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Riding an economic roller coaster

Amanda Nolz

Experts say the key to turning agriculture prices around for the better is to increase demand. However, with a shaky economy, low consumer confidence and less dollars to spend, that is becoming a bigger problem with each passing month. So, when will the economy turn around, and what will be the long lasting affects of this current recession?

Those were the questions answered by Don Reynolds at the South Dakota Soybean Association’s AgOutlook 2010 held in Sioux Falls, SD on Dec. 10, 2009. To a group of over 600 producers, Reynolds is a real world analyst who discussed the housing collapse credit crunch, Obamanomics, stock market, banking industry, deflation and inflation and the demographics of the recession.

Experts say the key to turning agriculture prices around for the better is to increase demand. However, with a shaky economy, low consumer confidence and less dollars to spend, that is becoming a bigger problem with each passing month. So, when will the economy turn around, and what will be the long lasting affects of this current recession?

Those were the questions answered by Don Reynolds at the South Dakota Soybean Association’s AgOutlook 2010 held in Sioux Falls, SD on Dec. 10, 2009. To a group of over 600 producers, Reynolds is a real world analyst who discussed the housing collapse credit crunch, Obamanomics, stock market, banking industry, deflation and inflation and the demographics of the recession.

Experts say the key to turning agriculture prices around for the better is to increase demand. However, with a shaky economy, low consumer confidence and less dollars to spend, that is becoming a bigger problem with each passing month. So, when will the economy turn around, and what will be the long lasting affects of this current recession?

Those were the questions answered by Don Reynolds at the South Dakota Soybean Association’s AgOutlook 2010 held in Sioux Falls, SD on Dec. 10, 2009. To a group of over 600 producers, Reynolds is a real world analyst who discussed the housing collapse credit crunch, Obamanomics, stock market, banking industry, deflation and inflation and the demographics of the recession.