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  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Friday, February 14 2020 Natural Rubber Turnover: 207,083 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Mar-20--- 11,350 11,350 0 0 66 Apr-20--- 11,405 11,405 0 0 39 May-20 11,445 11,490 11,320 11,400 11,465 -65 167,932 165,500 Jun-20--- 11,485 11,485 0 0 43 Jul-20 11,535 11,610 11,535 11,555 11,635 -80 5 19 Aug-20 11,600 11,600 11,590 11,595 11,670 -75 2 22 Sep-20 11,770 11,780 11,625 11,695 11,760 -65 36,636 61,318 Oct-20 11,790 11,795 11,790 11,790 11,900 -110 2 14...

  • Coronavirus reroutes U.S. chicken shipments bound for China

    Ships carrying refrigerated cargo containers of chicken from the United States to China are being diverted to ports in Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a U.S. poultry export trade group.

  • Coronavirus reroutes U.S. chicken shipments bound for China

    Ships carrying refrigerated cargo containers of chicken from the United States to China are being diverted to ports in Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a U.S. poultry export trade group.

  • LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Kraft Heinz Plans Marketing Binge to Lift Sales-- 2nd Update. Kraft Heinz Co. and other big food makers are ramping up advertising after years of cost cutting, recognizing a need to generate new enthusiasm for their condiments, candies and snacks. Kraft Heinz, which reported lower fourth-quarter sales on Thursday, said additional spending was necessary to bolster its strongest products as shoppers drifted toward lower-price store brands and newer niche products.

  • GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Corn Futures Slide as Coronavirus Infections Accelerate. Corn for March delivery fell 0.9% to $3.79 1/ 2 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade on Thursday, with hopes for stronger export demand in the near future being dashed as coronavirus outbreak appears to be growing. Wheat for March delivery fell 0.6% to $5.44 1/ 4 a bushel.

  • USDA Chicago Terminal Grain - Feb 13

    GX_GR110 Springfield, IL Thu, Feb 13, 2020 USDA-IL Dept of Ag Market News Chicago Terminal Grain Report To Arrive Truck and Rail Bids for Grain Delivered to Chicago. The following quotations represent Bids from Terminal Elevators, Processors, Mills, and Merchandisers after 1:30 p.m. today. Grain Bids Delivery Change Basis Change SRW Wheat 5.5925-5.8425 30 Days DN 3.25 15 H to 40 H UNCH Soybeans 8.8125-8.9425 Spot UP 3.75 -15 H to -2 H UNCH Soybeans 8.8125-8.9425 15-30 Days UP 3.75...

  • Kraft Heinz takes $666 million charge, misses sales expectations

    Kraft Heinz Co (KHC) on Thursday missed quarterly sales estimates, forecast lower full-year core earnings, and wrote down the value of some businesses - including coffee brand Maxwell House - by $666 million. The Chicago-based company also highlighted "very, very volatile" pork prices due to problems in China including the deadly coronavirus, African swine fever and trade uncertainties.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Thursday, February 13 2020 Natural Rubber Turnover: 177,058 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Mar-20 11,350 11,350 11,350 11,350 11,430 -80 1 66 Apr-20--- 11,405 11,405 0 0 39 May-20 11,460 11,535 11,390 11,465 11,455 10 146,664 167,123 Jun-20 11,485 11,485 11,485 11,485 11,485 0 1 43 Jul-20--- 11,635 11,635 0 0 15 Aug-20--- 11,670 11,670 0 0 22 Sep-20 11,780 11,830 11,690 11,760 11,750 10 29,313 60,540 Oct-20 11,900 11,900 11,900 11,900 11,830 70 1 12 Nov-20...

  • GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Wheat Prices Regain Some Ground. Wheat for March delivery rose 1% to $5.47 1/ 2 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday, with traders stopping the contract's selling momentum. Soybeans for March delivery rose 0.9% to $8.92 1/ 2 a bushel.

  • LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Bunge Sees Signs of Improvement in China Hogs-- Market Talk. 0857 ET- Executives of agriculture conglomerate Bunge say there are reasons to hope that China is getting past the African swine fever outbreak that's estimated to have led to the culling of hundreds of millions of hogs in the world's top pork-producing nation. Bunge CEO Greg Heckman says that China's sow population has rebounded by about 2%, a necessary step for rebuilding herds there, and feed demand is improving,...

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