John Barone

John
Barone
President,
Market Vision Inc.

John T. Barone is president of Market Vision Inc. in Fairfield, N.J., and can be reached for comment at jbarone@mktvsn.com.

Articles
Beef supplies tight heading into spring 
Prices expected to stay high into the summer
Commodity prices continue to shatter records 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at record breaking prices
2014: A tough year for commodity prices  1
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at commodity challenges in 2014
Pork prices at risk as virus spreads 
Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus continues to kill young piglets
Coffee prices likely to rise 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at coffee and cattle
Coffee prices jump from seven-year low 
In his weekly commodities column, John Barone looks at coffee prices
USDA cattle inventory lowest in more than 60 years 
Cattle numbers fell 2 percent from a year ago
USDA forecasts 5.4% decline in beef production for 2014 
Not surprisingly, live cattle futures continue to set record highs
Beef prices hit new record highs 
In his weekly commodities watch column, John Barone looks at record high beef prices
USDA cuts projected corn yield 
In his weekly commodities watch column, John Barone looks at the projected corn yield drop
Cheese prices rise as seasonal demand increases 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at increasing cheese prices
Cost of red meat likely to rise in 2014 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at rising meat prices going into 2014
End-of-year corn prices stabilize, wheat prices drop 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at corn and wheat prices at the end of the year
Corn photo: Jack Kurtz/Newscom
EPA biofuel policy sends corn prices lower 
The government's easing of the Renewable Fuel Standard and a record crop are bringing down corn prices
Pork supply steadied by higher hog weights 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at the effect of rising hog weights
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Apr 23, 2015
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McDonald's performance is worse than you think 1

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