Commodities

  • Technical Anaylsis: US Coffee

    Technical Anaylsis: US Coffee

    Technical Anaylsis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Wednesday. The high range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening on Thursday in the US. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible near term. If US Coffee  extends this day's rally, June's high crossing ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Up On Short Covering

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Up On Short Covering

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Up On Short Covering Chicago agricultural commodities rose Wednesday, as modest short covering,  forecasts for dry weather provided support. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery rose 2.5 cents, or 0.68%, to 3.7075 bu. Nov Soybean rose 18.75 cents, or 1.77%, to 10.765 bu. Sept Wheat rose 6.25 cents, or 1.19%, ...
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  • Bangkok Rice FOB Price

    Bangkok Rice FOB Price

    Bangkok Rice FOB Price The following are Bangkok Rice FOB Prices, as offered by the Rice Exporters Association of Thailand, for the week, as follows; Unit: USD/Metric Ton This Week                            Last Week Jasmine Rice (Thai Hom Mali Rice) Grade A (crop year ...
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  • Trading Advantage | Learn How To Trade

    Trading Advantage | Learn How To Trade

    Author and Pro S&P pit trader Larry Levin is giving away the electronic edition of his award-winning book entitled Starting over 20 years ago as a runner at the CME group, the world's largest and most diverse futures exchange, Larry Levin quickly climbed the ranks to become one of the most successful traders in the ...
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  • Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed lower Tuesday. The low range close set the stage for a steady to lower opening Wednesday. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible near term. If US coffee  extends Monday's rally, June's high crossing is the next Northside ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Extend Losses

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Extend Losses

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Extend Losses Chicago agricultural commodities closed down Tuesday, falling for 3 sessions running, as ideal Summer weather boosted the expectations of bumper grain harvest. Corn for Dec delivery fell 3.75 cents, or 1.01%, to 3.6825 bu. Nov Soybean dropped 13.75 cents, or 1.28 %, to 10.5775 bu. Sept Wheat price lost 5.5 ...
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  • Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Monday extending last Friday's breakout above the 20-Day MA crossing confirming that a short term low is in. The high range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening Tuesday. Stochastics and the RSI are Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall On Good Weather Forecast

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall On Good Weather Forecast

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall On Good Weather Forecast Chicago agricultural commodities closed down Monday, as forecasts of good weather continued to beget selling in the pits Dec Corn fell 6.5 cents, or 1.72%, to 3.72 bu. Nov Soybeans dropped 13.75 cents, or 1.27%, to 10.715 bu. Sept Wheat lost 2.25 cents, or 0.42%, to 5.3 ...
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  • Right Whale Threatened By Oil & Gas Exploration

    Right Whale Threatened By Oil & Gas Exploration

    Right Whale Threatened By Oil & Gas Exploration The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) on Friday issued a decision that opens the East Coast to seismic exploration for offshore oil and gas. This seismic testing threatens to harm hundreds of thousands of marine mammal populations along the East Coast, including the critically endangered North ...
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  • Understanding the Ups and Downs of Gas Prices

    Understanding the Ups and Downs of Gas Prices

    Understanding the Ups and Downs of Gas Prices Do you ever wonder why the price at your nearest gas station changes from day to day? With summer season in full swing, people across the U.S. are packing up their cars and taking off for vacations, contending with fluctuating fuel prices at gas pumps along the ...
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  • Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher on short covering Thursday. The high range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening on Friday in the US market. Stochastics and the RSI are Bearish signaling that sideways to lower prices are possible near term. If September extends Wednesday's decline, the reaction ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Thursday, Wheat rose, Corn up slightly, Soybean slipped. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery rose 0.5 cents, or 0.13%, to close at 3.8725 bu. Sept Wheat gained 12.75 cents, or 2.37%, to close at 5. 5075 bu. Nov Soybean dropped 8 cents, or ...
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  • Ecopetrol S.A. (NYSE: EC) STAR project

    Ecopetrol S.A. (NYSE: EC) STAR project

    Ecopetrol S.A. (NYSE: EC) STAR project Ecopetrol S.A. (BVC: ECOPETROL; NYSE: EC; TSX: ECP) reports the following in response to notification number 2014063145-000-000 of the Financial Superintendency of Colombia, whereby a statement is requested "concerning the truthfulness of the information published" in the media relating to the STAR technology pilot project: 1. On June 4, ...
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  • Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Wednesday renewing the rally off June's low. The midrange close set the stage for a steady opening Thursday in the US. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible near term. If Coffee  renews the rally off June's low, the ...
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  • The Organic Food Business Is Thriving In America

