Best Commodities podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Listen to our analysis of key news and pricing issues from across the global natural gas, power, and coal markets.
The objective of the Market Trader Training program is to teach students to trade safely and profitably. The instructors are not brokers, will not conduct trades, recommend stocks or futures for you, hold your money and don’t receive commissions. Jim only wants to teach you how to trade successfully.
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
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Andy Hecht analyzes the commodity markets and identifies opportunities in equities, etfs, options and more.
Wheat and Cattle Markets Daily Commentary & Closing Prices
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Live cattle futures holding support, feeders look to retest resistance; active cash steady with last week, boxed beef stronger; export sales disappointing.
Wheat holds against weak corn and soybeans; steady export sales; Russian deferred FOB offers higher than EU, US.
World prices higher as Russian prices push higher; export business slowly making its way to US.
Futures quiet; no cash trade yet; boxed beef mixed; cattle-on-feed Friday.
Chicago regaining losses against KC and Minn; Russian FOB prices moving higher with record year-to-date exports; dry conditions persist in Europe and Black Sea.
Futures see strong rebound; cash steady; choice boxed beef higher.
All grains higher; winter wheat plantings behind average; Russian export update.
Cash steady; boxed beef mixed; export sales lower; weather wreaking havoc on feedlots.
Weekly summary; world quality issues; weather delaying winter wheat plantings; export sales lower than last week.
Futures closely watching equity markets; cash generally steady; boxed beef slightly higher; export sales lower than recent average.
Supply/Demand results; export sales; longer term outlook.
Weak equities pulling cattle lower; cash steady; boxed beef lower.
Supply/Demand report today; Russia increasing wheat production estimate; Argentina lowering theirs.
Markets holding technical support; muddy feedlots could slow gains and movement; boxed beef mixed.
World quality issues; slow harvest progress for row crops; S&D tomorrow.
Futures reverse higher; cash steady/higher; European Union considering expanding US beef imports.
Futures have outside day lower; big sale of hard red spring.
cash steady/higher; boxed beef slightly lower; fundamentals solid for both lives and feeders.
Wheat higher for the week; Russia to start selling goverment stocks; drought continues in Europe, Black Sea and Australia.
Futures lower on weak stock market; cash choppy; boxed beef lower; export sales solid.
Egypt buys Russian wheat at higher prices than last tender; solid export sales; Australian production estimates continue to decline.
Cash higher; boxed beef lower; export sales firm with notable buyers; bullish fundamentals.
Egypt tender yields offers much higher than last tender; US export sales show notable buyers; breaks well supported.
Futures bounce back; light cash trade steady/higher; boxed beef slightly lower.
Russian government shuts down 30 elevators for phytosanitary reasons; driest September on record for Australia; frost in Argentina could affect quality.
Cash steady last week; boxed beef higher; futures a little shaky at resistance.
Futures steady; Russian prices moving higher; winter wheat planting pace ahead of normal.
Weekly review; cash steady; boxed beef mixed; futures pushing into new highs.
The Texas Port of Corpus Christi is positioning itself to be the prime energy export port in the US, despite trade wars and sanctions. Port CEO Sean Strawbridge outlines his plans to dredge to 75 feet, making it one the deepest oil ports in the US.
S&P Global Platts senior oil news editor Ashok Dutta discusses the issues facing Canadian crude production with Brad Wall, the former premier of Saskatchewan.
Proposed 2019 biofuel blending volumes inch higher while refinery exemptions continue to threaten lower demand for renewables in transportation fuel. Ellie Valencia and Josh Pedrick take a look at how mandates could be shaped by exemptions next year.
Permian drilling has been brisk this year, with a stepped-up rig count in the West Texas/New Mexico basin, but getting the oil out of the basin to the best-paying refining markets on the US Gulf Coast is projected to be problematic as 2018 unfolds and should continue into 2019.
Russian 12.5% protein wheat FOB deep water port prices have come under pressure from the imminent arrival of the new crop. Hot and dry weather have raised concerns over new crop production levels and the volume of higher protein wheat.
Following a meeting of energy chiefs with Pope Francis in the Vatican, Britain's Lord Browne, former CEO of BP and current executive chairman of L1 Energy, tells S&P Global Platts that change in the world's biggest industry, oil and gas, will be a slow process.
Weather risks, USD strength, and geopolitical instability are driving volatility in grains and oilseeds with cumulative open interest in agriculture at record levels. Charlie Clack and Carlos Mera review Rabobank's latest price outlooks on the major agri futures markets, including wheat, soybeans, coffee and cotton.…
S&P Global Platts reporter Harry Weber, Managing Editor Scott Ickes and independent LNG analyst Ted Michael discuss the outlook for further LNG export growth from the US and Canada.
Europe's polyethylene terephthalate market is set to face a supply drought in the foreseeable future amid lingering scarcity of feedstock purified terephthalic acid in the region. Platts editors discuss the potential winners and losers.
Senior analyst Oscar Tjakra discusses the palm oil price outlook for 2018 and the latest developments in the South-East Asian palm oil industry. Palm oil production is set to decrease in South-East Asia post-2021, due to land moratorium and slow replanting.By (Rabobank).
Sterling Liddell and Bill Nickrent discuss the risks for the corn market related to declining stocks and remarkably low planted acres planned for 2018. This podcast episode was originally released on our North American podcast channel RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness North America. Rabo Agrifinance is Rabobank Group's agricultural finance depar ...…
The North American wholesale power pricing team takes a coast-to-coast look at summer prices, highlighting ERCOT and Cal-ISO markets, where concerns have been voiced.
Key oil players will gather in the Russian city of St. Petersburg on May 24-26 to discuss key issues including the fate of the OPEC+ crude production cut deal and the impact of US sanctions on international energy markets. S&P Global Platts managing editor in Moscow Nadia Rodova discusses the issues with editors Rosemary Griffin and Nastassia A ...…
SABIC's Abdulrahman S. Al-Fageeh talks about company updates and how operations might be affected by the US-China trade tension, and the changes in China's policies.
Jason Silber of Platts Ocean Intelligence chats with Madeline Jowdy, Senior Director, Global Gas & LNG at S&P Global Platts, about the prospects for LNG bunkers heading into 2020 and beyond.
Crawlers and female robots offshore? They’re here and they’re coming to a platform near you. Learn more in the latest Platts Commodity Spotlight podcast with S&P Global Platts editors Starr Spencer and Ashok Dutta.
As opposition to pipeline projects mounts in Canada, Kinder Morgan is considering pulling the plug on its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion because of a lack of regulatory certainty. S&P Global Platts editors Jeff Mower and Ashok Dutta examine the issues.
This podcast looks into lithium and how mining techniques differ for one of the lightest metals in the world; sheds light on what brine and spodumene are and the advantages of each from a cost perspective.
S&P Global Platts editors Seth Clare and Jeff Bair discuss summer gasoline trends: exports to Mexico, US pump prices and competition for pipeline space.
S&P Global Platts editors Catherine Wood, Sergio Alvarado and Josh Pedrick discuss the implications of the US-China trade conflict on the agriculture and biofuels markets.
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