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  • Shanghai half marathon ditches Adidas shirts ahead of Sunday's race

    The Shanghai Half Marathon, scheduled for Sunday, has scrapped plans to provide runners with Adidas-branded T-shirts, according to messages sent to participants, as the German firm remains under pressure in China over comments it made on cotton from the country's western Xinjiang region.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Thursday, April 15 2021 Natural Rubber Turnover: 443,432 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Apr-21--- 13,500 13,500 0 0 65 May-21 13,425 13,525 13,350 13,430 13,315 115 53,333 46,130 Jun-21 13,495 13,595 13,445 13,525 13,425 100 244 1,361 Jul-21 13,555 13,685 13,545 13,605 13,475 130 295 842 Aug-21 13,600 13,735 13,570 13,660 13,505 155 94 1,715 Sep-21 13,635 13,765 13,575 13,665 13,545 120 368,042 226,420 Oct-21 13,740 13,850 13,670 13,750 13,625...

  • Exclusive: New zinc-fortified wheat set for global expansion to combat malnutrition

    Scientists at a leading global grains research institute expect to sharply ramp up new wheat varieties enriched with zinc that can boost the essential mineral for millions of poor people with deficient diets, the institute's head told Reuters.

  • GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Wheat Higher on Midwest Cold Snap. Wheat for May delivery rose 2.9% to $6.48 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday, with colder weather hitting the Midwest that could damage winter wheat crops as harvest season approaches. Corn for May delivery rose 2.4% to $5.94 a bushel, the highest close since July 2013. Soybeans for May delivery rose 1.5% to $14.10 a bushel.

  • LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Covid-19 Still Shutting Meat Plants-- Market Talk. 1233 ET- Though more essential workers are being vaccinated against Covid-19, infections among meatpacking workers are still forcing temporary plant shutdowns. Cargill says that on Tuesday it began idling its London, Ontario poultry plant, which processes 100,000 chickens a day, in what the company said was a precautionary step as cases rise in the community.

  • Bunge's bid to extend Brazil grains port deal blocked by injunction

    A bid by agricultural commodities trader Bunge (BG) to extend its dominant role at a strategic Brazilian port's public terminal for two years has been blocked by a temporary court decision, according to documents seen by Reuters.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Wednesday, April 14 2021 Natural Rubber Turnover: 395,499 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Apr-21--- 13,500 13,500 0 0 65 May-21 13,355 13,445 13,195 13,315 13,260 55 47,051 49,859 Jun-21 13,410 13,550 13,280 13,425 13,345 80 340 1,371 Jul-21 13,510 13,605 13,370 13,475 13,435 40 275 964 Aug-21 13,525 13,650 13,410 13,505 13,470 35 446 1,738 Sep-21 13,555 13,675 13,420 13,545 13,490 55 325,967 228,684 Oct-21 13,620 13,765 13,515 13,625 13,590 35...

  • GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Corn Rises on Brazilian Crop Dryness. Corn for May delivery rose 1.9% to $5.80 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Tuesday in reaction to dry conditions seen in Brazilian crop-growing areas. Soybeans for May delivery rose 0.5% to $13.89 1/ 2 a bushel.

  • LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Demand for Dining Is on the Rise, While Supply Issues Become More Manageable. People are eager to splurge on meals, says Chris Pappas, chief executive of Chefs' Warehouse Inc., a food supplier that sells to restaurateurs and dining groups. "There is tremendous pent-up demand for aspirational dining, celebratory dining," Mr.

  • Forget about meat, France's Avril to focus on plants

    French agri-food group Avril has decided to sell its animal processing units to focus acquisitions and investment in its core plant-based business and take advantage of a surge in demand for alternatives to meat. Created by French oilseed and protein crop growers, Avril is the European Union's largest biodiesel maker and a leader in animal nutrition, cooking oil and plant-based chemical products.

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