    The Organic Food Business Is Thriving In America

    The Organic Food Business Is Thriving In America Organic food is an escape from the industrial food supply that is laced with numerous pesticides and lacks nutrients. The longer a food product travels to a chain grocer, the more nutrients it loses. The food grown at local farms or greenhouses can be picked and shipped ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up On Short Covering

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up On Short Covering

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up On Short Covering Chicago agricultural commodities rose Wednesday on short covering, markets technically oversold. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery rose 5 cents, or 1.31%, to close at 3.8675 bu. Sept Wheat gained 0.25 cents, or 0.05%, to close at 5. 38 bu. Nov Soybean finished up 15.75 ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities finished mixed Tuesday, with Corn dropping,  Wheat and Soybean unchanged from the prior trading day. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery dropped 6.5 cents, or 1.67% to close at 3.8175 bu. Sept Wheat closed unchanged at 5.3775 bu. Nov Soybean closed unchanged at 10.8625 bu. ...
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  • General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS) in China

    General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS) in China

    General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS) in China General Mills today inaugurated the company's first innovation, technology and quality center in China, signaling a commitment to drive greater innovation and investment in one of the company's largest growth markets. The $15 million facility, spanning 75,000 square feet, is the first major technical center outside of the General ...
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  • Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed lower Monday and the low range close set the stage for a steady to lower opening Tuesday. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bearish signalling that sideways to lower prices are possible near term. Closes below the reaction low crossing would confirm that a short term ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up On Short Covering

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up On Short Covering

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up On Short Covering Chicago agricultural commodities rose Monday on short covering against oversold technical conditions, Wheat leading the rise. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery rose 3.5 cents, or 0.91%, to close at 3.8825 bu. Sept Wheat gained 11.75 cents, or 2.23%, to close at 5. 3775 bu. ...
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  • Bacon Prices Continues To Rise, So Do Lettuce And Tomatoes

    Bacon Prices Continues To Rise, So Do Lettuce And Tomatoes

    Bacon Prices Continues To Rise, So Do Lettuce And Tomatoes The cost to produce a BLT, America's favorite Summer sandwich, hit a record high of $1.65 in May, and will continue to rise in the coming months, because of a pig virus that has driven up Bacon prices and drought-stricken salad crops in California. Farmers ...
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  • Organic Food News

    Organic Food News

    A major new study from the United Kingdom finds conclusive evidence that organic crops, and the food made from them, are nutritionally superior to their conventional counterparts, corrects many of the shortcomings of earlier studies and should put to rest any doubts about the benefits of organic, said the lead scientist of The Organic Center ...
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  • New Study, Coffee Protects Against Parkinson's

    New Study, Coffee Protects Against Parkinson’s

    New Study, Coffee Protects Against Parkinson's Heavy coffee drinkers may have a lower risk of developing Parkinson's Disease, a new study has found. Researchers at Linköping University in Sweden discovered a specific genetic variation appears to offer protection against Parkinson's especially for those who drink a lot of coffee. The findings, published in the Public ...
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  • Wheat Led Chicago Agriculture Commodities South Friday

    Wheat Led Chicago Agriculture Commodities South Friday

    Wheat Led Chicago Agriculture Commodities South Friday Chicago agricultural commodities continued dropping Friday, led by Wheat. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery fell 8 cents, or 2.04%, to close at 3.8475 bu. Sept Wheat lost 22.5 cents, or 4.1%, to close at 5.26 bu. Nov Soybean shed 18 cents, or 1.65%, to close ...
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  • Commodities Outlook: Beef, Pork Prices Will Rise, Grains Should Fall

    Commodities Outlook: Beef, Pork Prices Will Rise, Grains Should Fall

    Commodities Outlook: Beef, Pork Prices Will Rise, Grains Should Fall The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) Friday offering the agency’s latest estimates for US and global crop supply and demand prospects and US prices for the current and next crop years. Looking at livestock prices The ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Down Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Down Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Down Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities further closed down Thursday, led by Corn. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery fell 5.25 cents, or 1.32%, to close at 3.9275 bu. Sept Wheat lost 2.75 cents, or 0.5%, to close at 5.485 bu. Nov Soybean declined 10.75 cents, or 0.97% ...
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  • US Ranchers Taking Advantage Of USDA Disaster Program

    US Ranchers Taking Advantage Of USDA Disaster Program

    US Ranchers Taking Advantage Of USDA Disaster Program The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) says farmers and ranchers who suffered heavy cattle, and grazing losses due to extreme weather in the past 3 yrs have been quick to take advantage of newly available disaster relief funds. The agency said in a progress report released Wednesday ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall For A 3rd Session Running

