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Leverage and Interest Rate Risk

  • February 26, 2016
  • Michael Langemeier

Financial risk is incurred when a farm borrows money to purchase assets or operate the farm. Financial risk is caused by uncertainty pertaining to interest rates, lending relationships, changes in…
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Some Interest(ing) Rate Data

  • July 6, 2012
  • Bruce J. Sherrick

The U.S. Treasury debt market is not only the largest and most widely tracked "commodity" market, it also provides a basis against which almost all other "rates" in the world…
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Cash Holdings Continue to Rise

  • March 29, 2012
  • Paul Ellinger

According to a recent Moody's Investors Services report, U.S. corporate companies are sitting on a record high $1.24 trillion of cash. The Wall Street Journal reports cash and near cash…
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