Market to Market March 17, 2000 (#2527)
Stories From This Episode
Benefit found in small scale wind projects
(Mar 17, 2000) THEY DON'T WHINE AS MUCH AS SUBURBAN OWNERS OF S.U.Vs, BUT IT'S THE NATION'S INDEPENDENT TRUCKERS WHO HAVE BEEN HIT FIRST AND HARDEST BY SOARING FUEL PRICES.
Dry winter increases worries of drought year
(Mar 17, 2000) DROUGHT CONDITIONS IN U-S FARM STATES ARE CONTINUING TO CAUSE CONCERN.
Packers and CAFOs could face more regulation
(Mar 17, 2000) HERE'S THE ARGUMENT: IF PRODUCERS KNEW WHAT MEATPACKERS PAID FOR THE LIVESTOCK THEY SLAUGHTER, THEN FARMERS WOULD HAVE MORE LEVERAGE IN BARGAINING WITH THE PROCESSORS.
Market Analysis: Mar 17, 2000
(Mar 17, 2000) After spending much of the first quarter sulking over the potential of inflation and higher interest rates, the nation's stock markets this week erupted in a spasm of confidence.
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