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall For A 3rd Session Running

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall For A 3rd Session Running Chicago agricultural commodities Wednesday dropped across the board for the 3rd session running, led by Corn. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery dropped 6. 25 cents, or 1.55%, to close at 3.98 bu. Sept Wheat lost 5 cents, or 0.9%, to close at 5.5125 ...
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  • Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Tuesday renewing the rally off June's low. The low range close set the stage for a steady opening Wednesday. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible near term. If US Coffee renews the rally off June's low, the reaction ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Lower Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Lower Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Lower Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities continued to fal Tuesday, led by Soybean. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery dropped 2 cents, or 0.49%, to close at 4.0425 bu. Sept Wheat lost 0.5 cents, or 0.09%, to close at 5. 5625 bu. Nov Soybeans fell 9.25 cents, or ...
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  • Grains Prices Are Falling, Do Not Expect Lower Prices At The Market

    Grains Prices Are Falling, Do Not Expect Lower Prices At The Market

    Grains Prices Are Falling, Do Not Expect Lower Prices At The Market Chicago commodity prices for Corn, Wheat and Soybean have fallen in the past 3 months and will fall more, as plenty of rain and warm temperatures have boosted estimates for US farm production. Corn currently is trading at around 4.02 a bu, Wheat ...
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  • HARVEST UPDATE FROM KANSAS WHEAT COMMISSION

    HARVEST UPDATE FROM KANSAS WHEAT COMMISSION

    HARVEST UPDATE FROM KANSAS WHEAT COMMISSION JOIN REUTERS FOR HRW HARVEST UPDATE FROM KANSAS WHEAT COMMISSION HEAD Justin Gilpin, chief executive officer of the Kansas Wheat Commission, will be online in the Thomson Reuters Global Ags Forum on Tuesday at 10 a.m. CDT (1500 GMT) to provide an update on the hard red winter wheat ...
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  • Wettest June On Record Points To Corn Bumber Crop

    Wettest June On Record Points To Corn Bumber Crop

    Wettest June On Record Points To Corn Bumber Crop TSN, ADM Many growers across the US Midwestern Corn Belt expects a 2nd straight record Corn crop that will boost domestic stockpiles already at a 4 yr high. Even though farmers planted fewer acres this year, the wettest June on record has fields in the best condition ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities dropped across the board Monday, led by Wheat. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery dropped 9 cents, or 2.17%, to close at 4.0625 bu. Sept Wheat lost 22.75 cents, or 3.93%, to close at 5. 5675 bu. Nov Soybeans fell 8 cents, or ...
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  • Dubai’s DMCC Considers New Agricultural Contracts, Delays Spot Gold

    Dubai’s DMCC Considers New Agricultural Contracts, Delays Spot Gold

    Dubai’s DMCC Considers New Agricultural Contracts, Delays Spot Gold The delay in launching the Spot Gold contract was due to not being able to link all the participants, DMCC chief said. The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) said it would delay launch of a Spot Gold contract to Q-3 to ensure that the technical aspects run smoothly ...
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  • More People, Less Water Mean Rising Food Imports For Egypt

    More People, Less Water Mean Rising Food Imports For Egypt

    More People, Less Water Mean Rising Food Imports For Egypt As Egypt wrestles with dwindling water from its only major source, the Nile, it pushes farmers to grow more to supply the country's costly subsidised food program. For the past 15 yrs, antiquated irrigation systems and a government conservation drive have kept many farmers from ...
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  • Cattle And Hogs Extend Rally, Beef And Pork Prices Rise

    Cattle And Hogs Extend Rally, Beef And Pork Prices Rise

    Chicago Cattle And Hogs Extend Rally, Beef And Pork Prices Rise Cattle futures extended a rally to a record as Americans to pay the most ever for beef served at Barbecues over the 4th of July holiday weekend. Prices for wholesale Beef  are Up 24% on theyear, reaching an all-time high of 2.4865 lb  Thursday, ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities futures market closed mixed Thursday, Corn and Soybean falling, Wheat rising. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery dropped 2. 75 cents, or 0.66%, to close at 4.1525 bu. Sept Wheat rose 4 cents, or 0.7%, to close at 5.795 bu. Nov Soybean fell 8 cents, ...
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  • Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee

