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In this episode of “The Business of Blueberries,” host Kasey Cronquist, president of the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council (USHBC) and the North American Blueberry Council (NABC), is joined by David Magaña, VP and senior analyst at RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness. Magaña is responsible for covering and analyzing the U.S. and North American fresh fruit and vegetable industries for RaboBank, and his insights are deeply relevant to anyone in the ag industry. At the recent Blueberry Convention in San Diego, he talked about macro trends impacting the blueberry industry.“The inflation that we've been facing lately is the result of the collision of two massive forces. On the one side, we see an increase in demand for food and for different types of food. … And on the other hand, we see on the supply side some of the challenges that have been for years, such as labor constraints, and some new ones that have come to become a true challenge over the past few years, such as logistical challenges.” - David Magaña Topics covered include: An introduction to Magaña and his work for RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness.An exploration of macro economic trends, universal inflation and global influences on the blueberry industry. Future projections and expectations for the blueberry industry. Crop ReportThe Blueberry Crop Report is an update on crop conditions and markets throughout important blueberry growing areas. Today you'll hear from Luis Vegas in Peru, Andres Armstrong in Chile, and Mario Ramirez in Mexico. This was recorded on March 15, 2023.
Liquid Assets: A Beverage Industry Podcast
Against all odds, most big brewers were able to grow their business and expand margins in 2022. Can they do it again in 2023, or will lagging cost pressures and backlash from recent price increases come back to bite them? The authors of Rabobank's latest Beer Quarterly report share how brewers are working to control costs, boost revenues, and present their outlook on big-brewer balance sheets for the year ahead. Click here to read Rabobank's latest Beer Quarterly report: “Have Cost Increases Finally Stopped?”
On this week's MyAgLife in Almonds episode, Vicky Boyd reports on Rabobank's perspective for challenges during the 2022 tree nut season and the market outlook heading into the 2023 season. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to this month's exclusive sponsor who makes it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their website. AgroPlantae Inc. - https://www.agroplantae.com/
Rabobank is a large food and agricultural lender based in the Netherlands that’s making a move in to the primary Canadian agriculture market. While not new to Canada — the company is celebrating its 25th year in the country in 2023 — the organization has only been lending to the agri-business and agri-processor market. Now,... Read More
Wednesday's AOA began with Darin Newsom, Senior Market Analyst at Barchart, who shared his insights on yesterday's corn market move and the flush of longs in the natural gas market. In segment 2, Lucas Fuess, Rabobank's Senior Dairy Analyst reviewed the fundamentals of the dairy industry, both domestically and internationally. Infrastructure was the topic in segment 3, with Dr. Martin Doyle, Director of the Water Policy Project at Duke University outlining the risks to dams across the country. And AOA closed with Kurt Kovarik, VP of Federal Affiars for Clean Fuels Alliance America, who had testified yesterday in front of the EPA about their volume requirements for biodiesel, and he explained CFAA's frustration.
In this episode you'll learn how a host of passionate and well informed experts battle Will's suspicion of Wine to convince him that there's innovation, excitement and, ultimately, hope for the category.Will is a self confessed "wine sceptic", frustrated by his perception of the industry's slavish devotion to tradition and glacial pace of innovation. However, it's a new year so Will has resolved to educate himself in the company of some of the best Wine experts on the planet."Irish Wine writer of the Year™" Susan Boyle returns to BizBevPod to co-host in the enforced absence of Foxy and she brings her charm and deep category knowledge to bear on proceeding. Dividing her time between Dublin and Paris where her work includes writing, broadcasting and sampling (!) wines.Our main interviewee, Steve Rannekleiv, is the Executive Director of Food & Agri-business Research at Rabobank, host of the Liquid Assets Podcast and general wine industry sage. Steve advises many of the biggest producers, exporters, importers and distributors of wine on the overall state of the category, the key trends and economic watch outs from across the globe. Who better to cast a dispassionate eye on the opportunities and challenges for the category?On our Desert Island Drink slot we welcome the bubbly Elly Owen a Sommelier and Wine educator based in beautiful Cornwall. Elly wants to bring simple and carefree wines to people everywhere but will she stick to those principles if she can only choose one drink for the island?Foxy will return, that's a threat, not a promise
Jamie Mackay talks to David Seymour, Miles Hurrell, Winston Peters, Jim Hopkins, Damien O'Connor, and Graeme Williams.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The chief executive of Rabobank talks about shearing, farming and how you can donate $1000 of Rabobank cash to your charity of choice.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Foco no Agronegócio - Pesquisa Setorial
A equipe de pesquisa setorial do Rabobank Brasil lançou em Novembro deste ano seu relatório anual de Perspectivas, uma análise das expectativas para o ano que vem das principais commodities do agronegócio brasileiro. Nesse episódio, Wagner Yanaguizawa, analista de pesquisa e analise setorial de proteína animal do Rabobank conversa com Bruno Foncesa, sobre as tendências do setor para 2023.
