IEG Vu: More than 500 Brazilian agri products added to Price Graphing Tool
New values for beef, poultry, soybeans, corn, milk and eggs now available
Brazil’s agribusiness sector has gone from strength to strength in recent years and the focus on exports continues to impact global agri-food commodity markets.
The Latin American country has been one of the main beneficiaries of the US-China trade war, particularly in the case of soybeans, while sales of food and drink products to Europe are now worth just shy of EUR12 billion annually.
But there have been setbacks too, with the 2017 ‘Carne Fraca’ food safety scandal damaging the international reputation of some major companies and taking a bite out of export markets for meat, and China imposing anti-dumping duties on sugar exports to the Asian country.
Within this context, Brazil has just elected a new president that has the backing of agribusiness groups and has made promises to reduce red tape and bureaucracy for farmers.
So there is no better time for IEG Vu to announce a major upgrade to its service that will see coverage of Brazilian markets expanded and more than 500 new price lines added to the Price Graphing Tool.
The new lines include values for the following commodities, broken down by the main producing regions: beef, cattle, poultry, eggs, pigs, pork, live birds, liquid milk, soybeans, sorghum, wheat, maize (corn), soymeal, soy oil and wheat meal.
The full list of additional Brazilian lines is included in the table below – simply select an option from the dropdown menu or use the search tool to explore what is new. IEG Vu of course continues to provide price information for other Brazilian commodities including coffee, sugar and orange juice to name but a few.
Also included since the last Price Graphing and Trade Dashboard update are new prices for Chinese wholesale chicken, Danish and French pork, UK and US Citrus Pulp Pellets, UK Feed Wheat and Spanish Tiger Nuts.
If you are not already a subscriber to IEG Vu and would like to experience the full range of services, you can contact the customer support team to register your interest or simply go to any article on the IEG Vu website and select the ‘Free Trial’ option for 7 days access.