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  • View looking of buildings  with a graph and numbers
    June 03, 2021
    • Private Banking
    We speak with Drew Lichter, vice president of corporate strategy and development at Mobius Risk Group, about the advantages of using financial instruments and market strategies to hedge against commodity price risk.
  • overhead view of warehouse plant near water
    March 25, 2021
    • Private Banking
    We recently spoke with David Spray, founder of Export Advisors, about the impact of the Biden presidency on the IC-DISC.
  • Cover of Foreign Exchange Magazine Quarter 4 2020 with marble
    October 14, 2020
    • Investor Services
    In the latest FX Quarterly, our strategists take a deep dive on the key risks driving global economies, including the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the upcoming US election. We also provide our outlook on developed and emerging markets in Q4 2020.
  • The earth from space
    May 13, 2020
    • Investor Services
    This edition of our FX quarterly comes out a little later than usual. As March turned into April, there were simply too many uncertainties and unknown developments for us to make any sort of big picture calls with any degree of clarity or certainty. Those two months saw a flurry of policy responses around the globe that we will recount here.
  • Foreign Exchange Outlook newsletter cover
    May 13, 2020
    • Investor Services
    In the latest FX Quarterly, our strategists recount the flurry of global policy responses around the world to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. We also provide our outlook on developed and emerging markets in Q2 2020.
  • Giant oil storage tanks with blue sky
    May 01, 2020
    • Private Banking
    The crude oil market has faced significant volatility. Our Commodities & Logistics group explores the causes and implications.
  • A boat, and train, and a truck parked in a row under cloudy skies
    April 08, 2020
    • Private Banking
    The COVID-19 pandemic has notably affected the commodities and logistics sector globally. We recently discussed these implications with Anton Posner, CEO of Mercury Resources.
  • close up of steel
    April 08, 2020
    • Private Banking
    Patrick Scott explores the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the steel market, current prices and notable factors that could affect these prices.
  • Shipping containers being moved by a crane
    April 08, 2020
    • Private Banking
    We spoke with Neely Mallory III, CEO of Mallory Alexander Logistics, on the freight container market during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Blurry shipping truck going fast on a highway
    April 08, 2020
    • Private Banking
    John Harms examines how COVID-19 has affected the U.S. trucking market in recent weeks and seeks to understand what that tells us about the future of the domestic economy.
  • BBH Commodity Markets Update, Covering for Catastrophe, cover
    February 26, 2020
    • Private Banking
    In this issue of the Commodity Markets Update, we discuss how nickel’s price has surged to new highs, trends in energy insurance, the implications of FASB’s new lease accounting standards and trade policy.
  • steel pipes with the sunset in the background
    February 26, 2020
    • Private Banking
    We speak with John Rathmell, president of Lockton Marine & Energy, about changes and trends in the energy insurance space.
  • A cargo ship with many shipping containers on it in the ocean
    February 26, 2020
    • Private Banking
    Patrick Scott provides an update on changes to duties on steel and aluminum article imports.
  • A nickel standing on financial documents
    February 26, 2020
    • Private Banking
    Nickel has defied downward pressure felt throughout global base metals markets: we explore the cause and implications.
  • Blue clean glass wall of modern skyscraper
    February 26, 2020
    • Private Banking
    We discuss the mechanics and implications of FASB’s update to the accounting standards that affect the way all leases are reported on the financial statements.
  • Roasted brown coffee beans on the black concrete stone background. Flatlay style, messy pattern.
    June 11, 2019
    • Private Banking
    In this issue of the Commodity Markets Update, we explore the green coffee supply chain, Northern White frac sand and the imminent disappearance of LIBOR – all of which are undergoing paradigm shifts.
  • A dirty hand holding seeds in his palm
    June 11, 2019
    • Private Banking
    Benjamin Durfee sits down with Konrad Brits, founder and CEO of Falcon Coffees, to explore the seemingly inexorable trends of sustainability, traceability and transparency in the green coffee supply chain.
  • Golden sand dunes
    June 11, 2019
    • Private Banking
    John Harms and Nick Martone look at the changing contours of frac sand production and distribution.
  • Cartoon people looking at statistics against blue background
    June 10, 2019
    • Private Banking
    Raja Khuri discusses how the imminent disappearance of LIBOR will affect credit markets in future years.
  • Glass of red wine with words Fine Wine A Palatable Commodity
    October 30, 2018
    • Private Banking
    In this issue of the Commodity Markets Update, we look into the seemingly disparate worlds of North American trade, fine wine, renewable energy and U.S. trucking – all of which appear to have price inflation as a key theme in the current environment.
  • Glass of red wine against a dark background
    October 30, 2018
    • Private Banking
    In the feature article of this issue of the Commodity Markets Update, we sit down with Patrick Stella, founder of WineCredit, to discuss the extent to which wine is investable, shifting sources of demand and value in the market, issues surrounding wine forgery and tips for people looking to build a collection.
  • Mac Truck Driving Down Highway
    October 29, 2018
    • Private Banking
    BBH looks at the U.S. trucking industry, which is facing rising demand amid zero excess capacity.
  • Electricity plug made of grass instead of plastic
    October 29, 2018
    • Private Banking
    Anna Pearson looks at rising investment in renewable energy across Latin America as power demand increases.
  • The Canadian, American, and Mexican flags
    October 29, 2018
    • Private Banking
    Jay Foraker provides a historical perspective on NAFTA’s origins and objectives, presents details of current trade patterns among NAFTA countries and highlights various changes that have been agreed to in its update as the USMCA.
  • Bags of coffee in a warehouse
    March 20, 2018
    • Private Banking
    In the feature article of this issue of Owner to Owner, we sit down with Travis Boersma, the founder and CEO of Dutch Bros Coffee, to discuss growing and scaling the business, the importance of people, values and culture and why he’s in the relationship business, not the coffee business.
  • Close-up of a container ship carrying colorful shipments in the middle of the ocean
    December 02, 2015
    • Private Banking
    In our December feature article, we discuss the expansion of the Panama Canal, zeroing in on its impact on trade flows around the world.
  • Coffee beans scattered across a black surface
    December 01, 2015
    • Private Banking
    We examine specialty coffee’s rise to prominence among U.S. consumers and what this means for the future of the coffee futures market.

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