Het bankenlandschap in Nederland wordt met de grond gelijk gemaakt door alle beschuldigingen van witwassen aan het adres van voormalige CEO's. Dat zegt macro-econoom Arnoud Boot in reactie op het nieuws dat de voormalige topman van ABN Amro Kees van Dijkhuizen door het Openbaar Ministerie als verdachte wordt gezien in het onderzoek naar overtredingen van de antiwitwaswet bij de bank. Volgens Boot is Van Dijkhuizen geen verdachte maar juist slachtoffer van de geldende regels. Net zoals Gerrit Zalm, Joop Wijn en Chris Vogelzang ook geen verdachten zijn van witwassen. 'En dan heb je het nog niet gehad over de bestuurders van ING en van de Rabobank. Natuurlijk klopt dat niet, ze hebben geen dubbeltje witgewassen.' 'De vraag is of banken hun systemen op orde hebben en of ze volgens de wet functioneren. Als dat niet gebeurt, dan moet een bank tot de orde worden geroepen. En dat is wat anders dan iemand bestempelen als witwasverdachte, zoals in de media wordt gedaan', zegt Boot. 'Een bank tot de orde roepen is wat anders dan zeggen dat de betreffende bestuurder een integriteitsprobleem heeft of een witwasverdachte is. Dan zijn totaal verschillende dingen.' Lees ook | Ex-topman ABN AMRO verdachte in strafzaak witwassen Doodstil Volgens Boot is de controle op witwassen bij banken wel legitiem, 'absoluut, ga er achter aan en zet er druk op!' Alleen gaat de discussie nu over het verkeerde onderwerp. 'Want als je nu aan ABN Amro vraagt wat over een paar jaar het verdienmodel van de bank is, blijft het doodstil. Daar moeten de zorgen over gaan.' De rol van de banken verandert volgens Boot in hoog tempo, mede als gevolg van de komst van bedrijven als Adyen. 'Dat die rol verandert is niet erg. Maar wat wel erg is: als we banken vastnagelen zodat ze niet hun eigen toekomst kunnen kiezen en daar ook niet kunnen komen. Dan zijn we met een poortwachter bezig die onbelangrijk is geworden en buitenspel wordt gezet.' Boot hamert dan ook op evenwicht. 'Iedereen moet scherp en kritisch zijn, maar we gaan niet mensen als witwasser aan de hoogste boom hangen op het moment dat er iets verkeerd gaat.' Lees ook | 'Aanpak van witwassen is publieke verantwoordelijkheid' Kabinet De macro-econoom is later vandaag aanwezig bij een gesprek op het Catshuis met onder meer premier Rutte en enkele ministers om van gedachten te wisselen over het toekomstig economisch beleid van Nederland. 'Het kabinet heeft een open agenda, maar deze discussie is binnenskamers. Het is goed dat dit soort gesprekken worden georganiseerd', denkt Boot. 'Eraan meedoen is vorm van maatschappelijke verantwoordelijkheid nemen.' Lees ook | 'Stijging Japanse rente kan voor aardverschuiving zorgen'See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Foco no Agronegócio - Pesquisa Setorial
A equipe de pesquisa setorial do Rabobank Brasil lançou em Novembro deste ano seu relatório anual de Perspectivas, uma análise das expectativas para o ano que vem para todas as commodities principais do agronegócio brasileiro. Em este episódio, Andrés Padilla, analista de pesquisa e análise setorial do Rabobank conversa com Bruno Fonseca, analista de pesquisa e análise setorial de insumos sobre as tendencias para próximo ano.
