Record slow planting of this year’s Midwest corn and soybean crops creates unusually high interest in the June crop report this year. USDA is expected to make the rare move of adjusting the supply side of its corn, and possibly soybean, balance sheets in the June WASDE report, while also revising its wheat production estimates due to adverse rainfall. I’ll discuss the implications of those changes, while also addressing the potential implications of record large “prevent-plant” acres this year, while also looking at the demand rationing responsibility of the marketplace over the next several months.Learn More
Learn how the FCM Division within INTL FCStone Financial Inc. partners with financial institutions to help their clients access a robust suite of commodity trading and risk management services – without having to take on balance-sheet risk or go through a competitor.Learn More
The Aite Group characterizes INTL FCStone Inc’s Global Payments group as much more than a technology solution that facilitates cross-border payments. In a recent report prepared for their consulting clients, they state, “With its deep knowledge of various market and payments complexities, INTL FCStone provides a high degree of personal touch at every step in the payments process to make sure payments complete successfully."
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El clima, las regulaciones gubernamentales y la cambiante demanda del consumidor se combinan para hacer del mercado del café uno de los más volátiles. Por suerte, una estrategia efectiva de gestión de riesgo puede ofrecerle a su compañía las oportunidades que necesita para administrar el riesgo de precios. Más importante aún, es no permitir que los mitos y rumores que rodean la práctica de la gestión de riesgos le impidan proteger sus márgenes contra los efectos de la volatilidad del mercado. Por eso le invitamos a leer nuestro folleto digital, 5 mitos en la gestión de riesgo de los precios del café, en el que desmontamos las leyendas más comunes sobre la gestión de riesgos.Conozca Más
The Prime Brokerage team within INTL FCStone Financial Inc. provides hedge funds, family offices, mutual funds and other investment managers with a full self-clearing prime offering combined with introduced prime solutions. Using cutting edge technology, we deliver this unique combination over a highly integrated and cost-effective platform – backed by exceptional client service. The result: greater flexibility, greater efficiency and greater simplicity for our clients.Download Now
The few patchy reports that have emerged sound ominous for the hog industry in the world’s largest pork market. The American pork market has enjoyed a sudden windfall, and yet the concern is growing that the most virulent pig disease in modern history could come to the US. INTL FCStone’s latest white paper, Chinese Pig Epidemic Poised to Reshape Global Trade, is a comprehensive report on what’s going on in China and how it will affect both hog and feed markets.Learn More
Threats to your margins can take many forms. Certainly, you have considered your primary inputs and taken steps to mitigate the risks associated with volatility in those markets, but have you considered your energy costs’ impact on your ability to meet your budget goals? Learn more about how INTL FCStone can help you address energy markets’ threats to your margins.Learn More
With our global perspective, diverse offering, deep expertise, INTL FCStone can help food manufacturers manage their commodity price risk.Learn More
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INTL FCStone’s Brazilian Market Intelligence analyzes the main factors that influenced major agricultural commodities in recent months and provides insight on what to expect from January to March 2019.
The Quarterly Commodities Outlook addresses:
- the ongoing trade war;
- the economic slowdown in China and Europe;
- political instability across regions;
- and the US government shutdown.
Get our Market Intelligence team’s insights on what we can expect for Q1 2019!Learn More