IAG: A Leader In Ag Risk Consulting
Choose IAG for the sheer breadth of our risk experience, knowledge, data and insight.
Today's news is irrelevant as soon as it hits your screen. What's important to the market is tomorrow's news. News about the next growing season. News about the next price cycle. At International Agribusiness Group, we're not reporting today's news because we're busy uncovering the pertinent information for tomorrow and beyond.
The global data available to the agricultural market is enormous and growing. From weather trends to crop conditions to international economics and politics, the amount of data to model and measure can be overwhelming.
Most of the news and data is noise. Every day, the IAG team screens out 99% of all that noise to find the nuggets, the 1% that is meaningful, relevant, and invaluable. This is the start of data-based decision making.
Our business is to analyze all the data, apply our 80-plus combined years of hands-on agricultural experience and insight; and then provide accurate, up-to-the-minute hedging and risk management advice.
At IAG, our value proposition is simple. The more you know about risk, the more you can manage your profit.
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. --Mark Twain
International Agribusiness Group
An independent consultancy with an unrelenting passion for Food and Agriculture. Comprised of a select group of consultants, IAG works with businesses exposed to agricultural commodity price risk. The consultants’ varying backgrounds and industry experience help create a team with unique expertise.
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Improve our clients’ aptitude in market outlook and risk management strategies. Use IAG's unique experience to provide data-backed risk management insight and solutions. IAG doesn't report the news or chronicle the past; IAG provides a clear, actionable outlook for the future.
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Tropical Weather Updates.
Tropical Update for the Week of July 19th
•Today, there are no active tropical storms in the Atlantic basin. •The tropical Atlantic is mostly covered by a dusty Saharan Air Layer airmass, and development is not expected for the next 7 days. •SSTs in the equatorial eastern Pacific have continued to cool in July, and this week marks the technical beginning of a weak La Nina event. This pattern evolution generally supports a more active than average core of the Atlantic hurricane season.
Your At-A-Glance Weather Updates.
IAG Daily Weather Video for July 25th, 2016
•This morning, there are no threat level changes as ample rainfall is replacing notable heat this week in the U.S. corn belt. •The Southern Plains are a bit cooler this week on the heels of last week's scorching heat. Storm chances today in northern and eastern sections of the region will continue through the week, bringing 1" rains. Defcon 2. •Mississippi Delta looks to pick up around 2" of rain in the next 7 days, especially later this week and over the weekend with several disturbances. Defcon 3. •Look for continued wet weather in the Midwest as disturbances repeatedly sweep the corn belt. Look for temperatures much closer to average from Iowa to Ohio, with 1-2" rainfall accumulations coming in several waves. Defcon 3. •In South America, expect some showers in southern Brazil through the week totaling 0.5-1" and otherwise dry and warm conditions continuing in central Brazil. Defcon 3.