Good spring rain means confidence in SA farmers is the highest in the country according to Rabobank's Rural Confidence Survey, the competition watchdog, the ACCC, has released a report on the nation's container ports and found that stevedores have been making "excessive profits" during the pandemic and as the River Murray swells dairy farmers in the Murraylands are in a race against time to build private levees to protect their infrastructure.
Jamie Mackay talks to Christopher Luxon, Lara Yocarini, Tom Sturgess, Don Carson, and Damien O'Connor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Farmer confidence is at its lowest on record, according to Rabobank's Rural Confidence Survey. The final survey results for 2022 showcase farmer confidence is at a twenty year low, despite the sector having pulled through a fair amount of recent challenges. Farmer confidence is now at -71 per cent, from -31 per cent previously. This lack of confidence in the industry is linked to concerns surrounding Government policies, with the proposed framework for pricing agricultural emissions causing worry amongst 68 percent of farmers. Rising interest rates and falling commodity prices are also points of concern. The Country's Jamie Mackay says that this is a strong indictment of how farmers view the Government and how they've been handling the rural sector. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Foco no Agronegócio - Pesquisa Setorial
A equipe de pesquisa setorial do Rabobank Brasil lançou em Novembro deste ano seu relatório anual de Perspectivas, uma análise das expectativas para o ano que vem para todas as commodities principais do agronegócio brasileiro. Em este episódio, Andrés Padilla, analista de pesquisa e análise setorial de bebidas do Rabobank conversa com Bruno Fonseca, sobre as tendencias para próximo ano.
Rabobank's senior dairy and proteins analyst reviews the bank's latest Rural Confidence Survey which sees farmer confidence at an all-time low, the lowest in the 20-year history of the survey.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this month's EM Lens & Look-Through podcast, BI Chief EM Fixed Income Strategist Damian Sassower is joined by Christian Lawrence, Head of Cross-Asset Strategy at Rabobank. Lawrence reflects on valuations amid the ongoing position squeeze, and shares his year-ahead outlook for emerging market rates and FX. Latin America stands out as the region is rife with risk premia that is tightly correlated to thematic macroeconomic variables.
Today, I am speaking with Mila Luleva from Rabobank, a multinational banking and financial services company, where Mila heads the remote sensing team.You might wonder what a bank is doing with Earth observation data and how they are going about integrating this technology into their processes. That's exactly why I wanted to have Mila on the podcast.In this episode, we talk about Rabobank and their business, how they use remote sensing, how they make decisions of developing EO solutions in-house vs outsourcing the development, the state of EO and how they benchmark different EO providers, how we can improve the adoption of EO and more.It was a great discussion and very different from the typical conversations you might have heard here on this podcast - mostly from the EO industry. It was insightful to get the views from the user side and hopefully, you enjoy this as much as I did.And now, I bring you Mila Luleva.Rabobank's Website: https://www.rabobank.comRabobank ACORN: https://acorn.rabobank.com/en/They are hiring: https://rabobank.jobs/en/Mila's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mluleva/---[ 01:18 ] Mila's background and overview of Rabobank[ 04:02 ] What does Rabobank has to do with Earth observation?[ 09:21 ] An example use case and the EO adoption process[ 14:35 ] In-house development vs outsourcing EO solution development [ 24:17 ] Focusing on data quality and processes - idealistic or necessary?[ 26:21 ] Roadmap for use of EO within Rabobank[ 28:32 ] Thoughts on the state of EO - focusing on satellite companies[ 31:53 ] Growth in downstream EO product companies and how Rabobank engages with them[ 34:50 ] Benchmarking the different service providers[ 39:36 ] How to make a case for the adoption of EO [ 43:01 ] Wrap-up questions---
Rabobank's Global Head of Rural talks about her observations from her recent trip to New Zealand, where we caught up at the Rabobank client function at Fieldays. Plus, she comments on the likelihood of a world recession in 2023 and on the challenges facing food producers in other regions around the world, particularly in her home country of the Netherlands. Football, ice-skating and Amsterdam cookies also make a cameo appearance.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness Australia/NZ
Join Angus Gidley-Baird, Senior Animal Protein Analyst for Australia, and Genevieve Steven, Agriculture Analyst for New Zealand, to discuss the five core messages of Rabobank's Global Animal Protein Outlook 2023 with Global Strategist for Animal Protein Justin Sherrard.
