Research & Data

Equity providers are betting on a steady stream of deals born out of technological advancements and the quest to solve 'last-mile' logistics, a survey found.
A rare four-year growth streak is helping meat eating recover from a big drop during the recession, with poultry most in demand.
A ‘counter-intuitive’ lack of supply is helping to balance out uncertainty caused by Brexit, a mitigating factor more prevalent in Scotland than England.
Farm assets are set to increase to $2.7trn in 2018, buoyed by a rise in real estate values.
An innovative study by the Inter-American Development Bank studies the link between greenhouse gas emissions and policy support. We sum up the results in an interactive chart.
Big deals have pulled valuations upwards in the South and Northwest, while Lake States assets have depreciated so steadily in recent quarters that they are now close to 2013 levels.
French stocks were a rare good news on this side of the Atlantic, though European stocks vastly outperformed their US peers in the whole of 2017.
Farmland performance is bouncing back, but not every asset is benefiting the same. We single out the winners in an interactive chart.
While Attorney General Jeff Sessions has made it hard for marijuana businesses to bank their growing piles of cash, dealmaking continues apace.
Organic growth, attrition and acquisitions explain why an ever-larger share of the country's wood-pellet production is in fewer hands. We single out the winners in a couple of charts.
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