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Agriculture Today
1246 – USDA Reports on Land Values and Beef Exports … A Heads Up for Fall Armyworms

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 28:01


USDA Reports on Land Values and Beef Exports A Heads Up for Fall Armyworms Threats Against Monarch Butterflies and Sturgeon   00:01:00 – USDA Reports on Land Values and Beef Exports: Iowa State University livestock economist Lee Schulz covers two recent USDA reports. One deals with land values and the other with U.S. beef exports for the first half of the year 00:12:00 – A Heads Up for Fall Armyworms: Anthony Zukoff, K-State Extension entomologist, provides information on a pest that nearly all producers should be wary of this fall – fall armyworms 00:23:00 – Threats Against Monarch Butterflies and Sturgeon: On this week's wildlife management segment, K-State fisheries and aquatics specialist Joe Gerken covers the latest Red List and the current threats against Monarch Butterflies and all species of sturgeon   Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

Economy Watch
Global inflation pressures easing off

Economy Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 7:03


Kia ora,Welcome to Monday's Economy Watch where we follow the economic events and trends that affect Aotearoa/New Zealand.I'm David Chaston and this is the International edition from Interest.co.nz.Today we lead with news global inflation pressures seem to be easing off sharply.First, the benchmark for world food commodity prices dropped sharply in July, with major cereal and vegetable oil prices recording double-digit percentage falls. But meat prices held, and the dairy price fall was modest in the circumstances, both still very close to their all-time record highs. But the retreats for cereals are impressive and will certainly ease global inflation pressure. The overall index fell -8.6% in July from June even if it is still +13% higher than a year ago. Along with the sharp falls in crude oil prices recently, perhaps Team Transitory will have its day yet.Chinese exports rose +18% in July from year-ago levels, a bit better than expected but very similar to the June result. Imports rose only +2.3% and less than expected suggesting their domestic demand is soft, especially as they fell from June. If it wasn't for the US economy firing on all cylinders and drawing in imports from all over, China's trade result wouldn't have held up. In fact, the surplus they reported was a record high.They had a trade surplus of +US$41.5 bln in July with the US, a deficit of -US$6.9 bln with Australia, and a deficit of -US$0.4 bln with New Zealand, according to their Customs data. All these three data items are 'larger'; that is, a bigger surplus with the US, bigger deficits with Australia and New Zealand.In China, all eyes are on signs their moribund property markets are recovering. Cement production remains unusually low, but there are signs high stocks are falling, drawn down as some projects get back underway. But there is no sign that iron ore prices are rising from a demand rise. And at the same time, there is no sign China has yet succeeded in driving down the iron ore price as part of it new bulk-buying program.The Japanese have reported something of a surprise with household spending rising quite sharply in June to be +3.5% higher than a year ago, up +1.5% from May alone. No analyst saw that jump coming. These are 'real' gains, after adjusting for inflation. True it is only one month and that doesn't make it a trend. But quite a string of Japanese data has been positive recently, so this household data may have legs and underpin the inflation rise the Bank of Japan has been seeking for decades. Separately, they