Get the latest news of agriculture with American Ag Today! On this episode, we discuss a new Global Protein Outlook report from Rabobank with Lance Zimmerman who is Senior Protein Analyst with Rabobank.
The cabinet makes a sorry spectacle of itself this week as its attempts to apologise for slavery come apart at the seams. Rabobank, a co-operative bank set up to lend to farmers, is suspected of getting its hands dirty with money laundering, financing terrorism and rigging bond deals. As the economy cools, Dutch households turn down the thermostat and tighten their belts in anticipation of a 4% drop in spending power. And we reveal the nation's Top 10 Dutch internet searches, a list dominated by war, murder, sex offenders and the British royal family.
Jamie Mackay talks to David Seymour, Farmer Tom Martin, Cameron Bagrie, John Wright, Blake Holgate, and Derek Daniell.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Nederland worden gokreclames steeds verder aan banden gelegd. Per 1 januari mag met name online gokken weer een stukje minder gepromoot worden. Oud-Holland Casino topman Erwin van Lambaart heeft inmiddels te maken met de Oostenrijkse kansspelmarkt. Topman Erwin van Lambaart van Casinos Austria is te gast in BNR Zakendoen. Macro met Mujagić Elke dag een intrigerende gedachtewisseling over de stand van de macro-economie. Op maandag en vrijdag gaat presentator Thomas van Zijl in gesprek met econoom Arnoud Boot, de rest van de week praat Van Zijl met econoom Edin Mujagić. Boardroompanel De Europese Commissie doet onderzoek naar kartelvorming tussen de Rabobank en Deutsche Bank. En: hoe succesvol zijn de zogenoemde boomerang ceo's? Dat en meer bespreken we om 13.00 in het Boardroompanel met: - Steven Schuit, hoogleraar corporate governance bij Nyenrode - Rob Oudman, hoofd benelux van Houlihan Lokey Luister | Boardroompanel Inzichtgesprek De Belgische familie-investeerder 3d Investors heeft een meerderheidsbelang genomen in de Zuid-Hollandse buitenlichtfabrikant In-Lite. Het bedrijf dat in 1999 werd opgericht wil met de nieuwe investeerder een versnelling van de groei in Europa, Canada en de Verenigde Staten realiseren. Te gast is Jürgen van Dijk, oprichter en topman van buitenlichtfabrikant In-Lite. Zakenpartner Ze studeerde econometrie in Rotterdam en kwam met haar masterscriptie bij verzekeraar Nationale Nederlanden terecht, waar ze na haar studie is gebleven als trainee. Eerst gaf ze leiding aan een groot veranderingstraject binnen Nationale Nederlanden, waarna ze doorgroeide als manager. En dat allemaal nog vóór haar 30e, wat haar de Young Talent Award 2022 opleverde. De zakenpartner deze week is Morven van Sliedregt, Manager Accounting Software bij Nationale Nederlanden. Jurist Zakendoen kan vaak niet zonder enige juridische kennis. Daarom behandel ik in deze rubriek elke week een actueel dossier met een jurist uit het werkveld. Deze week bespreek ik de Europese Corporate Sustainability Reporting richtlijn, ook wel CSR-richtlijn, die bedrijven verplicht om in de toekomst hun duurzaamheidsimpact te rapporteren. Bij ons te gast is Heleen Vrolijk, kandidaat-notaris en legal director bij advocatenkantoor Baker McKenzie. Contact & Abonneren BNR Zakendoen zendt elke werkdag live uit van 12:00 tot 14:30 uur. Je kunt de redactie bereiken via e-mail en Twitter. Abonneren op de podcast van BNR Zakendoen kan via bnr.nl/zakendoen, of via Apple Podcast en Spotify.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In deze aflevering hoor je alles over Rabobank die door het Openbaar Ministerie wordt verdacht van tekortschieten bij het tegengaan van witwassen en terrorismefinanciering. Dus start justitie een onderzoek naar de bank. Verder bespreken we dat het Bureau Krediet Registratie de werkzaamheden wil uitbreiden. Maar er wordt flinke kritiek geuit op de plannen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Luis Garicano nos habla en 'El Especialista' de Julia en la onda sobre la acusación de Bruselas sobre Deutsche Bank y Rabobank. También da su visión sobre el precio de los alimentos.
