Market to Market January 25, 2002 (#2720)
Stories From This Episode
U.S. Wine: Not Just From California Anymore
(Jan 25, 2002) When consumers think of American wines, they first think of California. But wine making is becoming more than a hobby in other parts of the country as well. Midwest states, like Iowa have carved out a successful wine industry.
Concerns Raised Over Trade-Distorting Subsidies
(Jan 25, 2002) Since 1997, Congress has delivered billions of dollars of direct assistance to farmers to compenstae for low commodity prices.
Farm interests seek cap on government payments
(Jan 25, 2002) Congress returned from its Holiday recess this week.
U.P. tops forecasts on 4Q earnings
(Jan 25, 2002) While Union Pacific executives, like corporate officials in other sectors, may complain of a slowing economy, they can at least report sharply higher fourth quarter profits.
Market Analysis: Jan 25, 2002
(Jan 25, 2002) The grain markets turned in a mixed week as the trade continues to focus on worldwide production.
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