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El Niño gives warm relief to China's soyabean importers - Financial Times

Thu, 11/15/2018 - 11:01pm
Financial TimesEl Niño gives warm relief to China's soyabean importersFinancial Times“If things don't get carried away, we can expect above-normal yields,” said David Streit, meteorologist at weather consultancy Commodity Weather Group in the US. But if rains continue throughout the growing season, then the risks rise that “rust ...

Forget midterms. Focus on stock buybacks as firms mull raising repurchases - Business Standard

Mon, 11/05/2018 - 9:04pm
Business StandardForget midterms. Focus on stock buybacks as firms mull raising repurchasesBusiness StandardThe surge came as forecasts turned sharply colder for the eastern and central regions of the US One weather model shows the icy blast extending into Thanksgiving, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC, a pattern also seen in the winter of 2013-2014 ...

Forget the Midterms. The Real Action Is in Stock Buybacks. - Bloomberg

Mon, 11/05/2018 - 5:32pm
BloombergForget the Midterms. The Real Action Is in Stock Buybacks.BloombergThe surge came as forecasts turned sharply colder for the eastern and central regions of the U.S. One weather model shows the icy blast extending into Thanksgiving, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC, a pattern also seen in the winter of ...

Market waits for more details on harvest progress, exports - Business Recorder

Wed, 10/31/2018 - 12:35pm
Business RecorderMarket waits for more details on harvest progress, exportsBusiness Recorder“Drier trends aid late harvest in the Midwest,” the Commodity Weather Group said, adding that the eastern part of the region could experience more rain delays. The US soybean market was also awaiting more indications about a trade spat with China that ...and more »

GRAINS-Market waits for more details on harvest progress, exports - Agriculture.com

Wed, 10/31/2018 - 9:07am
GRAINS-Market waits for more details on harvest progress, exportsAgriculture.com"Drier trends aid late harvest in the Midwest," the Commodity Weather Group said, adding that the eastern part of the region could experience more rain delays. The U.S. soybean market was also awaiting more indications about a trade spat with China ...and more »

Forecasters in the private sector strongly favor a snowy winter in Washington - Washington Post

Mon, 10/29/2018 - 1:21pm
Washington PostForecasters in the private sector strongly favor a snowy winter in WashingtonWashington PostDave Tolleris, who runs the WxRisk forecasting company, and Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group, agreed this blob could configure the jet stream in a favorable position to deliver cold air to the eastern U.S. - which is necessary for ...

Forecasters in the private sector strongly favor a snowy winter in Washington - Washington Post

Mon, 10/29/2018 - 1:21pm
Washington PostForecasters in the private sector strongly favor a snowy winter in WashingtonWashington PostDave Tolleris, who runs the WxRisk forecasting company, and Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group, agreed this blob could configure the jet stream in a favorable position to deliver cold air to the eastern United States — which is ...

3 Big Things Today, October 24 - Agriculture.com

Wed, 10/24/2018 - 8:10am
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, October 24Agriculture.comBelow-average precipitation is expected for much of the eastern and central Midwest from central Oklahoma and Kansas northeast into the Great Lakes region in the next five days, according to Commodity Weather Group. Some light showers are expected, ...

Winter outlook: El Niño may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern US - The Keene Sentinel

Fri, 10/19/2018 - 9:38am
ABC NewsWinter outlook: El Niño may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern USThe Keene SentinelMatt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group, which specializes in long-range prediction, agreed with the broad strokes of NOAA's outlook but said its temperature forecast was “conservative” in the East and that he would lean toward colder ...On Philadelphia's chilliest day in seven months, feds release winter outlookPhilly.comWinter Outlook favors warmer temperatures for much of U.S. | National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationNational Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationClimate Prediction Center - Seasonal OutlookClimate Prediction CenterCNNall 442 news articles »

On Philadelphia's chilliest day in seven months, US releases winter outlook - Philly.com

Thu, 10/18/2018 - 6:52pm
Philly.comOn Philadelphia's chilliest day in seven months, US releases winter outlookPhilly.comThe Commodity Weather Group and WeatherBell outlooks are similar. Weather Concierge, the company that evoked the 1995-96 and 2009-10 winters, says that while temperatures will be near normal, it will be quite stormy in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.NOAA winter outlook: El Niño may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern USWashington PostWinter outlook: El Nino may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern USSFGateYouTube HTML5 Video PlayerYouTubeNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrationall 199 news articles »

NOAA winter outlook: El Niño may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern US - Washington Post