We saw a decent rally in grains on Wednesday with wheat, soybeans and soybean meal the upside leaders. Corn continues to be stuck in a range though and livestock were just mixed. We look big picture and dive into fundamentals with Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics. Learn more at https://www.globalcommresearch.com. Also, in Segment One we discuss the new Rabobank Global Protein Outlook for 2023 and more with Lance Zimmerman, Senior Analyst – Animal Protein, with Rabobank. View the report here: https://research.rabobank.com/far/en/sectors/animal-protein/ap-outlook-2023.html Today's show brought to you in part by Growmark/FS; learn more at https://www.growmark.com.
Rabobank's head of sustainable business development previews his new series of podcasts around sustainability, the first featuring global Rabobank superstar Lara Yocarini, who vowed the Rabobank client function at Fieldays.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness Australia/NZ
Join Vitor Pistoia, Rabobank's Sydney-based Farm Inputs Analyst, and Dennis Voznesenski, Grains & Oilseeds Analyst, as they discuss the outlook for fertilizer, agrochemical, and grain prices moving into next year. Rabobank clients interested in learning more can log into our website to read the recently published Fertilizer Outlook: Is History Repeating Itself?
The head of the Riverland's wine industry has met with the state government's primary industry's minister to request crisis assistance for growers, Australian farmers can expect some relief in potash and phosphate prices over the next six months, but nitrogen fertiliser prices are set to rise according to Rabobank and all six gates at the main weir in Menindee in far west NSW have been fully opened in anticipation for more flooding but it's good news for fish
Join Carlos Mera and Michael Magdovitz for a look at the year ahead in ACMR's latest podcast. 2022 held unprecedented volatility for agricultural commodity markets, from the Russian invasion of Ukraine to La Niña drought across South America. Consumers suffered through a third year of an agricultural bull market. It could very well be the last. Rabobank expects broad-based price relief in 2023 as weak consumer demand and more normal weather combine to revive supplies.
Jamie Mackay talks to Steve Maharey, Steven Joyce, Damien O'Connor, Winston Peters, Matt Chisholm and Sam Whitelock.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
Everyone's keeping an eye on interest rates - including farmers. Charitee Seebecker talks with Steve Nicholson with Rabobank. Input costs in 2023 are still expected to be high, but Nicholson says most farms are still in a decent financial position. Consumers have probably been witnessing higher prices at the grocery store. Maybe it was the Thanksgiving turkey or availability of fresh produce. Now, egg prices are catching attention. Carrie Mess visits with UW-Extension Poultry Specialist, Dr. Ron Keane, about why this is happening and how long consumers can expect the trend to stay in place. Andy Faulman, broker analyst with EverAg joins Pam Jahnke, talking about seasonal holiday buying patterns influencing cheese and butter, and what 2023 holds in store.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:37) Handelsoorlog dreigt tussen EU en VS Amerika trekt een slordige honderden miljarden dollars uit voor subsidies van het Amerikaanse bedrijfsleven. En dat is tegen het zere been van de EU, die bang is voor een leegloop van de eigen Europese industrie. Vandaag bezoekt de Franse president Emmanuel Macron de Amerikaanse president Joe Biden. Eerder zei Macron nog: “De Amerikaanse beslissing is agressief en kan het Westen verdelen”. Wat kunnen we de komende tijd van de Amerikanen verwachten? En hoe moet Europa daar dan weer mee omgaan? Dat vragen we Amerika-kenner Paul Verhagen en Maartje Wijffelaars senior-econoom bij de Rabobank. (14:39) Russische protestkunst in Amsterdam Poetin's oorlog eist ook Russische slachtoffers. Dat geldt in het bijzonder voor kunstenaars. Natalie Pershina-Yakimanskaya. beter bekend als Gluklya, verliet Rusland tien jaar gelden om politieke redenen. Nu exposeert ze in Amsterdam met de tentoonstelling "To those who have no time to play". Collega Edwin Koopman ging kijken. (21:43) Uitgelicht: China Na de dood van oud-leider Jiang Zemin werden, uit eerbetoon, op Chinese sociale media memes van padden en kikkers gedeeld. Maar inmiddels worden ook die uitingen gecensureerd. Met Manya Koetse.
