Commodities

El Mercurio newspaper from Chile, extends their weather services acquiring our Commodities Forecast, a unique forecast in its type thanks to its excellent quality and accuracy. In a dedicated effort from El Mercurio in providing to their readers with forward looking information, the newspaper extends its dedication to acquiring quality products and is now offering to their paid subscribers the possibility of accessing the most complete and exact forecast available on Commodities production around the world.

The Commodities Forecast is a tool of incredible utility for the grain producers as well as for traders in the entire world. It offers a detailed long range forecast by zone and grain of production around the world, which delivers insuperable accuracy. This forecast allows to better program how to handle their own production, as well to know how is the competition dealing with it and to define how the markets are going to operate.

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