reported better than expected incomes growth as well.Over the weekend in the US, their non-farm payrolls report for July has heaped pressure on the Fed with a much larger than expected rise. Their labour market remains hot with employers adding +528,000 jobs in the month, double what analysts had expected. This is not data that suggests the US is in recession. July is normally a month when overall payrolls shrink as firms go into their summer shutdown mode. But this year that hasn't happened with the employed labour force now over 152 mln workers, and a hugely impressive +5.8 mln gain from a year ago (or if you like seasonally adjusted data, +6.1 mln more). Apart from the 2021 recovery from 2020 there has never been a July quite like this one. The rise in the number of women being hired is impressing analysts too.The US jobless rate fell to 3.5% matching the pre-pandemic level, and their best since 1969. Their participation rate didn't change much however.Meanwhile, American consumer debt rose much more than expected, in fact almost at +US$40 bln in June from May, that was almost double the +US$25 bln expected, and the May rise was revised up. The June rise was the second biggest jump ever.The Canadians also released jobs data for July and that wasn't anywhere near as impressive; in fact they reported the summer decline that didn't happen in the US. They lost -31,000 jobs in July on top of the -43,000 they lost in June. (A +20,000 gain was expected.) Singaporean retail sales fell in June from May, and that undermined their good year-on-year gains. Apart from fuel sales which were boosted by inflation, the falls were widespread and somewhat unusual for them. If the Chinese posturing on Taiwan is extended, that probably won't help economies like Singapore.In India, their central bank reviewed their policy rate late on Friday. It was 4.9% and markets had expected a +35 bps rise to 5.25%. But the RBI pushed through a full +50 bps hike to 5.4%. It's a sharper than expected rise because they too have inflation concerns, and they need to shield their exchange rate which has come under pressure since war broke out in Europe.Turkey has reported an 80% annual inflation rate for July (well, 79.6% to be exact). Nothing the Turkish president seem to actually work for him. Now he is talking with the Russians on a new economic pact. We will see how that works out. Its the weak and the weak, and a sign of desperation.The UST 10yr yield starts today at 2.83%, jerked higher by +16 bps on the US jobs data. The price of gold will open today at US$1776/oz which is up +US$2 /oz from this time Saturday. A week ago it was US$1765/oz, so a +US$11 gain since then.And oil prices start down a mere -50 USc from Saturday at just on US$88/bbl in the US, while the international Brent price is now just on US$94/bbl. A week ago these prices were US$98 and US$104/bbl respectively, so basically a drop on -US$10/bbl in that time. That is a drop of -22% from early June, and basically back to prices in effect before the Russian invasion of Ukraine.The Kiwi dollar will open today at 62.4 USc which is -½c lower than this time last week. Against the Australian dollar we are marginally firmer at 90.4 AUc. Against the euro we are firmer too at 61.4 euro cents. That all means our TWI-5 starts today at just on 71. It has been in a very tight range at about this level for three weeks now.The bitcoin price has moved marginally higher from this time Saturday, up +1.8% to US$23,251. Volatility over the past 24 hours has been low at just over +/-0.9%.You can find links to the articles mentioned today in our show notes.And get more news affecting the economy in New Zealand from interest.co.nz.Kia ora. I'm David Chaston and we'll do this again tomorrow.

