Tuesday, February 11, 2014


Big Canadian Crops to Give U.S. Wheat Market a Hangover in 14/15?

Canada’s near-term wheat export program is likely to be throttled by export capacity constraints than by supply/demand. This is expected to leave Canada with relatively large carryover stocks of spring wheat and durum to compete with U.S. wheat in the 2014/15 US marketing year. In “Big Canadian Crops to Give U.S. Wheat Market a Hangover in 14/15?,” Don Riffe, Vice President & Director, Crops Economics Research and Rob Hatchett, Commodity Analyst of Informa Economics, Inc. examine the impact that burdensome Canadian supplies will have on U.S. wheat markets and expected trade levels in 2014-2015.

Read the full study here.

From the February 2014 issue of Barclay's Insider Report. Accredited investors can subscribe to the full newsletter for free.

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