As part of the Vision 20/20: Global Markets Outlook, the Dairy Outlook 20/20 track will offer attendees insights into emerging trends within the industry, along with strategies to protect profits and enable growth in the current environment.
INTL FCStone’s Vision 20/20: Global Markets Outlook combines all of the company’s industry-leading economic and commodity outlooks into one comprehensive conference. Taking place February 27-28, 2020 at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate in Orlando, Florida, this event provides detailed market forecasts, insights into new technologies, and macro-economic outlooks that will enable attendees to get a clear view into the markets most important to them.
During the Dairy Outlook 20/20 track, attendees will hear from industry experts and though-leaders, including:
- Nate Donnay, INTL FCStone Financial Inc. – FCM Division, will give a detailed Global Dairy Outlook focused on current and forecasted supply and demand fundamentals and what they mean for dairy prices around the world.
- Marin Bozic, University of Minnesota, will discuss recent developments in adjacent markets, predominately foreign exchange and crude, and what that means for dairy.
- Joel Widenor, Commodity Weather Group, LLC, will present a comprehensive explanation and analysis of global drivers to seasonal weather patterns impacting growing areas throughout the world.
- Sara Dorland, Ceres Dairy Risk Management LLC, will examine the market implications of dairy disruptors like trade conditions and fluid customer preferences.
“We are very excited about some of the topics we are developing for the dairy track agenda,” said Randi Muzumdar, Head of Dairy/Food Americas, INLT FCStone Financial Inc., FCM Division. “We are leveraging our expertise in adjacent markets to give attendees insights into a wide range of input costs that will impact both dairy farm margins and the holistic margins for food manufacturers.”
The program will also feature a panel discussing the growth of global dairy platforms, including commentary from Peter Blogg from European Energy Exchange AG, Jim Sullivan from CME Group, Eric Hansen from Global Dairy Trade, and Nick Morris from NZX Ltd.