    Technical Analysis: US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Wednesday. The high range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening Thursday when the market opens in the US. Stochastics and the RSI are turning Neutral to Bearish with Wednesday's action signalling that sideways to lower prices are possible near term. If US ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Prices Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Prices Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Prices Finish Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Wednesday, with Corn and Soybean falling and Wheat rising. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery dropped 4. 75 cents, or 1.12%, to close at 4.18 bu. Sept Wheat rose 3 cents, or 0.52%, to close at 5.755 bu. Nov Soybean fell 6 ...
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  • Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed lower Tuesday. The low range close set the stage for a steady to lower US opening Wednesday. Stochastics and the RSI are turning Neutral to Bearish with Tuesday's decline signalling that sideways to lower prices are possible near term. If US Coffee renews this Spring's decline, ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Continue To Fall

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Continue To Fall

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Continue To Fall The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery fell 2.5 cents, or 0.59%, to close at 4.2275 bu. Sept Wheat lost 5 cents, or 0.87%, to close at 5.725 bu. Nov Soybean shed 9.75 cents, or 0.84%, to close at 11.475 bu. The impact of US Department of Agriculture ...
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  • Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher on Monday. The high range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening Tuesday. Stochastics and the RSI are turning Neutral to Bearish with Monday's action signalling that sideways to lower prices are possible near term. If Coffee renews this Spring's decline, the ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Drop Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Drop Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Drop Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities futures fell across the board Monday, with Corn, Soybean and Wheat all diving. The most active Corn contract for Dec delivery fell 22 cents, or 4.92%, to close at 4.2525 bu. Sept Wheat fell 16.25 cents, or 2.74%, to close at 5. 775 bu. ...
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  • China's Agriculture 'Watchdog' Rejects US GMO Corn

    China’s Agriculture ‘Watchdog’ Rejects US GMO Corn

    China's Agriculture 'Watchdog' Rejects US GMO Corn China's quarantine watchdog has returned 1.25-M tonnes of Corn shipments from the United States in recent months over GMO (genetic modification) concerns, an official said Monday. Since October, Chinese authorities have been finding US Corn shipments tainted with genetically modified strain MIR162, said Lu Chunming, an official with ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed  Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Friday, with Corn and Wheat rising and Soybeans falling. The most active Corn contract for Sept delivery rose 3.25 cents, or 0.74%, to close at 4.4225 bu. Sept Wheat gained 9 cents, or 1.54%, to close at 5. 9375 bu. Nov Soybean fell 16.25 cents, ...
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  • Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed lower Thursday. The mid-range close set the stage for a steady opening Friday. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices possible in the near term. If Coffee extends Wednesday's rally, the reaction high crossing is the next Northside target. ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Up Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Up Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Up Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities rose across the board Thursday, led by Soybean. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 1.75 cents, or 0.4%, to close at 4.4275 bu. Sept Wheat gained 0.5 cents, or 0.09%, to close at 5.8475 bu. Nov Soybean climbed 15.25 cents, or 1.24%, ...
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  • Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Wednesday extending the rally off last week's lows. The high range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening Thursday when the US market begins trading. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible near ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Close Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Close Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Close Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities futures finished mixed Wednesday, with Corn falling and Wheat and Soybean rising. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 2 cents, or 0.45%, to close at 4.41 bu. Sept Wheat rose 3.5 cents, or 0.6%, to close at 5.8425 bu. Nov Soybeans went up ...
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  • Vietnam's Rice Export At 2.68-M Tons In 1-H

    Vietnam’s Rice Export At 2.68-M Tons In 1-H

    Vietnam's Rice Export At 2.68-M Tons In 1-H Vietnam's rice export hit nearly 2. 68 million tons from the start of this year till date, down by 23. 48 percent year on year, said Vietnam Food Association (VFA). Vietnam Industry and Trade Information Center (VITIC) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade on Wednesday quoted ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Down Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Down Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Down Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities dropped across the board Tuesday, led by Wheat. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery dropped 1.5 cents, or 0.34%, to close at 4.43 bu. Sept Wheat fell 8.25 cents, or 1.4%, to close at 5. 8075 bu. Nov Soybean shed 9.25 cents, or ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Monday, Corn and Wheat fell. and Soybean rose a bit. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery dropped 8.75 cents, or 1.93%, to close at 4.445 bu. Sept Wheat fell 4.25 cents, or 0.72%, to close at 5.89 bu. Nov Soybean rose 2.25 cents, ...
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  • Technical Outlook For US Coffee

    Technical Outlook For US Coffee

    Technical Outlook For US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Friday and above the 20-D MA crossing confirming that a short term low is posted. The mid range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening  Monday. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Close Mixed Friday

