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Important information regarding Agrimoney and the coronavirus outbreak


As the situation surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic continues to escalate and create uncertainty, Agrimoney is committed to continuing to support the industry with constant updates on the impacts in the agribusiness and commodities sectors.


Reporting on and analysing the heightened market volatility across ags through our news and analysis service, in addition to our new and unique Live Forecasts service for supply and demand, we will continue to give you the critical information you need to stay abreast of the situation and its impact on your business.


We would like to reassure our customers that as always, our editorial team is providing daily updates on the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, and the other stories live in agricultural markets – with northern hemisphere spring crop plantings, for instance, also rising up the agenda.


We delve into the range of ag markets, and tap into expertise from around the globe, to provide crucial intelligence so you can make decisions from timely, accurate, unbiased and independent information.


During times when gaining clarity on the market is key, it may be helpful to add others in your team as users of Agrimoney. Talk to your account manager, Dineo Komane today to add further users to your account.


Our team is also happy to arrange additional training for any of your existing users as needed, free of charge.


Finally, I hope that Agrimoney can help during this challenging time, and if you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact our managing director Emma Penny, on


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