Join Compeer Financial and Arlan Suderman, Chief Commodities Economist at StoneX, for a live webinar series as he shares first-hand perspective on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the market. He will provide unique insight on global macro-economic trends and what it means for the commodities market.
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March 16 | 10:00 a.m.
Rapid growth in Chinese demand combined with an explosion of fiscal and monetary stimulus to push commodity prices sharply higher in recent months. Some people speak of a possible super cycle in the commodity sector that could keep prices elevated for an extended period of time. Is that the case, or shall we prepare for an inevitable collapse? Does China truly need what it is purchasing, or is it simply stocking up? What is the impact of unprecedented fiscal and monetary stimulus by the Federal Reserve and central banks around the world, and how will a big increase in position limits influence the markets? We’ll seek to put the pieces of the puzzle together, presenting the risks and opportunities that lie ahead.
July 20 | 10:00 a.m.
July provides a good opportunity to assess this year’s crop potential, while balancing that against early indications of Chinese demand for the 2021 crop. How is China doing in keeping its commitments for the current year, and what does that tell us about the year ahead? What is the expected response from Brazil farmers as they prepare to plant their crops that will be harvested in six months?
October 19 | 10:00 a.m.
The size of the 2021 crops is largely known as harvest progresses, with a much better handle on Chinese demand as well. What does that mean for crop fundamentals over the coming year, and how will the continued flow of fiscal and monetary stimulus impact how this money-rich market manages supply and demand in the months ahead? What have we learned about U.S. / China relations in the first year of the Biden Administration and how that might impact future demand for U.S. crops and meat products?