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Close Mixed Friday

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Close Mixed Friday Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Friday, Corn rose, Wheat and Soybeans fell. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 2.75 cents, or 0.61%, to close at 4.5325 bu. Sept Wheat fell 9.25 cents, or 1.54%, to close at 5.9325 bu. Jul Soybeans lost 5 cents, or 0.35%, ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Comntinue To Rise

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Comntinue To Rise

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Comntinue To Rise Chicago agricultural commodities moved higher Thursday, led by Corn. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 9 cents, or 2.04%, to close at 4.505 bu. Jul Wheat gained 6.5 cents, or 1.11%, to close at 5.935 bu. Nov Soybeans rose 14.25 cents, or 1.17%, to close at ...
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  • Gold Steady Over Fed’s Remark About Economic Recovery

    Gold Steady Over Fed’s Remark About Economic Recovery

    The Fed's statement on the economic growth in the U.S. on Wednesday resulted in modest gains for the gold while the greenback slipped down. The U.S. Central bank indicated to a more aggressive interest rate growth during the next year, but noted that it did not intend to raise interest rates over a longer term. ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Rise Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Rise Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Rise Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities rose across the board Wednesday, Wheat lead the way. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 2.75 cents, or 0.63%, to close at 4.415 bu. Jul Wheat gained 5.25 cents, or 0.9%, to close at 5.87 bu. Jul Soybean climbed 10.75 cents, or ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Closed Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Closed Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Closed Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Tuesday, with Corn and Soybean falling and Wheat rising a bit. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 2.25 cents, or 0.51%, to close at 4.3875 bu. Jul Wheat rose 0.75 cents, or 0.13%, to close at 5.8175 bu. Jul Soybean lost 23.5 ...
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  • Beef Prices Soar, Cost Of Meat At Record Highs

    Beef Prices Soar, Cost Of Meat At Record Highs

    Beef Prices Soar, Cost Of Meat At Record Highs CMG, COSt, HRL Meat is just too expensive and that the cost probably will keep rising. US ground-Beef, aka hamburger, prices are up 76% since Y 2009 to the highest on record, after a 7 yr decline in the herd left the fewest Cattle in at ...
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  • China Removes Price Controls Over Seeds, Salt And Silkworm

    China Removes Price Controls Over Seeds, Salt And Silkworm

    China Removes Price Controls Over Seeds, Salt And Silkworm China's top economic planner on has ordered local government to free up seed, silkworm cocoon and industrial salt prices. The announcement on the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) website says prices of sodium carbonate and caustic soda, listed as industrial salt in China, will continue ...
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  • German Seed Company To Open St. Louis Research Center

    German Seed Company To Open St. Louis Research Center

    German Seed Company To Open St. Louis Research Center MON Germany's giant seed company KWS SAAT AG (DE:KWS) is setting up a new research operation at the Danforth Plant Science Center. The German company will begin operations later this year and plans to have 75 researchers and support staff on the site within 5 yrs, ...
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  • China Set For Its 11th Yr Of Bumper Grain Harvest

    China Set For Its 11th Yr Of Bumper Grain Harvest

    China Set For Its 11th Yr Of Bumper Grain Harvest China's agriculture minister Han Changfu said Tuesday that the country is poised for a record bumper grain harvest this Summer, with an increase in output for the 11th year running. "We're quite sure about a big harvest this Summer," the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) announced. The announcement ...
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  • Green Economy News

    Green Economy News

    For three days last week, at a Clean Economy Leadership Exchange in New York, leaders from economic development and industry organizations, companies and clean economy investors from nine (9) metro-regions around the country officially joined forces to create a national network to promote innovative "bottom-up" strategies to grow clean economy markets and foster investments. The ...
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  • Technical Outlook For US Coffee Futures

    Technical Outlook For US Coffee Futures

    Technical Outlook For US Coffee Futures US Coffee CFD closed lower Monday. The low range close set the stage for a steady to lower opening  Tuesday. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible near term. Closes above the 20-Day MA crossing will confirm that a short ...
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  • Oil Dips in Asia

    Oil Dips in Asia

    Oil prices eased in Asian trade Tuesday, but losses were limited as investors fret over a potential supply disruption due to the worsening sectarian violence in key crude producer Iraq. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for July delivery fell 18 cents to $106.72 a barrel in mid-morning trade, while Brent crude for August declined 24 ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Down Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Down Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Down Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities fell across the board Monday, led by Corn. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 6 cents, or 1.34%, to close at 4.41 bu. Jul Wheat dropped 5 cents, or 0.85%, to close at 5.81 bu. Jul Soybean lost 4 cents, or 0.28%, ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up Friday

