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    Inflation and supply chain headwinds could blight Ukraine grain crop

    What challenges face Ukrainian farmers as they grapple with higher mineral fertiliser prices and restricted supplies that could reduce grain crop yields?

    Corporate Treasury Data Insights | September 2021

    Andrew Hollins, Director of Corporate Treasury Proposition at Refinitiv, brings you the September round-up of the latest Corporate Treasury Data Insights.

    Are equities in emerging markets set for a rally?

    Market Voice analyses the reasons behind the U.S. and Europe equities surge, and considers the prospect for a future rally in emerging markets. Read more.

    Hot and cold: Coffee market creates stir in Q1

    Geordie Wilkes analyses the key trends in the coffee market during the first quarter of 2021 as demand increases following the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Corporate Treasury Data Insights | August 2021

    Andrew Hollins, Director of Corporate Treasury Proposition at Refinitiv, brings you the August 2021 round-up of the latest Corporate Treasury Data Insights.

    What's ahead for Black Sea sunflower oil prices?

    Following a disappointing crop in 2020, Black Sea sunflower oil prices rose. What impact could this year's forecast record crop have on prices?

    Dominance of mega firms may undermine monetary policy

    If central banks' policies struggled to lift growth and inflation for over a decade, tighter monetary policy may be equally inefficient in reining them in.

    China's national carbon market is launched

    Trading has been launched in China's national carbon market – the world’s largest – which marks a big step towards meeting its carbon neutrality pledge

    Corporate Treasury Data Insights | July 2021

    Andrew Hollins, Director of Corporate Treasury Proposition at Refinitiv, brings you the July 2021 round-up of the latest Corporate Treasury Data Insights.

    Is there still a case for a commodities supercycle?

    Exploring data trends in geopolitics, the automotive industry and agriculture to ask the question: are we entering a commodities supercycle?