By Richard Duncan
Agricultural futures and suggestions has been written for the aptitude and genuine clients of agricultural futures markets yet must also supply an invaluable creation to the extra educational scholars of the subject.
Divided into 3 components, the 1st examines the North American markets with chapters on Chicago, definitions, hedgers, commodity buying and selling advisors, thoughts, ny and the Winnipeg community.
Part 2's research of the eu markets seems to be at tender commodities and the London Fox, the London Grain Futures industry, meat futures, potato futures and soya bean meal futures.
Investing and investor security is the topic of half three. instructions are supplied for beginning and servicing an account and an extra bankruptcy offers with legislation
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Extra info for Agricultural Futures and Options. A Guide to Using North American and European Markets
Since the CBOT has active futures contracts in all these three commodities, it often becomes attractive for a crusher to use futures as a substitute for real or cash transactions. For example, a crusher may have a buying interest for a quantity of soyabean meal four months forward and he may be able to buy beans in the corresponding delivery period, but he may have no customers interested in buying oil at that time. In that case he will sell the cash meal and buy the cash beans and will sell oil futures to complete the operation.
Wheat futures When there is only one US futures market for soyabeans or for corn (excluding the 'mini-contracts' on the MidAm), why should there be three distinct 5000-bushel contracts for wheat futures, in Chicago, Kansas City and Minneapolis? The answer lies in the fact that virtually all corn grown anywhere in the US is more or less interchangeable; and the same could broadly be said of soyabeans and of oats. But this is certainly not the case with wheat, of which three distinct major types or classes are grown in important quantities in the US between the Rocky Mountains and the Atlantic.
Here again the real world of agriculture ensures that there is a period of many months between a farmer's decision to prod uce additional piglets or calves and the moment when the mature animals are available in the marketplace. In cattle and hogs, as with corn or soyabeans, one can have a market situation, in which there is a relative 29 AGRICULTURAL FUTURES AND OPTIONS shortage in the nearby months, but good reason to believe that there will be an abundant supply at some known date in the future: this is the scenario which leads to inverse markets.
Agricultural Futures and Options. A Guide to Using North American and European Markets by Richard Duncan