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up Friday

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Up Friday Chicago agricultural commodities rose across the board Friday, led by Soybean. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 3 cents, or 0.68%, to close at 4.47 bu. Jul Wheat gained 0.75 cents, or 0.13%, to close at 5.86 bu. Jul Soybean climbed 10.5 cents, or 0.74%, to ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed  Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Thursday, Corn up, Soybean and Wheat fell. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 3 cents, or 0.68%, to 4.44 bu. Jul Wheat lost 4 cents, or 0.68%, to 5.8525 bu. Jul Soybean fell 30.25 cents, or 2.09%, to 14.1525 bu. Soybean fell ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Decline

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Decline

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Decline Chicago agricultural commodities closed down across the board Wednesday, led by Wheat. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 4.5 cents, or 1.01%, to close at 4.41 bu. Jul Wheat lost 12 cents, or 2%, to close at 5.8925 bu. Jul Soybean shed 17 cents, or 1.16%, to close ...
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  • Technical Outlook For US Coffee

    Technical Outlook For US Coffee

    A Positive Outlook For US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Tuesday. The midrange close set the stage for a steady opening Wednesday in the US. Stochastics and the RSI are Neutral to Bearish signalling that sideways to lower prices are possible near term. If Coffee extends its  decline, the 62% Fibo retracement level of ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Futures Finish Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities futures market closed mixed Tuesday, Corn and Wheat falling and Soybeans rising. The most active Corn contract for July delivery fell 5.5 cents, or 1.22%, to close at 4.455 bu. Jul Wheat lost 11.25 cents, or 1.84%, to close at 6.0125 bu. Jul Soybean rose 5.5 ...
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  • European Buyers Confident Of Indonesian Crude Palm Oil Products

    European Buyers Confident Of Indonesian Crude Palm Oil Products

    European Buyers Confident Of Indonesian Crude Palm Oil Products Hundreds of buyers from Europe have hailed Indonesia's crude palm oil (CPO) products whose production has complied with environmental aspects, official said Tuesday. The statement was made following the rampant "Black Campaign" against Indonesia's CPO products in recent years, accusing that the cultivation of land for ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fall Chicago agricultural commodities fell Monday. Corn and Wheat dropped, Soybean remained unchanged. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 8 cents, or 1.74%, to close at 4.51 bu. Jul Wheat lost 5.75 cents, or 0.93%, to close at 6.125 bu. Jul Soybean remained unchanged at 14.57 bu. China's ban ...
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  • Nestle (VX:NEXN) Wants More Of The High-end Chocolate Market

    Nestle (VX:NEXN) Wants More Of The High-end Chocolate Market

    Nestle (VX:NEXN) Wants More Of The High-end Chocolate Market HSY, MDLZ Nestle's (VX:NEXN) CEO oversees a huge empire stretching from baby food to wrinkle treatment, and admits to finding one of its oldest businesses, Chocolate, a source of frustration. Nestle is one of many consumer goods companies trying to tap interest in high-end, natural, artisan, ...
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  • China's Winter Wheat Harvest 50% Complete

    China’s Winter Wheat Harvest 50% Complete

    China's Winter Wheat Harvest 50% Complete Chinese farmers in major wheat-growing regions are harvesting this week and, with the help of good weather, more than 50% of winter Wheat has been taken in. The Ministry of Agriculture said that farmers have harvested wheat in 172-M mu (11.47-M ha) of fields, with 87% gathered by machinery. ...
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  • Indonesia: Coal Miners have Strong Outlook

    Indonesia: Coal Miners have Strong Outlook

    Indonesia: Coal Miners have Strong Outlook Indonesia is expected to nearly double domestic consumption of thermal coal over the next eight years to help meet annual growth in electricity demand of around 8.4 percent, the state power company said on Friday. Electricity demand growth in Southeast Asia’s largest economy has outpaced the rise in generating ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Grain Market Closes Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Grain Market Closes Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Grain Market Closes Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities futures market finished mixed Friday, with Corn and Wheat rising and Soybean slipping. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 10 cents, or 2.23%, to close at 4.59 bu. Jul Wheat gained 12.5 cents, or 2.06%, to close at 6.1825 bu. Jul Soybean fell ...
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  • World Food Prices Fall, Weather, Geopolitical Worries Ease

    World Food Prices Fall, Weather, Geopolitical Worries Ease

    World Food Prices Fall, Weather, Geopolitical Worries Ease World food prices fell in April, the 2nd consecutive monthly decline, paced by reduction in worldwide prices for Rice and other Corn, Wheat, and Soybean, as good weather and easing geopolitical tensions helped increase supply. The reduction in prices came across 4 of the 5 food commodity ...
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  • Dubai Exchange Volumes Keep Growing

