2015 hasn’t necessarily been a great year for grains complex, let alone anyone who works in the commodity sector. The most watched fall from grace came in the form of oil prices continuing to be pushed lower by sustained production highs by the likes of O.P.E.C. and the U.S.A., who also just recently announced they’re scrapping their oil export ban, which will certainly keep American wells flowing. Accordingly, the Canadian Loonie has fallen almost 16% in the past year to now around 72 cents USD. The US increasing their interest rates in December has also put pressure on the Canadian…
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