Karen Brown, Thomson Reuters – ‘BLACK SEA GRAIN Online’ conference speaker, December 8
Join the leaders of the grain and oilseed industry at the international online conference “Black Sea Region. Price Driving Forces 20/21”, which will take place on December 8!
One of the conference speakers will be Karen Brown – Global Agriculture Observer at Thomson Reuters, USA.
Karen will speak about the US crop prospects and the global demand for grain and agri commodities, as well as the impact of weather factor on agricultural production.
Karen Braun is the Global Agriculture Columnist for Thomson Reuters, where she focuses on topics that interest primarily the grain and oilseed markets. With both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Meteorology, Karen also focuses on weather and climate and their impacts on agricultural production around the globe.
Be reminded that on December 8, UkrAgroConsult will bring together the top agri experts to analyze market developments of the 2020, discuss fundamental factors and key changes, share estimates and forecasts for 2021.
The conference will discuss such hot topics as:
- Grain and oilseed markets in 2021. Demand and crop production prospects
- The global price rally – how long to last?
- Is the era of low prices for Black Sea grains over? The region’s impact on the global commodity pricing
- Pandemic. Crude oil. Currency factors
- Global weather conditions – under-seeding, winter crop outlook
- Poor crops sales and food security
- Australia: a comeback for increased competition?
- Uncertainty in grain supplies from Brazil and the US
We believe that providing the market with high-quality analytical information, as well as effective communication among agribusiness operators will significantly reduce the level of uncertainty in world markets and adapt business strategies to new market realities.
Join us online!
Registration and agenda of the conference are available here:
Participation Fee: Eur 100.
Conference language – English.
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