    Dubai Exchange Volumes Keep Growing

    Dubai Exchange Volumes Keep Growing Monthly volumes grow 24%, trading over 1 million contracts Sensex Futures records highest-ever monthly volume, up 206% Indian Rupee and Gold Futures up 25% and 24% respectively May trading volumes on the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) recorded a robust growth of 24% from previous month , aggregating 1,017,991 ...
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  • Commodities Futures (CCI),  Grains, Livestock, Energy, Metals, Softs

    Commodities Futures (CCI), Grains, Livestock, Energy, Metals, Softs

    THOMSON REUTERS EQUAL WEIGHT CONTINUOUS COMMODITY INDEX (CCI)  545.86 Change -1.06 Open 0.00 High 546.70 Low 545.46 Times 06/04 17:00 Data as of 2:32am EDT . COMMODITY FUTURES Energy:   Oil, Natural Gas, Electricity Metals:   Base Metals, Precious Metals Grains:   Corn/Maize, Wheat, Barley, Rice Oilseeds:   Soybeans, Rapeseed, Palm Oil Softs:   Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, Rubber, Citrus, Cotton Livestock:   Lean Hogs, Live Cattle Commodity Currency Last Change % Change Trade Date/Time LIGHT CRUDE CON1  Jun14 USD 102.38 -0.26 -0.25% ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Dive

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Dive

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Dive Chicago agricultural commodities fell across the board Tuesday on favorable weather and an outlook for record harvests. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery went down 7.25 cents, or 1.56%, to close at 4.5825 bu. Jul Wheat fell 8.25 cents, or 1.33%, to close at 6.125 bu. Jul Soybeans lost ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Grains Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Grains Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Grains Finish Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities finished mixed Monday, Corn, Wheat fell, and Soybean rose. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery dropped 0.25 cents, or 0.05%, to close at 4.655 bu. Jul Wheat fell 6.5 cents, or 1.04%, to close at 6.2075  bu. Jul Soybean rose 7.25 cents, or 0.49%, to ...
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  • Commodities: Commitments of Traders

    Commodities: Commitments of Traders

    Commodities: Commitments of Traders Speculators were mixed over the energy complex in the week ended 27 May. Net LENGTH for Crude Oil futures  +12 928 contracts from a week ago to 423,136, while net SHORT for heating oil -4, 532 contracts to 5 797. Net LENGTH for Gasoline fell 7, 091 contracts to 61, 877, ...
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  • Closing Commodities:Thompson Reuters CCI

    Closing Commodities:Thompson Reuters CCI

    Closing Commodities:Thompson Reuters CCI THOMSON REUTERS EQUAL WEIGHT CONTINUOUS COMMODITY INDEX (CCI)  547.99 Change -3.03 Open 0.00 High 550.32 Low 547.53 Times 05/30 17:00 Data as of 4:01am EDT 30 May 2014 COMMODITY FUTURES Energy:   Oil, Natural Gas, Electricity Metals:   Base Metals, Precious Metals Grains:   Corn/Maize, Wheat, Barley, Rice Oilseeds:   Soybeans, Rapeseed, Palm Oil Softs:   Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, Rubber, Citrus, Cotton Livestock:   Lean Hogs, Live Cattle Commodity Currency Last Change % Change Trade Date/Time LIGHT CRUDE ...
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  • War in Ukraine Drives Food Prices

    War in Ukraine Drives Food Prices

    World food prices rose in the first quarter of the year for the first time since their all-time high in august 2012 driven by rising demand in china drought in the United States and unrest in Ukraine. According to the World Bank internationally traded food prices increased by a sharp four per cent. the leap ...
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  • Chicago Grain Futures Edge Down Friday

    Chicago Grain Futures Edge Down Friday

    Chicago Grain Futures Edge Down Friday Chicago agricultural commodities edged down across the board Friday. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 3.75 cents, or 0.80%, to close at 4.6575 bu. The most active Soybean contract for Jul delivery fell 5.75 cents, or 0.38%, to close at 14.9325 bu. The most active Wheat ...
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  • LME And CME Contending To Establish New Silver Fix