We hebben het over het Amerikaanse pakket aan subsidies en belastingmaatregelen dat per 1 januari van kracht wordt. De Franse president Macron is nu in Amerika om de zorgen van Europa even goed duidelijk te maken. Daarom ons Breekijzer: Bidens klimaatsubsidies dwingen Europa tot zo'n zelfde steunpakket. In ons panel: - Joram van Velzen, voorzitter van de Landelijke Studenten Vakbond; - Anouk Dijkstra, voorzitter van Jong Management en eigenaar van familiebedrijf Prevesco. Ook te gast: - Philip Marey, macro-econoom Amerika van Rabobank.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rabobank's chief executive pays The Country a visit, to talk about a new agri board game called Grow, which will feature as part of New Zealand's NCEA school curriculum.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jamie Mackay talks to Damien O'Connor, Todd Charteris, Jane Smith, Winston Peters, Nadia Lim, and Carlos Bagrie.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wheat grower woes continue with Rabobank's Dennis Voznesenski explaining prices could slip further for Australian Prime Hard wheat off a seasonal high of around $500 per tonne because of weather affecting grain quality and delivery.
The chief executive of Rabobank summarises the bank's submission on pricing agricultural emissions and says the latest government proposals would unduly penalise farmers and the communities in which they live and work.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jamie Mackay talks to Steve Schmack, Emma Higgins, Dr Rowarth, Christopher Luxon, Tim Myers, and Smiley Barrett.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rabobank's senior dairy analyst was “pleasantly surprised” by last night's GDT auction (up 2.4 per cent, WMP and SMP + 3.1 per cent) and confirms the bank is still holding firm on its $9 milk price forecast for the 2022/23 season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Every joins me in this episode. He's the global strategist for Rabobank.Today I've learnt A LOT from this discussion, including why Central Banks worldwide have taken a keen interest in the environment, and Central Bank Digital Currencies recently.Programmable currency can ensure capital and resource is directed towards green infrastructure projects. Assuming the currency is linked to a common objective of a large trading block (say Europe, North America, Australia and NZ?), you now have an idea of what could make a new base for a common currency.A CBDC backed by carbon? It's hard to say if that plays out, but either way it means the shift towards this transformation could come at the cost of producing goods and services for consumption. If the supply side falls, higher interest rates have to beat down consumer demand even further.In other words, under this hypothetical scenario – things get really expensive for you and me, and our standard of living for the first time in a long time, may broadly decline.Still, we'll likely do it for a good cause...CBDC's. Previously known as a solution looking for a problem, now appear to have a purpose in the green transition. A common digital currency, working towards a common objective of controlling our environment: We've arrived in Oceania about 40 years late._________________News of the Money-World LIVE is happening on the 24th of November. Rupert and I, along with a few other guests you may know, would really love to meet you and to share our candid thoughts around what's been, and what's to come. If you've been listening in I'd really love to see you there – we owe you a thanks at the very least, or a your welcome at the very most – Pizza, drinks, prizes and 4 amazing speakers – It's like Woodstock, but with a rate of return.Special thanks to our event partners who have contributed in some way to make this happen: Easy Crypto, MyGold, Mortgage HQ, koura wealth, and the Everyday Investor.The venues amazing, but as a result, tickets are pretty limited - Tickets are only $15 each – all going to charity. Get in quick, BUY TICKETS NOW!__________________Hey! Can we have a little chat?If you're picking up what I'm putting down, help me build the Everyday Investor community!Spread the word: Write a review anywhere you can, share posts on social media, vote for Pedro! Follow me on YouTube, and if you can, subscribe on Spotify also. Use the following referral/affiliate links. In some cases with these codes, I may receive a financial benefit - in other cases I've waived any benefit so you can get a better deal.Hatch: $10 for you, and $10 for me, if you sign up and deposit $100NZD.Sharesies: $10 for you, and $10 for me, if you sign up for the first time.Easy Crypto: One of NZ's most trusted places to buy/sell your digital assets.
RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness Australia/NZ
The demand for canola looks bright but not straightforward. Global Grain & Oilseed Strategist for Rabobank in St. Louis, US, Steve Nicholson, joins Dennis Voznesenski, Agricultural Analyst in Rabobank's Sydney office, to discuss the biofuel outlook and whether there have been any significant changes since the beginning of this year.