AstroVed's Astrology Podcast
Aries September 2022 Horoscope Predictions

AstroVed's Astrology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 4:09


Aries natives in a love relationship should avoid arguments with their lovers. Married natives, too, may have some tiffs. Students may perform well in academics. Your mother could fall ill. Government employees may do well. Exports and imports businesses could be lucrative. Stomach problems are likely. Private sector employees could be promoted. If you would like to find out more about your chart or have a question about astrology you would love the answer to, please do connect with us at www.astroved.com Follow AstroVed on IG, Twitter, and FB @AstroVed 

JIJI English News-時事通信英語ニュース-
Japan's Food Exports Hit Record High in Jan.-June

JIJI English News-時事通信英語ニュース-

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 0:10


Japan's exports of food, farm and other products hit a record high for January-June for the second consecutive year, the agriculture ministry said Friday.

Economy Watch
Still lots of global trade, just different

Economy Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 5:02


Kia ora,Welcome to Friday's Economy Watch where we follow the economic events and trends that affect Aotearoa/New Zealand.I'm David Chaston and this is the International edition from Interest.co.nz.Today we lead with news global trade may still be happening, but it seems to be happening at a slower pace.But first, last week new US jobless claims were 206,000 which was a small decrease from the prior week and now 1.45 mln people are on these benefits, a small rise but still near a record low. Tomorrow we get the July non-farm payrolls report and that is expected to report a gain in employment of +250,000.Job layoff activity was lower in July than June and still at a much lower level than pre-pandemic.The trade deficit in the US narrowed by -US$5.3 bln to a six-month low of US$79.6 bln in June. Total exports were up +1.7% from the prior month to an all-time high of US$261 bln and up +23% in a year. Meanwhile, imports went down -0.3% to $340 bln in June from May to be up +20% from the same month a year ago. Their trade deficit with China seems stable at about -US$27 bln/mth.Part of the reason imports are staying high is to guard against future shortages. Retailers and logistics operators are struggling to find space to store the flood of goods that have swamped warehouses and weighed on their balance sheets. Warehouse owners say more retailers are looking to add storage capacity, both for goods now reaching their networks of stores and distribution centers and as they prepare to keep more inventory on hand long-term to guard against stock-outs.The American 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rate is 4.99% this week. Rates have fallen swiftly from their 13-year high of 5.81% in June.Canada's trade surplus widened to +C$5.0 bln in June from a downwardly revised C$4.8 bln in May. This was their largest monthly trade surplus since August 2008.And staying in Canada, house prices are retreating sharply in both Toronto and Vancouver.The Bank of England raised its policy rate by +50 bps to 1.75% during its overnight meeting, the sixth consecutive rate hike, and pushing borrowing costs to the highest level since 2009. It was a unanimous decision and the rise was as markets expected even if it was their biggest rate increase since 1995. They have inflation running at 9.4% pa. They say the country is about to enter a recession in 2022.The star of the trade data reported overnight was Australia who recorded an all-time record high trade surplus in June of +AU$17.7 bln for both goods and services. That takes its annual surplus to +AU$136.4 bln and a rather remarkable +6.3% of GDP. Exports rose almost +38% in a year, with the June activity up a stunning +5.1% from May alone.In China and hard on the heels of a regional banking scandal that saw customers take to the streets in protest, the same province is now investigating a massive fraud involving "missing" copper.The cost of shipping containers by sea continues to fall, down again last week to be almost -30 lower than a year ago. Bulk cargo rates slumped as well.But there are signs of a strong recovery in global passenger travel. That said, it is still miles below pre-pandemic levels.The UST 10yr yield starts today at 2.67% and down -6 bps from this time yesterday. The price of gold opens today at US$1792/oz in New York which is up +US$29 /oz from this time yesterday.And oil prices start down another -US$3 at just over US$88/bbl in the US, while the international Brent price is now just under US$94/bbl.The Kiwi dollar opened today up +½c from this time yesterday to 63.1 USc. Against the Australian dollar we are marginally firmer at 90.4 AUc. Against the euro we are unchanged at 61.6 euro cents. That all means our TWI-5 starts today at just under 71.3.The bitcoin price has moved lower from this time yesterday, down -3.6% to US$22,633. Volatility over the past 24 hours has been moderate at just over +/-2.2%.You can find links to the articles mentioned today in our show notes.And get more news affecting the economy in New Zealand from interest.co.nz.Kia ora. I'm David Chaston and we'll do this again on Monday.

ON THE ROAD with Chuck Cramer
History, quality, a beautiful place to work, a hybrid distribution model for exports and interview with Todd DeVincenzi, president of global sales & operations, Inglenook winery in Napa.

ON THE ROAD with Chuck Cramer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 42:18


History, quality, a beautiful place to work, a hybrid distribution model for exports and interview with Todd DeVincenzi, president of global sales & operations, Inglenook winery in Napa. ON THE ROAD with MR CA WINE is about California's cool, aspirational lifestyle and awesome wines hosted by Chuck Cramer, a California native, living in London and is the Director of European sales & marketing, Terlato Wines. This is a wine journey covering the hottest topics in the world of California wine, chatting along the way with the key influencers in the industry who make it all happen. This week's episode includes an interview with Todd DeVincenzi, president, global sales & operations, Inglenook Winery in Napa. 

Primary Vision Network
THE ECONOMY - Global Monetary Policy & Slowing Growth, When Does Consumer Sentiment Shift to Spending?, Leading Indicators Mixed with Some Bright Spots, European Inflation Surges Again as German's Problems Grow, China "Officially" Abando

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 125:13


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

LaneCast
Calf Prices Higher, Beef Exports Up

LaneCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:46


With the 2022 fall calf market strong, cow/calf producers are finally seeing worthwhile prices. Even as input costs soar. Livestock Auctioneer Trent Stewart joins the “Agriculture Conversation” with an update from Superior Livestock's Video Royale sale in Winnemucca, NV. The U.S. Meat Export Federation's Dan Halstrom also joins the podcast. Shedding light on factors for record beef exports in the first half of 2022.

RBN Energy Blogcast
You Got What I Need - Exports of LNG, Oil and NGLs - Will the U.S. Deliver What the World Needs?