Thu, 10/18/2018 - 1:02pm
Washington PostNOAA winter outlook: El Niño may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern USWashington PostMatt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group, which specializes in long-range prediction, agreed with the broad strokes of NOAA's outlook but said its temperature forecast was “conservative” in the East and that he would lean toward colder ...El Nino may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern US this winterThe Boston GlobeWinter Outlook favors warmer temperatures for much of U.S. | National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationNational Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationCPC - Climate Weather Linkage: El Niño Southern Oscillation - Climate Prediction CenterClimate Prediction Center - NOAAall 344 news articles »

On Philadelphia's chilliest day in seven months, feds release winter outlook - Philly.com

Thu, 10/18/2018 - 12:23pm
Philly.comOn Philadelphia's chilliest day in seven months, feds release winter outlookPhilly.comThe Commodity Weather Group and WeatherBell outlooks are similar. Weather Concierge, the company that evoked the 1995-96 and 2009-10 winters, says that while temperatures will be near normal, it will be quite stormy in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.NOAA winter outlook: El Niño may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern USWashington Postall 59 news articles »

CBOT corn ends lower on technical selling, bearish ethanol data - Business Recorder

Thu, 10/18/2018 - 7:00am
Business RecorderCBOT corn ends lower on technical selling, bearish ethanol dataBusiness Recorder... report on Thursday, analysts expected the government to show weekly corn sales at 800,000 to 1.3 million tonnes. Mostly dry weather expected in the US Midwest over the next 10 days should bolster harvest progress, the Commodity Weather Group said ...and more »

CBOT soybeans end modestly higher in technical moves - Business Recorder

Thu, 10/18/2018 - 6:56am
Business RecorderCBOT soybeans end modestly higher in technical movesBusiness RecorderMostly dry weather expected in the US Midwest over the next 10 days should bolster harvest progress, the Commodity Weather Group said in a client note. Ahead of the US Department of Agriculture's weekly export sales report on Thursday, analysts ...and more »

Argentina's peso strengthens in midmorning trading - Reuters

Fri, 10/12/2018 - 10:26am
Argentina's peso strengthens in midmorning tradingReutersThe Commodity Weather Group said on Sunday some oil rigs in the Gulf area may be evacuated, which may slow operations but was not likely cause much interruption. The Gulf of Mexico is home to 17 percent of daily U.S. crude oil output and 5 percent of ...and more »

Hurricane Michael Lashes Florida With Wind Speeds Among Highest in History - BloombergQuint

Wed, 10/10/2018 - 9:25pm
BloombergQuintHurricane Michael Lashes Florida With Wind Speeds Among Highest in HistoryBloombergQuintRainfall totals of 4-to-8 inches (10-to-20 centimeters) could complicate harvest of cotton in Georgia and the Carolinas at a time when most of the crop's bolls have opened, said David Streit, an agricultural meteorologist for Commodity Weather Group ...and more »

Michael Lashes Florida With Wind Speeds Among Highest in History - Bloomberg

Wed, 10/10/2018 - 3:49pm
BloombergMichael Lashes Florida With Wind Speeds Among Highest in HistoryBloombergDavid Streit, an agricultural meteorologist for Commodity Weather Group, said he expects heavy rains of 4-to-8 inches (10-to-20 centimeters) could adversely affect the cotton crop in Georgia and the Carolinas at a time when most cotton bolls have ...Hurricane Michael strengthens off Florida coast, authorities brace for 200kph windsABC Newsall 4,872 news articles »

3 Big Things Today, October 10 - Agriculture.com

Wed, 10/10/2018 - 7:37am
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, October 10Agriculture.comSoybeans were modestly lower overnight on forecasts for drier weather in parts of the Midwest that have been getting hammered by rain for the past two weeks. Rainfall that's kept farmers out of fields in some areas including eastern Iowa are likely to ...

Hurricane Michael strengthens off Florida coast, authorities brace for 200km/h winds - The New Daily

Wed, 10/10/2018 - 3:59am
The New DailyHurricane Michael strengthens off Florida coast, authorities brace for 200km/h windsThe New Daily“It is not going to linger like Florence did, like Harvey did. It will move through the south-eastern United States and go out the Atlantic probably by Thursday.” The Commodity Weather Group said Michael was not likely to cause much interruption to oil ...and more »Google News

Hurricane Michael strengthens off Florida coast, authorities brace for 200kph winds - ABC Local

Wed, 10/10/2018 - 3:17am
ABC LocalHurricane Michael strengthens off Florida coast, authorities brace for 200kph windsABC LocalThe Commodity Weather Group said Michael was not likely to cause much interruption to oil and gas production. The Gulf of Mexico is home to 17 per cent of daily US crude oil output and 5 per cent of daily natural gas output, according to the US Energy ...and more »Google News

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