On April 16, 2020, we gathered our team of expert analysts for a live webinar to address a variety of market concerns farmers might have as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch a recording of that webinar for insight into:
market volatility in the COVID-19 era
current prospects for Chinese demand
considerations for commodity markets and the ag industry
The webinar was driven by commentary from four experienced leaders within the FBN Crop Marketing team: Dr. Kevin McNew, Chief Economist; Dr. Rejeanna Gvillo, Senior Commodity Analyst; Cy Monley, Head of Brokerage; and Ryan Denis, Head of Crop Marketing Canada.
This live webinar featured insights that are delivered regularly to members of FBN Market Advisory. With FBN Market Advisory, you'll receive truly personalized tools and reports to support your grain marketing efforts. Get access to market news, straightforward marketing recommendations, basis trend insights and weather reports—all relevant to your operation and geographic location.
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