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New HAT Feature: Bower Trading Market Strategy Report

first_img By Gary Truitt – Jan 23, 2017 Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News New HAT Feature: Bower Trading Market Strategy Report SHARE Bower Trading Market Strategy ReportJim BowerToday we begin a new feature here at Hoosier Ag Today: the Bower Trading Market Strategy Report. Every Monday, we will bring you timely market comments from Jim Bower of Bower Trading in Lafayette.Last week, the soybean market put on quite a show. While closing lower on Friday, the bean market spent most of the week moving up into areas we have not seen in a while. Jim Bower says the market is on a mission, “A mission to find more U.S. soybean acres. It seems to me they want to do it through price. I hear that as much as 6 to 7 million more soybean acres could come into production in 2017. With the price of new crop soybeans around $10.30 and the price of corn around $3.95 the market is telling producers we want more soybeans out of you guys.”Bower says these price levels are temping some producers to not only sell the 2016 crop but price part of the 2017 crop, “It looks to me like some producers are going out and hedging or selling  soybean production for the next year. It does not look like they are very eager to price out corn production at this time.”Bower also notes that yields in South America are looking good which will become a factor in the market in the coming weeks. He added that the changes coming in Washington with the beginning of a new administration will also be a market factor to watch closely.For more information, contact Bower Trading at  1-800-533-8045 or visit www.bowertrading.comThis material has been prepared by a sales or trading employee or agent of Bower Trading Inc and is, or is in the nature of, a solicitation. This material is not a research report prepared by Bower Trading Inc. By accepting this communication, you agree that you are an experienced user of the futures markets, capable of making independent trading decisions, and agree that you are not, and will not, rely solely on this communication in making trading decisions.DISTRIBUTION IN SOME JURISDICTIONS MAY BE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.  PERSONS IN POSSESSION OF THIS COMMUNICATION INDIRECTLY SHOULD INFORM THEMSELVES ABOUT AND OBSERVE ANY SUCH PROHIBITION OR RESTRICTIONS.  TO THE EXTENT THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED THIS COMMUNICATION INDIRECTLY AND SOLICITATIONS ARE PROHIBITED IN YOUR JURISDICTION WITHOUT REGISTRATION, THE MARKET COMMENTARY IN THIS COMMUNICATION SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED A SOLICITATION.The risk of loss in trading futures and/or options is substantial and each investor and/or trader must consider whether this is a suitable investment. Past performance, whether actual or indicated by simulated historical tests of strategies, is not indicative of future results. Trading advice is based on information taken from trades and statistical services and other sources that Bower Trading Inc believes are reliable. We do not guarantee that such information is accurate or complete and it should not be relied upon as such. Trading advice reflects our good faith judgment at a specific time and is subject to change without notice. There is no guarantee that the advice we give will result in profitable trades. New HAT Feature: Bower Trading Market Strategy Report SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleClovis to Lead USDA TransitionNext articleFarm Bureau Excited about Trump’s USDA Choice Gary Truittlast_img read more

Pretext for radio journalist’s arrest concocted by NDS and Kapisa politicians

first_img Help by sharing this information AfghanistanAsia – Pacific Organisation AfghanistanAsia – Pacific RSF_en May 3, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Afghanistan Receive email alerts March 11, 2021 Find out more RSF asks International Criminal Court to investigate murders of journalists in Afghanistan Reporters Without Borders reiterates its call for the release of Hojatullah Mujadadi, the only journalist detained in Afghanistan. According to the latest information it has obtained, Mujadadi’s arrest by the National Directorate of Security was based on a confession extracted by force from a young man identified as Veiss, an opponent of former Kapisa governor Gholam Ghoss Abobaker and his son-in-law Mohammad Eghbal Safi, who was recently reelected to the Wolesi Jirga (national assembly).Afghanistan’s leading intelligence agency, the NDS claims that the confession implicates Mujadadi in a supposed plan by Veiss to stage a suicide bombing in the northeastern province of Kapisa. In reality, Veiss is definitely not an insurgent. He is a youth chess champion and adviser to a candidate opposed to the former governor’s family. “Force was used to make him confess and accuse Hojatullah Mujadadi,” a member of the journalist’s family said.The month before his arrest on 18 September, Mujadadi was forced to resign as national broadcaster RTA’s bureau chief in Kapisa. One of his colleagues said that, “despite (former) governor Abobaker’s insistence, he opposed the installation of military equipment inside the RTA building.”Mujadadi had been threatened on several occasions in recent months by Abobaker, an influential politician who is close to the president. He had also clashed with the ex-governor’s son-in-law, Safi, whose reelection to the Wolesi Jirga is the subject of fraud allegations.Reporters Without Borders accuses the NDS not only of arbitrarily arresting a journalist on the basis of a confession extracted by force but also of violating legal procedure. Under Afghan law, a suspect must be brought before a prosecutor within three days of arrest. The prosecutor may order him held for another 15 days for investigation – an order that may be renewed once. Only terrorism cases override these limitations.Mujadadi is one of the nominees for this year’s Reporters Without Borders press freedom prize.Mujadadi’s arrest has reinforced the fears of journalists working in the regions to the north of the capital. Ahmad Hanai, the head of an association of journalists based in the northern provinces, told Reporters Without Borders he was very concerned because precise charges had still not been brought against Mujadadi.“In the Hojatullah Mujadadi case, the NDS has not responded to our questions and has made no statement on this subject,” he said. “This arrest has demoralized journalists and we are seeing more and more self-censorship.”More information: http://en.rsf.org/afghanistan-hojatullah-mujadadi-nds-kapisa-18-10-2010,…center_img News Situation getting more critical for Afghan women journalists, report says News to go further Afghanistan : “No just and lasting peace in Afghanistan without guarantees for press freedom” News News June 2, 2021 Find out more November 3, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Pretext for radio journalist’s arrest concocted by NDS and Kapisa politicianslast_img read more