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Category Archive: Indicators

Latin American Economy’s China Syndrome

Category: Indicators, Markets

The Latin American economy’s recession could deepen if China’s economy slows much more, says the International Monetary Fund in a new report that marks down already gloomy forecasts for the region. Brazil, Latin America’s biggest economy, is a drag on the entire region. Already in the depths of its…

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Copper Down Cycle Drags on Japan Traders

Category: Indicators, Markets

The copper down cycle has taken a big bite out of the profits of Japan’s trading companies. This morning, Mitsubishi Corp., Japan’s biggest trading house, announced ¥430 billion (US$3.8 billion) in write downs on a list of commodities assets, starting with AngloAmerican Sur, a Chilean copper mining and smelting…

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Where US Beef Comes from

Category: Imports, Indicators

Do you know where US beef comes from? Until last month, you could find out where your hamburger came from by reading the label on the package. Labeling meat products to disclose where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered was mandatory. But Congress has repealed country-of-origin labeling (COOL) for…

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November Import TEUs Up over Last Year, Down from Last Month

Category: Exports, Indicators

November import TEUs reached 1,639,165, for a 5% gain compared with November 2014, Datamyne’s current US import bill-of-lading data shows. This reverses the downward trend in year-over-year comparisons in October, when the 1,731,930 TEUs (20-foot-equivalent units) tallied represented a -1% drop from TEUs the same month a year ago. However, November…

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Wheat Exports Flattened as Dollar Rises

Category: Exports, Indicators

Wheat exports are being flattened by the strengthening dollar, as competitors with weaker currencies take US share of the global market for this and other agricultural products. Generally among the top 3 US agricultural exports (behind soybeans and corn), wheat accounted for $10,271,917,323 worth of exports in 2014. The last…

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