Currencies, like commodities, are impacted by numerous factors ranging from supply & demand to politics and economic growth. Brazil and Turkey were just two examples of major agriculture exporters that saw heavy currency fluctuations in 2018.
Led by Analysts George Duke, Corrina Hutchings, Alana Ribeiro, this webinar examines how continued political and economic uncertainty impacts currencies and the global commodity markets.
During this insightful webinar, our analysts cover:
- How and why currency swings are linked to commodity volatility.
- The effect of international trade and how currency movements shift commodity trade.
- Our data-driven view on which agricultural commodities are set to experience most currency-linked volatility.