News, Commentary & Events: CORN


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  • Analytics Firm Predicts 2023 Corn Prices Will Stay Elevated

    ETF Database - 01/23/2023

    According to a Dairy Reporter article, analytics firm Beroe is predicting that corn prices will stay elevated in 2023, giving bullish investors reason to continue using the commodity as a prime inflation hedge or as a portfolio diversification tool.

  • Commodities Could Receive Boost from China's Re-Opening

    ETF Database - 01/18/2023

    The capital markets are looking at China with eyes wide open, searching for opportunities as the country’s economy bounces back after stumbling over the last couple of years. A byproduct of the recent re-opening after a resurgence of COVID-19 cases could be a boost in commodities.

  • For the Second Year, S&P Commodities Index Rises

    ETF Database - 01/09/2023

    One of the default plays over the last couple of years for combating inflation has been getting commodities exposure. Another rise in 2022 for the S&P GSCI index has supported this rise, making it another positive year for the space.

  • Research Group Predicts Commodity Prices Will Remain High

    ETF Database - 01/03/2023

    The research group, Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU), doesn’t see commodity prices falling after a volatile 2022. According to EIU, while demand may slow, supply won’t rise high enough to put enough downward pressure on prices.

  • In 2023, Corn Prices Could Keep Trending Higher

    ETF Database - 12/27/2022

    Bullish corn investors could be getting what they want in the new year if macroeconomic conditions conducive to higher prices can stay steady through 2023.

  • 2023 Fertilizer Shortage Could Impact Commodities

    ETF Database - 12/08/2022

    Heading into 2023, supply continues to be a prime concern when investing in agricultural commodities. This includes fertilizer, which has been going through a brewing supply crisis apart from the actual commodities at stake.

  • For 2023, ING Sees Agricultural Commodities Skewed to the Upside

    ETF Database - 12/01/2022

    The ING Group, a global financial institution, released a 2023 outlook for commodities as 2022 has begun to wind down. ING noted that more volatility could be ahead for the commodity markets in general, but agricultural commodities are skewed to the upside next year.

  • China's Support of Its Economy is Lifting Commodities

    ETF Database - 11/22/2022

    The second largest economy can have a profound effect on the ebb and flow of commodities and as such, China’s efforts to prop up its economy can help lift commodities moving forward.

  • 3 Economic Challenges and What Funds Can Help

    ETF Database - 11/16/2022

    Financial advisors typically contend with numerous economic challenges. The upcoming Exchange conference kicking off February 5th through February 8th in Miami, Florida promises to deliver a host of informative keynotes, CE credit opportunities, and access to industry experts who can help solve the complex problems facing advisors today.

  • Teucrium Boosts Service Offerings for ETF Issuers

    ETF Database - 11/16/2022

    Teucrium Trading, sponsor of futures-based ETFs, has expanded service offerings for emerging and established ETF issuers, and will be known as Teucrium ETF Solutions.

  • South American Factors Will Impact Corn, Soybean Prices

    ETF Database - 11/15/2022

    Commodities investors will continue to have inflation in their minds moving forward, but the growing season in South America could also have a profound effect, particularly on corn and soybean prices.

  • Despite Rising Income, Farmer Sentiment Wanes

    ETF Database - 11/08/2022

    Rising inflation that’s feeding into costlier food sources is producing positive income for the farmer this year, but when it comes to sentiment, it was more negative during the month of October.

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