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
Block cheese prices rise 
Block cheese prices have bounced back, counter-seasonally, over the past two weeks
Prices rise for choice beef cuts 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column, John Barone looks at the rising prices of choice cuts of beef
Soybean oil prices drop after recent moves by U.S. government 
In his weekly Commodities Watch column looks at soybean oil prices
Corn prices rise on U.S. crop outlook 
Traders have been bidding down corn prices for months on expectations of a record-large corn crop
'Perfect storm' in beef market sets stage for record-high spring prices 
Retailers are focused on turkey and ham ahead of Thanksgiving, which traditionally means softer beef prices
Beef supply likely to be tight in early 2014 
While retailers are focusing on turkey and ham ahead of Thanksgiving, John Barone looks beef supplies
Cattle prices climb as U.S. supply shrinks
Shrinking domestic cattle supplies have been compounded by declining imports and stronger exports.
Analysts estimate beef supply to decline in 1Q 2014
Inventories imply significant year-over-year decline in cattle slaughter rates for the first quarter of 2014.
John Barone
Government shutdown triggers information blackout 
Commodities watcher John Barone shares insights on recent and future trends in commodities prices
Analysts speculate on corn prices as shutdown continues
Private analysts offer insights as government shutdown impacts USDA
Government shutdown impacts USDA divisions
Various divisions of the USDA have stopped reporting data due to the government shutdown
Pork supply better than expected
A virus had much less of an impact than expected
USDA: Beef inventory continues to decline 
John T. Barone on the latest trends in and future state of commodities markets
Beef supply continues to decline
John Barone looks at the continuing decline in the beef supply in his weekly Commodities Watch column
Corn, wheat supplies to increase
Corn output estimated to come in at record high; global wheat production forecasted to rise
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