Liquid Assets: A Beverage Industry Podcast
An energy crisis caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine is devastating the European economy. There is a global shortage of diesel, the go-to fuel source for the trains, trucks, and ships that support economic activity around the world. And greenhouse gas emissions are rising as households, governments, and businesses scramble for affordable, yet dirtier, sources of energy. Rabobank's energy strategist Joe DeLaura and head of FX strategy Jane Foley join us to explain how we arrived at this crisis and why it might take a decade to address the underlying causes.
On this week's podcast: Michael Every is a Global Strategist at Rabobank. He analyses major developments, contributes to the bank's publications and is very active in the media. We hit on the future of money, the meta crisis we're living with, and all that it means. Michael is not a conformist economist and his take on crypto, geopolitics, and missing leadership is compulsive listening. Tony Grey is an author and businessman who was born into Shakespeare. His email to me began “I am shocked. Once again the woke cabal has rung the bell of ignorance”. Find out which world leaders relate to which of Shakespeare's characters. Just one example of the bard's counted relevance. And, of course, The Mailroom. File your comments and complaints at Leighton@newstalkzb.co.nz Haven't listened to a podcast before? Check out our simple how-to guide. Listen here on iHeartRadio Leighton Smith's podcast also available on iTunes:To subscribe via iTunes click here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Despite a troublesome past couple of years for the cattle industry across the nation, one economist says producers can expect better days ahead.
Reduced fertilizer consumption in 2022 raises the risk of significantly lower crop yields in the next harvest. That means lower food production and ultimately more people at risk of hunger and starvation.In this second part of our Securing food and nutrition in 2022 podcast, Ben Valk - Global Head of Food and Agri Partnerships for Rabobank - speaks with IFA CEO/Director General Alzbeta Klein about emergency measures to ensure resilience - including short-term finance for farmers and hotspot country interventions such as the Sustain Africa Initiative.In part one of the podcast, featuring Dr. David Nabarro - the World Health Organization's Special Envoy on Covid-19 – Klein and Nabarro discussed the evolving nature of the food crisis and what is being done to bridge farmers' access to fertilizers, seeds and nutrient use efficiency advice.
Sterling falls to historic low as markets react to the UK's biggest tax cuts in 50 years. The level of public borrowing to fund the government's plans concerns investors. We talk to Jane Foley, currency strategist at Rabobank. Giorgia Meloni is set to become Italy's new Prime Minister after her right-wing coalition triumphed in this weekend's elections. What will be the focus of her economic policy? We ask Michele Geraci, former undersecretary of state at the Italian Ministry of Economic Development. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is predicting a 2.8-trillion-dollar hit to the global economy next year as the war in Ukraine continues, and the resulting inflation crisis takes its toll on demand. We hear more from Alvaro Pereira, the OECD's acting chief economist. The video-sharing app TikTok could face a fine as high as 29 million US dollars after authorities in the UK found that the company may have failed to protect the privacy of users. The BBC's tech reporter Shiona McCallum tells us the details. The re-release of Avatar has brought in $30 million across global box offices this weekend. Rob Arthur, the director at the cinema and entertainment advisory service Paguro Ideas explains why the movie is so popular.
Many legal counsels find their early spark while mastering the art of the corporate deal. Those formative years can be critical in learning to acknowledge priorities and narrow the scope of your clients' needs. Philip Kirkpatrick, Regional General Counsel - North America at Rabobank, tells us how his early days as a deal fanatic translated into his stance on authentic leadership as a GC. Join us as we discuss: Importance of transparency in your legal team (12:10) Foreseen challenges in the legal field (22:41) COVID's impact on team engagement (26:19) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: Philip Kirkpatrick Rabobank You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Innovative Legal Leadership on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Innovative Legal Leadership in your favorite podcast player.
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The 100+ Accelerator is a partnership between AB InBev, The Coca-Cola Company, Unilever, and Colgate-Palmolive that allows sustainability-focused startups to pilot their innovations within the supply chains of these four multinational CPG companies. In an unmissable conversation, Molun Zhang of The Coca-Cola Company and Carolina García Arbeláez of AB InBev discuss their companies' biggest sustainability challenges and how this new collaborative approach, the 100+ Accelerator, is helping to solve them. Rabobank clients can sign up for our research via this link: Research.Rabobank.com