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Everyone has a different opinion on how best to take the measure of the markets and the economy at large...The meeting covers a huge range of financial and policy topics, and ideas of all stripes are kicked around and discussed until a solid story
LTN Closing Grain Comments; Soybean market losses continue, the Soybean chart fell to new depths Friday, dragging the Wheat market down with it, but some friendly news for Corn-based Ethanol allowed that market to post some gains at the end of the
S. corn futures slid to a 12-week low, pressured by an increase in supplies from the U.S. harvest. Corn prices, which soared to record highs in August, are stumbling as U.S. farmers harvest their crops at a record pace, accentuating a seasonal rise
Futures closed mixed on the Chicago Board of Trade Thursday as the dollar index dropped 0.34 percent to 82.40 on the International Exchange. Corn was up 2 1/4 to up 3 3/4, soybeans were off 3 1/2 to off 10 3/4, wheat was up 15 to up 15 1/2 and oats
December corn is trading 5 cents higher near 7:30 am CST following yesterday's two sided trade. The corn market opened steady to slightly better overnight in low volume...European markets traded lower with Asia overnight and investors fear the
Rising food prices and global unrest might ensue from this month's worst US drought since the 1934 Dust Bowl, with 64 per cent of the country desperately hoping for rain...Since the global financial crisis began the upside has come from raw materials
Saturday August 11 2012 Shares in European regional airline Flybe tumbled as much as 15pc yesterday after it warned on its outlook and said its aircraft leaving the UK are now typically less than two-thirds full. It warned revenue could slip 2pc in
Aug 10, 2012 3:11 PM by NBC News Updated: Aug 10, 2012 3:12 PM Rows of corn stalks and soybeans are wilting under the unrelenting sun in the nation's breadbasket...Drought Map shows excessively dry conditions in all of the Plains states.
The impact of the extraordinary weather the U.S. has been experiencing in 2012 will be felt globally and well into next year, at least. Americans are enduring not only record heat but also near-record dryness in the central region of the country...
For nations like China and India fighting to tamp down inflation while spurring growth, even as the global economy faces headwinds from Europe's debt crisis, shrinking U.S. crops could be an additional headache as food prices creep higher. Add to