Webcast: 2013 Agricultural Commodity Outlook - Tight Stocks, Risks to Yield Persist (11:00 AM EST)

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Originally Presented: January 30, 2013 11:00 AM, Webcast


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    Asian demand growth, South America’s corn and soy yields, and the potential for continued North American drought are key factors that will impact the pricing of agricultural commodities this year. William Tierney, Chief Economist at AgResource Company and former Principal Grains Economist at the United States Department of Agriculture, will discuss global agricultural supply and demand dynamics, as well as the waning commodity market impact of corn ethanol. Talking Points: • China: commodity demand, food policy impact on imports • Yield outlook: South American corn and soy crops, US winter wheat • 2013 US acreage outlook • Perilously low global grain stocks w/ potential further pressure due to a continued North American drought • Supply impact on livestock industry IMPORTANT To participate, attendees must have pre-registered on the GLG Research Management Platform (RMP) prior to 5:00 PM EST/2:00 PM PST on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. A URL for the Webcast will be provided in the confirmation email and on this page the day of the scheduled Webcast. ABOUT GLG WEBCASTS Webcasts educate business and investment professionals through online presentations on current trends and core concepts in various industries. GLG Webcasts typically consist of a 30-minute presentation, followed by a Q&A session. Presentation audio is delivered via attendees' computers.

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