Global fiscal, monetary, trade and regulatory policy objectives are presently achieving their goals of placing global growth on a course of a multi-year period for continued sustained growth.
USDA chief economist says falling prices and strong production drives farm income outlook
Farmers should plan for another year of tight margins in row crops in 2018, but good demand for cotton, corn, peanuts and soybeans in the year to come.
Even the driest location in the U.S., Death Valley, has been wetter this winter than parts of the southern High Plains of Texas.
Groundhog prediction meshes with AccuWeather. Old Farmer's Almanac predicts wet summer for Southwest.
Some reasons to hope for above $4.30 wheat price. Protein still in demand
Many contradictions muddy the outlook forU.S. cotton markets.
Conditions are primed for another drought extending into the summer for the Southwest.
Reasons for optimism in cotton market outlook, but some bears in the mix.