Market to Market November 8, 2002 (#2809)
Stories From This Episode
Broadband Popping Up In Rural America
(Nov 8, 2002) While the technology boom of the 90s has not been as evident in rural areas, broadband isn't just a metropolitan phenomenon.
GOP Sweep Spells Shift in Rural Issues
(Nov 8, 2002) The outcome of this week's elections, which handed control of the federal government to the Republicans, largely hinged on results from rural areas.
Irradiated Meat in the Super Market
(Nov 8, 2002) In early 2000, the USDA officially allowed the use of irradiation as another method to help ensure the red meat supply was free of food borne diseases.
Harvest progress Lags
(Nov 8, 2002) Still working behind the average pace, autumn grain, oilseed and cotton harvests are nearing completion.
Market Analysis: Nov 08, 2002
(Nov 8, 2002) The grain and oilseed markets were feeling the pressure of harvests.
Market Plus: Nov 08, 2002
(Nov 8, 2002) Happy to have with me this week, Doug Hjort our market analyst. Doug, during the show you mentioned these technicals in the grains. And we haven't had a lot of fundamental news. Now it's going to change Tuesday when the USDA crop numbers come...
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