Indications of Lower Stock Markets, Crude Oil

Dan December 20, 2022 Economy Image by Ahmad Ardity from Pixabay As we get close to wrapping up another year, there are indications of a lower stock market and lower crude oil prices heading into 2023. Mark Opold tells us what analysts are expecting. 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Rogers also addressed some longer-term research being conducted by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences […]Cold-Hardy Growers Face Tough Call With Possible FreezeLooming below-freezing temperatures in the cold-hardy citrus region have growers on high alert regarding their remaining crop. Forecasts call for temperatures to drop into the 20s in Tifton, Georgia, on Dec. 23, according to Weather.com. Growers will have to decide on how to handle their remaining fruit, said Kim Jones, citrus producer and packinghouse owner. […]

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