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The US corn market is one of the biggest markets for any single agricultural commodity. Like any other developed and mature market of the modern world, both the derivatives and the cash/spot market govern the dynamics here. A number

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The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decided to lower its cash rate by 25 basis points at its October 1 meeting. This was the

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The latest ISM manufacturing and non-manufacturing releases suggest that the US economic activity is growing at a somewhat slower pace. This is similar to the economic outlook portrayed by the ISM releases last month. This ti

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The latest jobless claims report suggests that the labour market continues to remain strong as both initial jobless claims and continued jobless claims decreased compared to the last reporting week as well as the expec

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What changed in the Jun FOMC

The Jun FOMC can be marked as an important pivot in Fed’s monetary policy stance. As we had explained in

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GDP Preview

Gross Domestic Product or GDP, as it is known in short, is the most comprehensive economic indicator for any economy that no

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Once upon a time, there was bitcoin.

And then, there wasn’t any. At least not as much.

We’re

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FOMC Preview

There is a growing echo of the possibility of a rate cut this year as the Fed, the US central bank, approaches its scheduled

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A positive retail sales data released last week has increased expectations that the economic conditions from the perspective of consumer spending are, perhaps, not as dire as some other areas might appear. The strong data i

Futures First Academy

Financial derivatives are also known as common derivatives. In simple words, they are contractual agreements, where the value of the contract is consented upon by the agreeing parties based on