Market to Market November 23, 2001 (#2711)
Stories From This Episode
Arkansas Town Saves Its Rural Hospital
(Nov 23, 2001) No one knows the challenge of keeping a hospital open more than one community in southwest Arkansas. The town saved its hospital not once, but twice.
Rail Mergers Likely To Continue Despite New Rules
(Nov 23, 2001) Within a decade, the United States, Canada, and Mexico may have as few as two major rail freight carriers serving all of North America.
Cotton case study for all commodities
(Nov 23, 2001) The highest yielding cotton crop in half a decade also is the lowest priced crop in 26 years.
Harvest Essentially Complete
(Nov 23, 2001) Even with an early thanksgiving it appears the nation's autumn harvests are virtually complete.
Market Analysis: Nov 25, 2001
(Nov 23, 2001) The grain markets finished the holiday-shortened week mixed as the trade focused on good overseas demand.
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