In this episode we discuss the continuing economic crisis in Greece. National Institute of Economic and Social Research economists reckon that the 30% the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are pushing for simply isnâ€™t enough â€” debt equivalent to 55% of Greeceâ€™s GDP, or â‚¬95 billion ($US103.17 billion, Â£66.40 billion) needs writing off.
We also ask questions such as will the increase in oil price affect the currency massively?
We also have a pumpkin seeds and brazil nuts market report from our traders Alex Poole and Ishan Das, respectively. Ishan talks about the slow brazil nut market, whilst Alex stresses that is a good time buy pumpkin seed.
Moreover, is high salt levels in groundwater affecting the almond industry? High salinity levels in groundwater used for agriculture has long been a problem in the west side of the Central Valley. Find out more by visiting the NPR article on it.