Weather is one of the most significant factors affecting Agriculture production around the globe. Weather extremes can have a severe impact on crop yields, and in turn the supply, demand, and pricing for these essential commodities. Having access to reliable weather forecasting and observed conditions data is key to managing the supply chain and reigning in volatility in this important market.
20 Nov 2013Thomson Reuters
Watch this video to learn more about the unique tools Thomson Reuters Eikon offers designed to help traders make more informed decisions based on weather-related data in the Agriculture markets:
Changing agriculture markets create new opportunities. Are you going to see and seize them first?
23 Apr 2013Thomson Reuters
With Thomson Reuters Eikon, you will see further, know earlier and act quicker. From news to analysis, from fundamentals to forecasts, it brings together all the relevant information you need in a single intuitive desktop so you can grasp exactly where the market is and where it is likely to go — and then act with confidence.
Learn how our GRM (Government Revenue Management) Registry product from Tax & Accounting was used in a pilot program to help improve the lives of farming families in China by mapping land boundaries and ensuring farmers’ rights.
You wouldn’t normally associate cutting-edge satellite technology with a small rural village in eastern China, however, that technology is being used to map farmland in an attempt to modernize China’s agricultural sector. (more…)
Myanmar is heavily reliant upon agriculture, where the sector accounts for 43% of its economy and 70% of its workforce. Today’s graphic shows where Myanmar stands versus other Southeast Asian economies.
By 2025, two-thirds of people worldwide may face water shortages as businesses, agriculture and growing populations compete for an ever more precious commodity. How will the battle for water reshape our world?
Join us on the frontlines of water conflict as well as innovation and cooperation. From volatile Kashmir to the Mekong basin and the scorched plains of Kenya, we see how countries and communities are facing up to the big story of the 21st century.
At Thomson Reuters we’re dedicated to serving the world’s builders — our customers — by building the tools they rely on to lay the foundation for innovation, scientific discovery, efficient and transparent markets, and effective navigation of legal, regulatory and tax environments. Our 2011 Annual Report highlights the work of five builders. Here is one of those stories:
AGCO is a global agricultural equipment manufacturer with a strong presence in Brazil, one of the world’s largest economies. Marco Brito leads AGCO South America’s tax planning and accounting departments. In his role, Brito helps AGCO navigate the complex tax landscape of Brazil—where tax law varies from region to region. Mastersaf tax and accounting intelligence and tools from Thomson Reuters help Brito analyze the operations of the business and optimize its structure to position it for the greatest tax advantage. Within the rapidly developing and professionalizing economy of Brazil, this knowledge is helping AGCO create paths to opportunity.
To learn more about how we help AGCO navigate Brazil’s complex tax landscape, read the full story and watch the video below:
Last week was a rough week for precious metals, especially silver, which experienced it’s biggest loss since 1980. But it’s a new week and gold has jumped up above $1,500 and silver rallied more than 6%. To get a bigger picture of the commodities market, today’s interactive graphic gives you all the information you need to see how commodities have performed in Q2 as well as the last ~10 days. Check out the biggest movers or sort the commodities by sector (metals, energy, & agriculture).
09 May 2011Thomson Reuters
How do you expect commodities to perform in the upcoming months?