The Public Ledger is an essential information source for everyone involved in the international agricultural commodity markets.
Providing news, analysis, and data for over 700 agricultural commodities, The Public Ledger will ensure that you remain informed about the latest market developments, influencing your business.
The Public Ledger also offers interactive market data tools that will enable you to view, analyse and download key agricultural commodity data quickly and easily.
Agricultural commodity markets reported on include:
|Grains & feeds||Minors||Oil & oilseeds||Softs|
Coverage within these markets includes:
Commodity prices • Trading • Supply and demand • Purchasing • Production and consumption
Imports and exports • Investments • Company news
In addition, futures analysis plus physical agricultural commodity markets and prices is available, as well as country profiles, and interviews with prominent industry personnel.
How will The Public Ledger benefit you?
- Reduce risk – evaluate the volatility of potential market opportunities with our comprehensive news and market analysis
- Identify market trends – plot, analyse and download graphs for over 700 agricultural commodities with our interactive intelligence tools
- Save time and money – understand how complex market factors are impacting upon your business with our jargon-free and easy-to-read content
- Verify market conditions – with our Ask the Analyst service, you’ll receive free bespoke advice, allowing you to verify the security or growth in areas of interest
- Plan ahead – using our online archive with over 20,000 articles, you’ll be able to assess whether a potential project meets your criteria
“I’ve really found The Public Ledger’s online service to be invaluable to track a wide range of issues for various African supplied commodities, e.g. cocoa, cashew, palm, essential oils, etc., and for world food supplies in general…it has quickly become one my primary one-stop sources of both up-to-date, as well as historical, pricing, crop production volumes, corporate-related activities and western food regulations.”
Shea Expert, USAID West Africa Trade Hub