Unprecedented time for grain and feed markets
Andy Doyle
Grain markets have seen unprecedented rises recently for a variety of reasons. Understanding them is key to making sensible selling decisions as December wheat drops €40/t on recent highs.
25 May 2022 Opinion
Colm McCarthy: caution urged with cryptocurrencies
The Central Bank of Ireland and financial regulators in many countries have warned private investors about the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies.
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Diesel price fluctuation continues as silage season gets under way
As we went to press this week, prices of 1.24c/l to 1.36c/l (VAT inclusive) were being quoted for Marked Gas Oil (MGO), more commonly known as green diesel.
Stronger currency driving Brazil price up
Recovery in the value of Brazil’s currency has had the effect of pulling Brazilian beef price up almost €4.20/kg.
30 March 2022 News
Pig price pressure in China
No sign of improvement in Chinese pig price as COVID-19 escalates, disrupting trade and demand.
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Tyre prices soar by up to 28% over the past 12 months
With tyre prices soaring by up to 28% in the past 12 months, Peter Thomas Keaveney and Gary Abbott take a look at what’s driving the price hikes and how much extra it’s costing the end-user.
9 February 2022 News