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Datamyne Blog

Covering trade & transport, with tips on using
import-export data to advantage

Category Archive: Markets

Top Searches 2012: Turkey

Category: Markets, Trade Data

The most often-sought country topped rankings 9 out of 12 months last year Each month, Datamyne shares the top 10 most-frequently used “country,” “product,” and “company” names in searches of its US import database in the preceding month. Right now, you can find December’s top searches on our home…

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2013: International Year of Quinoa

Category: Imports, Markets

The Columbian exchange continues with “a future sown thousands of years ago” What better way to start the new year than with a forward-looking celebration of an historical legacy? The UN General Assembly has declared 2013 as the…

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Asian Oenophile

Category: Markets

Singapore-bound Wine Advocate embraces an Asian market that has come of age The Wall Street Journal reports that wine critic Robert M. Parker Jr. will be ending the print version of his newsletter, the Wine Advocate and stepping down as editor-in-chief. Stepping up to replace him will be the newsletter’s…

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Mexico’s Exports Fuel GDP

Category: Markets

With growth outpacing Brazil, no change in Mexican economic policy forecast The New York Times took sidebar note of Mexico’s fast-growing economy during its coverage of June’s Group of 20 meeting. Mexico’s economy grew faster than Brazil’s last year and it is on pace to beat its Latin American rival…

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Uruguay’s Rising Star

Category: Markets

S&P restores Uruguay to investment grade, while Fitch boosts outlook to positive After raising its sovereign credit rating on Uruguay to BBB-/A-3 from BB+/B1 on April 3, S&P followed up with the same  boost to Citibank Uruguay’s global scale counterparty credit rating, and an affirmation of the national scale counterparty credit…

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Not So Invisible Hand Stirs Ethanol

Category: Markets

Government policies shape biofuels markets Sometime around the middle of last year, the US surged ahead of Brazil to become the world’s highest-volume exporter of ethanol. According to the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA), the US boosted its exports of ethanol to an average of nearly 78,000 barrels per…

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Datamyne Top 5: Markets for Argentina’s Wine

Category: Markets

Top South American producer, No.2 in the new world Datamyne’s South American team filed a report yesterday on the global market in wine (Needs Balance: Wine Market) and the “old world” producers’ efforts to shrink a global surplus in wine by cutting back vineyards. First among South American wine producers,…

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Needs Balance: Wine Market

Category: Markets

Are EU CMO reforms shrinking world’s wine lake? A report from Datamyne’s team in South America They say that clinking glasses together in a toast lets us enjoy wine with the fifth sense, hearing … since the other four senses are already a part of the tasting. This Bacchanalian liquid has long been…

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Still Following Glencore

Category: Markets

Merger with Xstrata will create new mining giant One trades and the other digs. So tweets BBC Business Editor Robert Peston about the pending merger of Glencore and Xstrata. The Financial Times confirms the merger, likely to be announced within days, will combine the world’s largest trading house with…

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How Sweet It Is

Category: Markets

Paraguay is top supplier of organic sugar imports by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor Small countries tend to get overlooked in discussions about trade, yet they can be important supply sources for specific products. Paraguay is a good example. It’s a very poor, landlocked country, sandwiched between Brazil and Argentina, with…

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