Market to Market July 4, 2003 (#2843)
Stories From This Episode
Chicago Based Trading Group To Sell Carbon Credits
(Jul 4, 2003) The Chicago Climate Exchange will trade emission credits using forests and farmland to store carbon
Global Warming: The Short Course
(Jul 4, 2003) For more than two decades, scientists and ecologists have believed that increased emissions of carbon dioxide have contributed to the trapping of more of the sun's rays than would occur naturally.
Canadian Report: Mad Cow Case May Have Started in U.S.
(Jul 4, 2003) Late this week, Canadian investigators released their final report on that country's lone case of Mad Cow disease detected earlier this year.
EU Lifts GMO Ban
(Jul 4, 2003) This week, the European Union Parliament passed laws that lift the five-year old moratorium on the importation of unapproved genetically modified organisms.
Market Analysis: Jul 04, 2003
(Jul 4, 2003) Supply numbers pressured the corn and soybean futures markets this week, while wheat futures were stronger.
Market Plus: Jul 04, 2003
(Jul 4, 2003) Virgil Robinson is with us this week and Virgil, I'll tell you what, with the potential mad cow issue we kind of ate up some of our time that we weren't expecting on the show. So, we want to talk more about soybeans.
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