Jernigan Global Weekly 23-Dec-2019
Posted : February 25, 2020

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 23-December-2019

1. US/CHINA TRADE AGREEMENT – WILL IT BE SIGNED? AND WILL IT HOLD?

2. 2017 US EXPORTS AS A BASE

3. US AG EXPORTS TO CHINA HAVE BEEN NDERVALUED FOR YEARS

4. US PORK EXPORTS MAY REACH 5-10 BILLION USD

5. COTTON EXPORTS SHOULD RECEIVE SIZEABLE TARGET

6. ICE RALLY TRIGGERS CROP MOVEMENT IN BRAZIL AND US

7. ICE FUTURES CLOSE HIGHER AS MANAGED FUNDS MOVE TO NET LONG

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