Wall Street is gambling on the world’s food supply.

The Result: Broken commodity markets, inflated food and energy prices and deepening global hunger.
 
Recent reforms were not enough. It's time to stop reckless speculation and bring back common sense rules to commodity markets.

National

Barclays considers stopping its agricultural speculation

In response to growing public pressure against excessive speculation in food and energy markets, Barclays is considering stopping all of its trading in agricultural products due to … [Read More...]

Proven model predicts higher food prices if speculation is not reined in

The New England Complex Systems Institute, that has developed a quantitative model able to very closely predicted the FAO's food price index, released a new report predicting … [Read More...]

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International

Barclays considers stopping its agricultural speculation

In response to growing public pressure against excessive speculation in food and energy markets, Barclays is considering stopping all of its trading in agricultural products due to … [Read More...]

Proven model predicts higher food prices if speculation is not reined in

The New England Complex Systems Institute, that has developed a quantitative model able to very closely predicted the FAO's food price index, released a new report predicting … [Read More...]

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Responsible Investing

Barclays considers stopping its agricultural speculation

In response to growing public pressure against excessive speculation in food and energy markets, Barclays is considering stopping all of its trading in agricultural products due to … [Read More...]

CalPERS fails to make money in commodities

(Reuters) - Nearly five years after it began investing in commodities, the biggest public pension fund in the United States has yet to make any money in the asset class -- … [Read More...]

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