Analysts are watching to see the impacts the JBS meat processing plant fire will have on markets. Elliott Dennis, livestock Extension economist for the University of Nebraska, said in his “In the Cattle Markets” column for the Livestock Marketing Information Center that the plant, located in Grand Island, Nebraska, has similarities to the Tyson plant fire in Kansas.
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(The Center Square) – Hurricane Ida has already caused oil supply losses of 30 million barrels, the International Energy Agency (IEA) reports, resulting in the first decline in global oil supply in five months.
On July 26, 2020, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order under which the US government’s Medicare Part D program would have negot…
(The Center Square) – New federal data released Tuesday showed a continued trend of elevated inflation.
(The Center Square) – As Congress prepares to return from August recess, President Joe Biden’s plans for trillions in federal spending hang in the balance.
(The Center Square) – By the end of December, Austin will be the least affordable city to live outside of California, according to an analysis by the real estate company Zillow. It will be less affordable to own a home in Austin than Seattle, Miami, and New York City, the report suggests, with homeowners expected to spend more than 25.3% of their income on mortgage payments.