RBN Energy Blogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 9:45


Bob Sirott
Ukraine-Russia War update: Ukraine's grain exports making good progress

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


Journalist and editor of ‘Ukrainian Freedom News' Joseph Lindsley joins Wendy Snyder, filling in for Bob Sirott, from Ukraine to deliver the latest news on the Ukraine-Russia War, including the sources who claim that Putin has a body double and where Ukraine’s grain exports are. You can find more updates on Joseph's website, ukrainianfreedomnews.com. To donate […]

Primary Vision Network
EIA UPDATE - Crude & Gasoline Build as Distillate Draws Continue, Demand Struggles Persist, Gasoline Storage Spikes Around the World- What Does it Mean?

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 62:57


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Australia: Indigenous Voice referendum, gas exports

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 7:52


Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Susie to talk about Prime Minister's Anthony Albanese's support for a referendum on how to give indigenous Australians a voice in Parliament. He'll also look at moves to curb gas exports amid a domestic shortfall and skyrocketing prices, and from spy to sparkie - the mystery of the Somerton Man appears to have been solved.

The Best of the Money Show
Why a ban on SA wool exports to China is unwarranted

The Best of the Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 5:17


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RNZ: Nine To Noon
Australia: Indigenous Voice referendum, gas exports

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 7:52


Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Susie to talk about Prime Minister's Anthony Albanese's support for a referendum on how to give indigenous Australians a voice in Parliament. He'll also look at moves to curb gas exports amid a domestic shortfall and skyrocketing prices, and from spy to sparkie - the mystery of the Somerton Man appears to have been solved.

As It Is - Voice of America
Ukraine Restarts Grain Exports with New Shipment - August 01, 2022

As It Is - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 6:07


Heartland Market Talk
Grain futures stumble on Ukraine exports and Nancy Pelosi

Heartland Market Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:48


Grain futures turned lower overnight on the reality of a ship leaving Ukraine with corn, and a slightly moderating forecast for the corn belt. Also this morning Nancy Pelosi announced that she was heading to Taiwan Tuesday, and sent grain futures sharply lower on the prospects of China pinching away from US grain.

State of Ukraine
Resuming Ukrainian grain exports may help reduce food insecurity in the Middle East

State of Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 4:48


NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Corinne Fleischer, the World Food Programme's Middle East, North Africa and Eastern Europe regional director, about what grain shipments from Ukraine means for some areas.

The Final Bell
The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Darin Fessler with Lakefront Futures

The Final Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 13:40


8-1-22 • China, Taiwan & the U.S. • Ukraine moves grain • Brazil's record corn crop • Exports? • Weather concerns • Weather & cattle • Higher boxed beef

Macro n Cheese
Imports, Exports and Empire with Bill Mitchell

Macro n Cheese

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 81:42


In a recent episode of Macro N Cheese, Steve spoke with a guest about the MMT view of exports as a benefit and imports as a cost. There ensued some disagreement on social media (where else?) This week Steve invited Bill Mitchell to weigh in on the topic. As their discussion develops, this becomes an episode we'd recommend to anyone who is still unclear on the meaning and consequences of foreign trade deficits. “Exports have to be a cost because you're foregoing real resources that you could use yourself. And imports have to be a benefit because you're getting real resources from other countries that you didn't previously have which allow you to expand your consumption possibilities. The question then is: does that mean that exports are bad and imports are good? Well, not really. That's where people get tripped up.” (Mitchell) MMT isn't a theory of everything. It doesn't pass judgment or recommend policy. “To me, it's an interesting intersection... MMT allows us to understand what we can and can't do and our theory of politics and the commons will inform what we do with that knowledge.” (Grumbine) They discuss national debt, both before and after Bretton Woods. As a bonus, Bill dispels fears of Big Bad China holding too many US dollars. “They're not funding the US government. They've got US dollars because they sold more stuff to you than you sold to them.” The government can always restrict or regulate foreign direct investment. Who should be able to own a country's natural resources? Bill and Steve talk about imperialism, globalization, the pandemic, and climate disaster. Bill suggests we start thinking in terms of poly crises. If every crisis is connected to multiple others, does it make sense to take them on one by one? Bill's visits usually review some core MMT principles and provide answers to some of the critics. This episode is no exception. Every topic of discussion loops back to the fact that money is not the issue – real resources are. Understanding MMT flushes out political motivation. There's nowhere left to hide. From http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/ Bill Mitchell is a Professor in Economics and Director of the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. He is also a professional musician and plays guitar with the Melbourne Reggae-Dub band, Pressure Drop. The band was popular around the live music scene in Melbourne in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band re-formed in late 2010. @billy_blog on Twitter

