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Commodities in Focus

Commodities in Focus

The Stephenson Harwood podcast network

Hosted by members of Stephenson Harwood’s leading commodities team, our podcast series, Commodities in Focus, provides an overview of key legal developments and topical issues facing clients engaged in the production, trading, carriage, storage and financing of commodities. Information contained in these podcasts should not be applied to any set of facts without seeking legal advice.
The objective of the Market Trader Training program is to teach students to trade safely and profitably. The instructors are not brokers, will not conduct trades, recommend stocks or futures for you, hold your money and don’t receive commissions. Jim only wants to teach you how to trade successfully.
This channel is no longer up to date. To listen to Rabobank podcasts, look for Rabobank on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or any podcast app or your choice. Visit for more information. Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe ...
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India’s imposition of steep tariffs on steel exports has put global markets in a tizzy, with unanswered questions on the longevity of the policy, immediate benefits to domestic end-users and strategies that local mills could adopt to manage excess inventories. In this podcast, S&P Global Commodity Insights' experts, Senior Editor Ashima Tyagi and L…
In this podcast, associates Simon Domin and Ben Bryant discuss the recent Court of Appeal decision in "The Eternal Bliss" addressing the scope of demurrage clauses in charterparties, and the impact the judgment may have on parties' contractual position under their sale contracts.저자 Simon Domin and Ben Bryant
As hurricane season 2022 unfolds in the US Gulf of Mexico, the implications for oil and gas infrastructure in the region are wide-ranging. More than ever, the whole world is watching the US Gulf as energy from the United States grow their presence in global markets. Americas gas news manager Joe Fisher sits down with natural gas editor Alan Lammey …
European and Asian buyers of liquefied natural gas have increasingly been turning to US supplies as Russia’s gas is spurned. This has reinvigorated contracting and LNG terminal development activity in the US, where the midstream and upstream sectors, and regulators in Washington, are keenly aware of the developing market opportunity for global gas.…
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