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WHEAT FUTURES PLUNGE TO NEW 10-YEAR LOWS

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Wheat prices at 10-year lows are exerting downward pricing pressure on bakery products and animal feed.   Wheat futures plunged to fresh ten-year lows, on heavy world supplies and the stronger dollar. “We continue to see a large

CORN PRICES TUMBLE AS SUPPLY OUTLOOK IMPROVES

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: Falling Corn prices will exert downward pressure on most of the food chain.   06.21.16 – Supply outlook improves in the U.S. and Brazil Corn futures in Chicago fell by the most in three years and prices

STEEL MILLS BOOSTING PRICES: COLD-ROLLED COIL HITS A ONE-YEAR HIGH

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  With cheap imports gone, North American steel makers keep raising prices.   04.18.16 – Trading barely above multiyear lows Steel is being a different animal this year. While metals such as aluminum, copper and nickel are trading

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS PRICES STILL IN FREE FALL

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Construction material costs continue to fall – a good time to ask your contractor to re-quote or perhaps go back to the market for fresh bids.   01.15.16 – Bureau of Labour Statistics Producer Price Index Reports