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As part of our service, our subscribers receive a new Stratamarkets Almond Report every Wednesday morning at 6:30 a.m. U.S. Pacific Time. The report provides subscribers with the following:
- Weekly price assessments for 18 items on a U.S. FAS basis
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- A summary of reported trades for the week
- Price charts, graphs, and other data analytics
Stratamarkets, the leading provider of price benchmarks and market intelligence for the global almond market, has named Gareth Carpenter as its newest Editorial Director with responsibility for market coverage in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
JANUARY 18, 2022
Stratamarkets, the leading provider of price benchmarks and market intelligence for the global almond market, announced on Monday the formation of an advisory board as the company embarks on its second year of growth.
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Prices soared in the global almond market the week ending Tuesday after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) cut its forecast for California’s 2021-2022 crop year almond production by 400-million pounds. Benchmark STDS climbed 29 cents/lb on the week to $2.22/lb FAS, while NPIS increased 16 cents/lb to $2.17/lb FAS. NPX 30/32 showed the sharpest
A smaller-than-expected California almond crop forecast and a report showing record June shipments provided the global almond market with its most bullish news this crop year, bolstering sellers who have been grappling for months with record low prices while simultaneously striking concern among some sellers that the market could overheat. The 2.8-billion-pound forecast from the
Growers are Pulling Almond Trees as Drought in California Worsens. What Does it Mean for the Market?
Even with some bud failure, the 400 acres of almond trees in Fresno County should have been profitable for years to come for Stuart Woolf. But soaring water costs and historically low almond prices make this an unusual year. Faced with the prospect of financial losses from this swath of almond production, Woolf decided to