Market to Market May 12, 2000 (#2535)
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B to B hits agriculture
(May 12, 2000) One of the hottest sectors of the so-called new economy has been ecommerce.
Planting ahead of schedule; USDA projects ample crops
(May 12, 2000) ACROSS THE NATION SPRING PLANTING IS NEARING COMPLETION WELL AHEAD OF SCHEDULE.
Drought persists despite rains, weather premiums hold
(May 12, 2000) RAINS THIS WEEK HELPED TO MAINTAIN SOIL CONDITIONS, BUT MUCH OF THE MIDWEST STILL LACKS SUBSOIL MOISTURE.
GMOs not a worry for many U.S. consumers
(May 12, 2000) EVEN THOUGH GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS WERE DRIVEN OFF THE SHELVES IN EUROPEAN SUPER MARKETS, GROCERS ON THIS SIDE OF THE POND ARE NOT CONCERNED ABOUT TRYING TO SELL FOOD CONTAINING G-M-Os.
Market Analysis: May 12, 2000
(May 12, 2000) THE NATION'S INVESTMENT COMMUNITY IS CERTAIN THE FEDERAL RESERVE WILL RAISE INTEREST RATES NEXT WEEK.
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