Primary Vision Network
THE ECONOMY - IMF Reduced Global Estimates Again (Still Not Enough), U.S. GDP Big Miss- What does the 2nd Half Have in Store?, Housing Falters & Leading Indicators Point to a Bigger Problem, Europe is Going from Bad to Worse

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 123:45


Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

Al Jazeera - Your World
Ukraine to start grain exports, World Bank refuses new funding for Sri Lanka

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 2:15


Primary Vision Network
EIA Update - Crude Flows Shift as More Russian Oil Flows to Asia, Demand Remains Soft Heading into August, The Global Refining Divide: Diesel vs Gasoline

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 71:13


The Ukrainian war is changing the very landscape of global energy. Russian oil flows have shifted to Asia. But this has consequences for the world at large.Refracs are the next big thing in oil! We just released a fantastic report on refracs in the Eagle Ford basin.Email us here at: info@pvmic.com for a free sample!Primary Vision Network is also offering access to our one-of-a-kind research portal via monthly and yearly subscriptions.Included in a monthly / yearly subscription:The National Frac Spread Count (updated weekly!)Oilfield Service analysis found nowhere else but here!Unique economic updates from across the globe!Bonus Company profiles, commentary and so much more!Go here to get started! https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/

NGI's Hub & Flow
LNG Exports and the Rising Cost of U.S. Natural Gas: Manufacturing's Fight for Supply Security

NGI's Hub & Flow

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 22:41


Paul Cicio, CEO of the Industrial Energy Consumers of America (IECA), joins Jamison Cocklin, NGI's senior editor of LNG, to discuss the role that rising LNG exports have had in pushing U.S. natural gas prices higher. IECA represents thousands of energy-intensive facilities across the country. The organization has been working for years to curb the rapid pace of LNG export growth as the manufacturing sector faces rising prices and stronger competition from overseas.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
How the war effects Ukraine's wheat exports

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 4:44


Mountains of grain are stuck at the Polish-Ukrainian border: wheat that's needed in Europe, Africa and Asia. But transport over land by truck or train is complicated and time-consuming – and drives up the price.

WSJ Minute Briefing
Russia to Reduce Natural-Gas Exports to Germany

WSJ Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 2:32 Very Popular


Energy producer Gazprom blames problems with a turbine for the Nord Stream pipeline. Plus: Senate votes today to advance $280 billion package to boost U.S, technology competitiveness. Scientists suspect a hepatitis outbreak among children could be traced to viruses triggering liver inflammation in children with a certain genetic susceptibility. J.R. Whalen reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PBS NewsHour - Politics
New Wrap: Ukraine to resume grain exports after Russian assault on port city of Odesa

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 4:16


In our news wrap Monday, Ukraine will resume exporting grain under an agreement with Russia despite weekend missile attack on the port of Odesa, President Biden's COVID symptoms are almost completely resolved, Pope Francis made a historic apology in Canada for abuse at Indigenous schools, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against major poultry producers, and actor Paul Sorvino died at 83. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Health
New Wrap: Ukraine to resume grain exports after Russian assault on port city of Odesa

PBS NewsHour - Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 4:16


In our news wrap Monday, Ukraine will resume exporting grain under an agreement with Russia despite weekend missile attack on the port of Odesa, President Biden's COVID symptoms are almost completely resolved, Pope Francis made a historic apology in Canada for abuse at Indigenous schools, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against major poultry producers, and actor Paul Sorvino died at 83. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
New Wrap: Ukraine to resume grain exports after Russian assault on port city of Odesa

