s
ABC
Nov 14, 2015 5:00am CST
yuan, for r ample. china is abobo to become our biggest trading partner. to compare, here are our biggest trading parners now. that said, the index does follow other measures like the bloomberg dollar index pretty closely. the second problem is more subtle. the index was anchored at 100 on the day it began. while this is logical, there is a psychological message carried with the index as we tend to compare it to 100. it just feels better if itits over 100, for exexple. perhaps the best way is concentrate ononhich direction it is moving, and how fast. next week, i'll look at why this matters to farmers, and indeed all of us. thanks, john. don't go anywhere. baxter black joins us next. and latat, a special tracacr tales told and edidid from the eyes of a viewer who's paying tribute to his baxter black who has a tale about old blue. a retirereohio farmer told me this story. its about the best coon dog he'd ever seen. it was an old blue tick hound that his fathererad trained. he said he's dad was such an excellent trainer he didn't even have to go hunting withlue, the dog would go by
ABC
Jan 16, 2016 5:00am EST
equipment sector for 2016. and in john's world... <china, china, china> farm report - brought to you by the dependable, long lasting, chevy mid-week as usda's latest reports weren't as bearish as anticipated. usda's released the final numbers for the 2015 crop. the agency lowered the corn production tally slightly. it comes in at 13-point-six billion bushels. usda dropped the national average yield by nearly a bushel to 168-point-four bushels. the department also lowering soybean production to 3 point 9 billion bushels, still making it a record crop. the average yield is 48 bushels to the acre. china formally launched anti-dumping and anti- subsidy probes for dried distillers grain imports from the u-s. the announcment coming from china's ministry of commerce this week. in response, the u-s grain council says the anti- dupming and countervailing duties investigations are unwarranted and unhelpful. the council adding this could have negative effects on u-s growers and chinese consumers for years to come. crude oil traded below since 2003. this is as traders fear waning demand from
NBC
Nov 15, 2015 5:00am CST
. china is about to become our biggest trading partner. to compare, here are our biggest trading parners now. that said, the index does follow other measures like the bloomberg dollar index pretty closely. the second problem is more subtle. the index was anchored at 100 on the day it began. while this is logical, there is a psychological message carried with the index as we tend to compare it to 100. it just feels better if it is over 100, for example. perhaps the best way is to always look at a chart instead of the number and concentrate on which direction it is moving, and how fast. next week, i'll look at why this matters to farmers, and indeed all of us. thanks, john. don't go anywhere. baxter black joins from the eyes of a viewer who's paying tribute to his father-in-law. welcome back. it's time now to ear from baxter black who has a tale about old blue. a retired ohio farmer told me this story. its about the best coon dog he'd ever seen. it was an old blue tick hound that his father had trained. he said
ABC
Jan 17, 2016 5:00am PST
first time since 2003. this is as traders fear waning demand from china and the market anticipating sanctions fted on iranian oil exports. and supplies are growing-- the weekly supply data showing inventories of crude oil hitting new record highs. meat exports look to be picking up. the u-s meat export federation says november pork exports were up 8 percent over a year ago, and hitting the highest volume since may. but the year to date total is still lagging 2014. as for beef, november exports were down 1 percent, but did hit the largest volume since june. the export federation says looking at 2016, it expects beef and pork to regain momentum due to largest u-s pork production and greater market access. those are the headlines...meteorologist mike hoffman joins us now with weather. mike, old man winter tyne and in fact we're seeing another last of arctic air as we speak across the midwest. let's check th drought monitor first. as usual we don't really see many problems east of the continental divide there are a few dry areas starting to develop a little in the northeast and we just
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)