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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

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IAG is:

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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IAG does:

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.

Category 5 Hurricane Matthew Forecast for September 30th and October 1st

•Matthew has become an extremely dangerous category 5 hurricane in the central Caribbean Sea with maximum sustained winds from recon of 160mph. This system will continue as a powerful major hurricane towards Jamaica, eastern Cuba, and the central Bahamas over the next 3-4 days.

•Matthew remains a major concern for the continental U.S. in the 6-10 day range. Odds have diminished of a track into the Gulf of Mexico, but a range of outcomes from a track out-to-sea to a landfall in southeast Florida or north along the U.S. East Coast in the Carolinas or New England remain possible. Overall, I believe that it is slightly more likely (60%) than not that Matthew will not directly make U.S. landfall, but this idea is certainly subject to change and this is a lower than average confidence forecast.

•Matthew will be a large and powerful storm, so even if there is not a direct landfall, the hurricane could have significant impacts along the full extend of the U.S. East Coast. Southern Florida will likely, at the least, see showers and gusty winds starting on Tuesday as Matthew is moving over the Bahamas. 

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Your At-A-Glance Weather Updates.

Category 5 Hurricane Matthew Forecast for September 30th and October 1st

•Matthew has become an extremely dangerous category 5 hurricane in the central Caribbean Sea with maximum sustained winds from recon of 160mph. This system will continue as a powerful major hurricane towards Jamaica, eastern Cuba, and the central Bahamas over the next 3-4 days.

•Matthew remains a major concern for the continental U.S. in the 6-10 day range. Odds have diminished of a track into the Gulf of Mexico, but a range of outcomes from a track out-to-sea to a landfall in southeast Florida or north along the U.S. East Coast in the Carolinas or New England remain possible. Overall, I believe that it is slightly more likely (60%) than not that Matthew will not directly make U.S. landfall, but this idea is certainly subject to change and this is a lower than average confidence forecast.

•Matthew will be a large and powerful storm, so even if there is not a direct landfall, the hurricane could have significant impacts along the full extend of the U.S. East Coast. Southern Florida will likely, at the least, see showers and gusty winds starting on Tuesday as Matthew is moving over the Bahamas. 

•Visit iag-group.com/tryus for more information

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