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  • Bad Weather Causes Surge in World Food Pri...(02:51)
  • A rash of bad weather is straining the global food chain and pushing up prices around the world. Heard on the Street's Andrew Peaple explains how this...
  • Date: August 10, 2012
  • Source: WSJ Video
  • Bad Weather Complicates Search Effort For ...(01:08)
  • The search for AirAsia 8501 was complicated by bad weather and rough currents, forcing teams to expand the search area.
  • Date: January 06, 2015
  • Source: HuffPost Live Highlights
  • Bad Weather, Strong Dollar Have Street Exp...(03:21)
  • Despite strong job gains in the past months, bad weather and a strong dollar will weigh heavily on earnings in the first quarter, said Eric Wiegand, S...
  • Date: April 01, 2015
  • Source: The Street
  • U.S. Faces Higher Food Price Inflation 201...(00:39)
  • The U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Friday, U.S. food price inflation is expected to rise by 2.5 percent to 3.5 percent in 2014, higher than 20...
  • Date: May 23, 2014
  • Source: Wochit Business
  • Fed Keeps a Watchful Eye As Food Prices Ri...(03:17)
  • U.S. food prices are on the rise, raising a sensitive question: When the cost of a hamburger patty soars, does it count as inflation? WSJ chief econom...
  • Date: July 07, 2014
  • Source: WSJ Video
  • Storm Surge Causes Large Waves to Slam Pie...(04:59)
  • As California was hit by a winter storm, the storm surge caused large waves to crash against the pier at Stearn’s Wharf in Santa Barbara on March 1. A...
  • Date: March 03, 2014
  • Source: Storyful
  • Tyson Foods CEO Says Consumers Should Brac...(03:36)
  • At the ECO:nomics conference, Tyson Foods CEO Donnie Smith tells the WSJ’s Sara Murray consumers will soon feel the impact of rising food prices.
  • Date: April 04, 2014
  • Source: WSJ Video

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