We leverage our extensive database, decades of experience, and proven methodologies to forecast prices for a broad basket of commodities critical to the food industry. Price forecasts created from rigorous data analysis and a deep understanding of market fundamentals are the only forecasts you can rely on, and we are committed to forecasting in exactly this way. If it affects the food industry, chances are we forecast it – or can.
Reliable forecasts give you an edge, but understanding market fundamentals and risks makes all the difference. We consult with our clients on a regular basis, providing guidance and sound advice as challenges and opportunities arise. Let us help you manage your risk with our firm understanding of key commodity market drivers. We are there when you need us.
No two clients are the same, so we stand ready to provide actionable tailored analysis that fits your needs. Whether it is an in-depth research project, customized procurement benchmarking, or a simple customized chart that helps you better understand the market, we can handle it. Contact us to learn how we can provide you with detailed market intelligence in a way that is helpful to you.
Advanced Economic Solutions
Advanced Economic Solutions is an independent consulting firm that specializes in assisting food companies with supply chain risk management and other economic and commodity issues.
AES is dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality economic and commodity analysis. Our commitment to thorough research and analytical expertise ensures that clients receive comprehensive, accurate, and timely advice to adequately address their business challenges.
Contact AES today to learn more about how we can provide your company with access to an extremely broad historical database, and the opportunity to tap into experience from participation in virtually every aspect of the food chain.
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Tweeted Apr 19
China Imposes 179% tariff on US sorghum (aka milo)- why Milo? 1) Milo is the #2 feed grain produced in the US; 2)… https://t.co/VHqfvq3p9t
Tweeted Apr 19
Recap of US-CH trade spat thus far: 1. 3/23 US places tariffs on US steel/ alum. ($3B) 2. 3/24 CH retaliates w/ t… https://t.co/2fHK9fmPpZ
Tweeted Apr 06
The $1 B SB Tariff: China announced plans to impose a 25% tariff on US soybeans. Key ? is: who are the winners/lose… https://t.co/I0DXxASA8B
Tweeted Apr 05
RT @tannerehmke: China Threatens U.S. Cars, Planes and #Soy in Response to Tariff Threat https://t.co/0GkeyQajdb
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