Wells Fargo Economist Provides Global & Domestic Ag Outlook

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Increasingly, the price for cattle at the ranch gate or sale barn ring is influenced by what happens with monetary and fiscal policy decisions. Often, not just decisions made in the U.S., but all the countries that the U.S. trades with. Michael Swanson, economist with Wells Fargo, explains how these dynamics affect you.
 

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on Feb 8, 2014

It's not only price for cattle which is influenced by the monetary and fiscal policy decisions. We should as well admit that China becomes more and more influential on the world's financial arena. While lots of people all over America and Europe experience difficulties and turn to various personal money service, the countries themselves borrow money as well, China's position stiffens.

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