Chief Operations Officer, Research
Agricultural Materials: Detecting the Downturn of a $50 Billion Global Industry
Fueled by the emerging biofuel-driven crop expansion of corn and soybean in the fall of 2006, US demand and pricing of fertilizer climbed to historic highs for a dramatic run of 21 months from Q3 2006 to Q2 2008. Despite source accounts of some volume decline and a slight dip in US demand, fertilizer prices ramained exceptionally strong due to robust international consumption.Early detection and confirmation of dropping demand in critical agricultural markets provide a unique input ahead of news
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