Business & Finance: Current Situation: Jul. 20, 1925

The summer season is now at hand when production and trade slacken, and when the farmer begins to see where he will probably come out with his autumn harvests. During the past week, attention has thus naturally centred on crops. In general, the outlook is unusually good.

Increased Canadian and European wheat crops, as well as the mishaps attending our own winter wheat this year, will render 1925 a much less profitable year to wheat growers than 1924. Yet a mammoth corn crop is now apparently under way, and also a cotton crop...

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