Cocoa Prices Up By 0.82% Despite Forecasts of Robust Global Cocoa Production


Wednesday, March 13, 2019  08:54 AM / FDC

The US trade deficit in 2018 is at a 10-year high of $621bn. Some contributing factors to this gap are the tariff wars and a possible overvalued US dollar.

A weakening of the dollar will reduce the purchasing power of oil exporting countries including Nigeria as well as many other dollar denominated commodities.

The slides below address these and other issues in the domestic and global commodities market.

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