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Apr 2020
FAO is analysing and providing updates on the emerging COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on agricultural markets—effects that are still largely unknown. Most current assessments generally foresee a contraction in both supply of and demand for agricultural products, and point to possible disruptions in trade and logistics. On the supply side, widely different views remain on the duration of the shocks, the price dynamics, differential impacts between domestic and international markets, differences across countries and commodities, the likely paths of recovery, and the policy actions to remedy the various shock waves. On the demand side, there is near ubiquitous agreement that agricultural demand and [...]
Jun 2017
This literature review reviews all features relating to the development of an agricultural market information system, with a particular focus on information on market prices and on the use of [...]
Mar 2017
AMIS Research Paper No. 6 aims at identifying thresholds that are associated with the transition between different levels of price volatility. To this end, the study surveys a host of [...]
Mar 2017
This is a non-technical summary of AMIS Research Paper No. 6, which analyses thresholds associated with transitions between different levels of price volatility. 
Mar 2017
Reliable data on grain stocks help decision makers understand food availability, plan the necessary interventions on market stabilization, and address issues related to food insecurity. These Guidelines support statisticians and [...]
Mar 2016
One of the original goals of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) was to develop a set of early warning global market indicators which could alert AMIS members to detect [...]
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