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 4:16


In our news wrap Monday, Ukraine will resume exporting grain under an agreement with Russia despite weekend missile attack on the port of Odesa, President Biden's COVID symptoms are almost completely resolved, Pope Francis made a historic apology in Canada for abuse at Indigenous schools, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against major poultry producers, and actor Paul Sorvino died at 83. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Smart 7 Ireland Edition
Flooding in Donegal and Derry, Ukraine Grain Exports under attack in Odessa, Monkeypox now a global Health emergency, Kerry All Ireland Champions and Kate Moss reveals painful past

The Smart 7 Ireland Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 7:06


The Smart 7 Ireland Edition is the daily news podcast that gives you everything you need to know in 7 minutes, at 7am, 7 days a week… Consistently appearing in Ireland's Daily News charts, we're a trusted source for people every day. If you're enjoying it, please follow, share or even post a review, it all helps… Today's episode includes references to the following items: https://twitter.com/i/status/1551257040424771584https://twitter.com/i/status/1551267952720334849https://twitter.com/i/status/1551141313663361024https://twitter.com/i/status/1551129742388117504https://twitter.com/i/status/1551148286026866690https://twitter.com/i/status/1551130702833401857https://youtu.be/e1cjz-rXY4ohttps://twitter.com/i/status/1550913669155938307https://twitter.com/i/status/1551252636674007043https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0019jv2https://twitter.com/i/status/1550896235413794817Contact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.com Presented by Ciara Revins, written by Liam Thompson and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
New Wrap: Ukraine plans to resume grain exports after Russia strikes port city of Odesa

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 4:16


In our news wrap Monday, Ukraine will resume exporting grain under an agreement with Russia despite weekend missile attack on the port of Odesa, President Biden's COVID symptoms are almost completely resolved, Pope Francis made a historic apology in Canada for abuse at Indigenous schools, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against major poultry producers, and actor Paul Sorvino died at 83. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

World Business Report
Will Ukraine grain exports resume?

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 26:26


Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelensky, says he's confident that the export of grain from the country's Black Sea ports will resume this week, easing the global food crisis. One wheat and maize farmer in Ukraine tells us why he's not optimistic plans will go ahead. Russia is to further reduce gas deliveries through its Nordstream One pipeline to Germany to just a fifth of capacity from Wednesday. Jeff Sonnenfeld is a Yale University professor in the United States who has been tracking the Russian economy since the country invaded Ukraine. We hear his analysis of the situation. The National Football League is one of the most watched sporting events in the US and now the NFL has launched their own subscription service to ensure that remains the case. NFL journalist Melissa Jacobs explains the move from Oakland, California. (Picture: Farmers harvest a wheat field in the Ukrainian Kharkiv region on July 19, 2022, amid Russian invasion of Ukraine. Picture Credit: Getty Images).

RNZ: Morning Report
First grain exports could leave Ukraine within days

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 4:14


Ukraine says its first exports of grain could leave its Black Sea ports within days under a UN brokered deal with Russia. Russia fired missiles on Ukraine's main port of Odesa over the weekend raising doubt around their commitment to the deal. Twenty million tonnes of grain are trapped in the war torn country, which has lead to severe food shortages and price increases across main importer Africa. CNN International Diplomatic Editor Nic Robertson spoke to Susie Ferguson.

The Duran Podcast
MBS calls Putin. Kremlin checkmates EU and US on grain exports, energy and sanctions

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 15:47


MBS calls Putin. Kremlin checkmates EU and US on grain exports, energy and sanctions The Duran: Episode 1333

SBS Kurdish - SBS Kurdî
Deal signed in Istanbul to allow Ukrainian grain exports by sea - Peymana şandina genimê Ukraynê bi rêya deryayê li Stenbolê hat îmzekirin

SBS Kurdish - SBS Kurdî

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 7:58


A deal has finally been reached that will allow grain to be exported again from Ukrainian ports, after such exports stopped because of Russia's invasion of the country. It's a major breakthrough not only for Ukraine, but for many other countries.  - Di dawiyê de lihevkirinek hat kirin ku dê dîsan genim ji benderên Ukraynê bê şandin, piştî ku şandina bi vî rengî ji ber êrişa Rûsyayê li ser wî welatî rawestiyan. Ew ne tenê ji bo Ukraynê, lê ji bo gelek welatên din serkeftinek mezin e.

