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Agrimoney opens access to its award-winning coverage for one week

Agrimoney, an industry-trusted, online source for unbiased and independent coverage of major agricultural commodities and agribusiness developments, is giving non-subscribers commitment free access to its award-winning industry reporting during its first Agrimoney Week.


This eight-day event, running from 7 to 14 September, will give readers access to special additional content curated by Agrimoney’s team of experts, loaded with more market analysis and expert opinions on selected topics.


“We always go above and beyond to deliver accurate market news and analysis to help our readers make the best decisions for their business,” said Agrimoney Managing Director, Emma Penny. “During Agrimoney Week we will be extending this service to non-subscribers giving them a free, all-access look at the exclusive market reporting that Agrimoney readers benefit from on a daily basis.”


“They will also be enjoying exclusive extra content in addition to our regular reporting - all of which will be great sources for anyone wishing to gain the edge in the markets.”


This includes the “First looks at the 2021 harvest” webcast which will be hosted in collaboration with the International Grains Council (IGC). This event, scheduled for 9 September at 3pm GMT+1 (9am EDT, 9pm GMT+8), will see Agrimoney editor-in-chief Mike Verdin, IGC Executive Director, Arnaud Petit, and IGC Agricultural Economist, Amy Reynolds, addressing a number of pertinent issues, including European sowings for the 2021 harvest, early results for the US corn and soybean harvest, 2020-21 Black Sea grain exports, and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.


“As long time Agrimoney subscribers ourselves, we are very excited about what Agrimoney Week will deliver,” said Arnaud Petit. “Plus, we couldn’t be happier to collaborate with the service on their first webinar and look forward to sharing thoughts and ideas on the upcoming harvest season.”


To register for the webinar, click here


Agrimoney with also be releasing the “Soft commodities - what does 2020-21 hold” white paper from Editor in Chief, Mike Verdin. The report, which features special contributions from Commerzbank, ABN Amro, Tata Coffee, and the International Sugar Organisation, will look at what to expect from the coffee, cocoa, and sugar markets ahead of the 2020-21 marketing year starting in October for all three commodities.


To access the report, register for the free Agrimoney Week trial


Readers will also have access to in-depth coverage of the US Department of Agriculture’s September WASDE report, which is expected to be released on Friday, 11 September. This will include expert opinions from Agrimoney analysts on the report’s key findings and a special edition of “The Verdin View”, Agrimoney’s new webseries offering viewers additional insight into market developments.


Agrimoney has been delivering comprehensive market intelligence to leading food and agriculture businesses from around the world for 15 years through unbiased news and analysis on all major soft commodities, including corn, coffee, sugar, wheat, soybeans, and cocoa. See more at

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