    LME And CME Contending To Establish New Silver Fix

    As the century old London silver price benchmark or commonly referred to as "fix" is set to expire this August, two of the world's biggest metal exchanges have become active to replace it with a new benchmark, through separate talks though. Two Competitors On Thursday, both London Metal Exchange and CME Group confirmed that they ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed Chicago agricultural commodity futures traded mixed Thursday, Corn and Wheat prices down, Soybean price up on tight stocks. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 3 cents, or 0.63%, to settle at 4.695 bu. Jul Wheat lost 6.25 cents, or 0.98%, to settle at 6.325 bu. Jul Soybean ...
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  • HEFFX FX Technicals

    HEFFX FX Technicals

    Crude Oil (NYMEX) (N4) Intraday: the downside prevails. Pivot: 103.55Our preference: Short positions below 103.55 with targets @ 102.45 & 102.1 in extension.Alternative scenario: Above 103.55 look for further upside with 104.35 & 104.75 as targets.Comment: The RSI is capped by a declining trend line. Opinion published is an intraday view. Green Lines Represent Resistances ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finished Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Wednesday with Corn and Soybean rising and Wheat falling. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 2.75 cents, or 0.59%, to close at 4.725 bu. The most active Soybean contract for Jul delivery rose 9 cents, or 0. 60%, to close at 14.9775 ...
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  • Technical Outlook For US Coffee

    Technical Outlook For US Coffee

    Coffee US Coffee CFD closed lower Tuesday. Prices closed nearer the session low and closed at a 6 wk low close Wednesday. The Coffee Bulls have a slight overall near-term technical advantage. But, Coffee prices are in a 4 wk old downtrend on the daily chart. Stay tuned... HeffX-LTN Paul Ebeling
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fell Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fell Across The Board

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Fell Across The Board Chicago agricultural commodities edged down Tuesday with Corn, Soybeans and Wheat falling. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery fell 8.25 cents, or 1.73%, to close at 4.6975 bu. The most active Soybean contract for Jul delivery fell 26.75 cents, or 1.77%, to close at 14.8875 bu. ...
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  • Investment in China Continues to Slow

    Investment in China Continues to Slow

    China's fixed asset investment is expected to grow by 17 percent year on year in q2 the china securities journal reported on Friday citing a report from the state information center. The projection is a further slowdown from 17.6 percent for q1. the report by the government think tank said investment in manufacturing and housing ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Close Mixed Ahead Of US Holiday

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Close Mixed Ahead Of US Holiday

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Close Mixed Ahead Of US Holiday Chicago agricultural commodities close mixed Friday, Corn rising, Wheat and Soybean falling. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 1.25 cents, or 0.26%, to 4.78 bu. Jul Wheat dropped 6.75 cents, or 1.02%, to 6.525 bu. Jul Soybeans lost 3.25 cents, or 0.21%, to ...
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  • IRRI Pushes For Rice Futures Market In Asia

    IRRI Pushes For Rice Futures Market In Asia

    IRRI Pushes For Rice Futures Market In Asia The Philippine-based International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) Thursday renewed its call for the establishment of a Rice index and Commodities exchange in Asia. IRRI Director-General Robert Zeigler said a Rice futures market will help stabilize Rice trade in the region. "A well-regulated rice futures market will benefit ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Closed Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Closed Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Closed Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities futures ended mixed Wednesday, with Corn and Soybean up, and Wheat off. The most active Corn contract for Jul delivery rose 1 cent, or 0.21%, to close at 4.745 bu. Jul Wheat fell 6.25 cents, or 0.93%, to close at 6.6425 bu. Jul Soybean went up 35.5 ...
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  • Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee

    Technical Analysis For US Coffee US Coffee CFD closed higher Tuesday. The high range close set the stage for a steady to higher opening Wednesday. Stochastics and the RSI are oversold and are turning Neutral to Bullish signalling that sideways to higher prices are possible near term. Closes above the 20-Day MA crossing will confirm ...
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  • Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed

    Chicago Agricultural Commodities Finish Mixed Chicago agricultural commodities closed mixed Monday, with Corn falling, and Wheat and Soybean rising. The most active Corn contract for July delivery fell 6.25 cents, or 1.29%, to close at 4.7725 bu. Jul Wheat gained 0.25 cents, or 0.04%, to close at 6.745 bu. Jul Soybean soared 20.25 cents, or ...
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  • Agricultural Grain Yields Seen Suffering From El Nino

    Agricultural Grain Yields Seen Suffering From El Nino

    Agricultural Grain Yields Seen Suffering From El Nino Global Corn, Wheat, and  Rice yields appear to suffer from the El Nino weather event, Soybean may benefit, according to a study led by agricultural-weather researcher Toshichika Iizumi. An analysis of wheat productivity found global yields for the world’s most widely grown grain were on average 1.4% ...
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