Squiz Today
Monday, 25 July - Keeping Foot and Mouth disease out of Australia; Pollies head back to Canberra; Russia and Ukraine's deal on grain exports; and Merry Christmas in July...

Squiz Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 10:16


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SBS World News Radio
Deal signed to allow Ukrainian grain exports by sea

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 6:15


A deal has finally been reached that will allow grain to be exported again from Ukrainian ports, after such exports stopped because of Russia's invasion of the country.

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 8a - The Bay Area Exodus and HOTN [LE]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 37:16


Bill Handel talks about the looming energy war in Europe as they brace for Russian President Vladimir Putin to reduce natural gas exports. There's a mass exodus happening in the Bay Area, and many are headed to Mexico. Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News.

Headline News
Russia wants effective implementation of grain exports deal: Lavrov

Headline News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 4:45


Russia has called for efforts to implement the agreements on transporting Ukrainian grain from the Black Sea ports and on promoting Russian exports of food and fertilizers.

Strait Talk
Türkiye, UN, Ukraine, Russia Sign Landmark Deal to Resume Grain Exports in Black Sea

Strait Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 13:07


After months of negotiations, a deal between Türkiye, Ukraine and Russia that allows Ukraine to resume its grain exports has been reached. Hopes are high that this deal will finally lay to rest months of uncertainty about the world's food supply due to Russia's ongoing attack on Ukraine. The grain will be allowed to reach world markets through the Black Sea and the Turkish Straits. We take a look at what impact will this deal have on global food supplies and will the parties stick to the agreement. Guests: Izzet Selim Yenel Former Turkish Ambassador Spasimir Domaradzki Assistant Professor at the University of Warsaw

ASME TechCast
The Strategic Importance of U.S. Gas Exports

ASME TechCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 25:29


In the aftermath of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, European nations declared their intention to find alternatives to Russian natural gas. One nation that could become a strategically important supplier of gas to Europe is the United States, which has more gas than it can use thanks to the exploitation of its shale gas reserves. Energy economist Morgan Bazilian, director of the Payne Institute for Public Policy and professor of public policy at the Colorado School of Mines explains the implications and limitations of U.S. gas exports.

First Move with Julia Chatterley
Deal reached to resume Ukrainian grain exports

First Move with Julia Chatterley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 45:49


A deal to allow the safe transport of Ukrainian grain from the country's blocked ports will be signed today after talks between Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN -- a major diplomatic breakthrough that should help ease a global food crisis. But ... it's complicated. CNN's international correspondent Jomana Karadsheh begins our coverage with a live report from Istanbul.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

AP Audio Stories
Deal for Ukraine grain exports due to be sealed in Istanbul

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 0:39


AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Turkey-Ukraine-Grain.

Africa Today
Ukraine and Russia agree deal to resume grain exports

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 28:27


Ukraine and Russia have agreed a deal to resume grain exports through Ukraine's Black Sea ports. What will this mean for Africa? We hear from the head of policy at the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (Cafod). Health workers in South Sudan have carried out the world's first mass vaccination drive to curb an outbreak of hepatitis E. And the Resident Presidents mull over the recent developments in Sri Lanka and the ousting of President Rajapaksa.

Newshour
Russia and Ukraine sign agreement to resume grain exports

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 49:32


Russia and Ukraine to sign agreement to resume vital exports of Ukrainian grain, the deal brokered by Turkey is due to be signed in Istanbul, US congressional committee's been told that Donald Trump ignored please to stop last year's assault on the Capitol and the shocking testimony from soldiers in Myanmar of crimes they were ordered to carry out. (Photo: Grain harvest in Zaporizhzhia; Credit: Getty Images)

Total Information AM
An agreement has been reached to allow Ukrainian grain exports

Total Information AM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 6:35


CBS Face the Nation's Margaret Brennan joins KMOX's Megan Lynch to discuss the January 6 hearings, President Biden's recent Covid-19 diagnosis, and an agreement to allow Ukraine to export grains. 

The World Tonight
Ukraine to resume exports of grain through the Black Sea

The World Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 37:54


In-depth reporting, intelligent analysis and breaking news from a global perspective

The Money Show
SA's Central Bank fights against inflation by increasing interest rates by 75 basis points —the highest increase since 2002

The Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 78:08


Exports analyse whether the latest increase on the repo rate will be enough to reign on inflation — and how it will impact consumers. Busisiwe Mavuso, CEO at Business Leadership South Africa discusses how the cost of running a business will increases after the latest interest rate hike. Then, Warren Ingram personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital explains how you can invest your money wisely if you cannot predict the future.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coffee 101
Coffee Exporting Basics

Coffee 101

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 32:17


In this episode, Kenneth sits down with Gino Roverssi who oversees Operations at Dinamica Coffee Exporters which is based in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Kenneth and Gino discuss how coffee is prepared, packaged, sold, and exported. KEY TAKEAWAYS A typical coffee sack weighs about 154LBs (69 kgs). A standard shipping container can hold around 275 69 kg bags of coffee. GrainPro Bags are a highly effective way to protect coffee during transport and storage. Some countries do not use GrainPro Bags. Others only use them at certain times of the year. Coffee bag numbers tell you which country it comes from, the company that exported it, and the sale lot number. Once the beans have been dry milled, they are sometime further separated by density and color. BEST MOMENTS ‘A jute bag is kind of like a burlap sack. ´ ‘The role of the exporter is to protect the quality of the coffee.' ‘You have to take care of that coffee like it is a baby.' EPISODE RESOURCES Website: http://www.dinamica.coffee/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dinamica_coffee/?hl=es-la Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dinamica.coffee/ LinkedIn: Dinamica // Green Coffee Exporters | LinkedIn VALUABLE RESOURCES Award-winning single-origin specialty coffee:https://umblecoffee.com/ You're disciplined and high achieving. You never settle. Shouldn't the fuel that helps you reach your goals be held to those same standards? Instead of a crash-inducing cup of jo, you need coffee with optimal antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. A coffee so good that you can drink it black. At Umble Coffee, we only roast specialty-grade arabica coffee from around the world with cupping scores 84 and above. Don't sabotage yourself in pursuing your goals - drink coffee that tastes better and is better for you. No crash, great taste, and better long-term health benefits. That's Umble Coffee.  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/umblecoffee/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/umblecoffee/ Twitter:  https://mobile.twitter.com/umblecoffee ABOUT THE HOST As a coffee lover, physician, chemical engineer, serial entrepreneur, competitive runner, writer, and family man, Kenneth knows what it's like to push yourself to achieve goals very few accomplish. He's one of the best specialty coffee roasters in the United States as he's a multi-year US Coffee Roasters' Competition Finalist. He created Umble Coffee Co with the belief that, if sourced and roasted right, coffee can taste phenomenal and be good for you. “Life's too short to drink bad coffee.” Podcast Description Coffee 101 is an educational show on all things coffee. The host, Kenneth Thomas, starts with the most basic questions about coffee and builds your knowledge from there. If you love coffee, are curious about coffee, or you're a business just looking for a resource to train your team, Coffee 101 is without question the show for you! Season 1 is all about coffee's journey from seed to shelf. BUY COFFEE!: https://umblecoffee.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Heresy Financial Podcast
India No Longer Requires Dollars for Imports/Exports

The Heresy Financial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 10:20


Another day, another domino pushed over, pushing the world that much closer to global de-dollarization. Let's take a look at India right now, they're Rupee is in trouble! The central bank is trying do things to stimulate its demand, and one of the ways they're doing this right now is by putting in place a mechanism so that international trades, settlement of exports and imports can be settled in the Indian Rupee instead of US Dollars.

Zedcast - The Tyler Zed Podcast
ZED SOLO #88: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigns, Biden EXPORTS 5 million barrels of oil, Russian hockey players arrested & much more

Zedcast - The Tyler Zed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 35:23


Zed talks about today's biggest headlines, trending topics and things you may have missed in politics, sports, entertainment and more. For more head to zedmedia.substack.comGet Upside app (the insane gas saving app) referral code: 63T9HThe Greg Krino ShowVeteran, pilot, and attorney - Greg Krino - takes you on a deep-dive with experts to...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify