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  • BHP First-Quarter Iron Ore, Copper Output Falls

    BHP Group Ltd. (BHP) produced less iron ore, copper and steelmaking coal in its first fiscal quarter mostly because of planned maintenance work at its operations. The world's biggest mining company by market value said it produced 63.3 million metric tons of iron ore in the three months through September, down 4% year-over-year and 3% lower than the quarter immediately prior. BHP reiterated that it expects to produce between 249 million and 259 million tons for the year through June,...

  • ICE Review: Canola Up on Monday

    WINNIPEG--The ICE Futures canola market was mostly stronger Monday, seeing a continuation of the previous week's gains as strength in outside vegetable oil markets provided support. Malaysian palm oil and Chicago soyoil futures were both higher on the day, which spilled over to underpin canola. Canada's tight supply situation was also supportive, although a broker noted that demand was already being rationed at current price levels.

  • Front Month ICE Brent Crude Fell 0.62% to Settle at $84.33 -- Data Talk

    Front Month ICE Brent Crude for Dec. delivery lost 53 cents per barrel, or 0.62% to $84.33 today. --Largest one day dollar and percentage decline since Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021. --Snaps a two session winning streak.

  • Front Month Nymex Crude Rose 0.19% to Settle at $82.44 -- Data Talk

    Front Month Nymex Crude for Nov. delivery gained 16 cents per barrel, or 0.19% to $82.44 today. --Up for three consecutive sessions. --Up $2.00 or 2.49% over the last three sessions.

  • Front Month Nymex Natural Gas Fell 7.78% to Settle at $4.9890 -- Data Talk

    Front Month Nymex Natural Gas for Nov. delivery lost 42.10 cents per million British thermal units, or 7.78% to$ 4.9890 per million British thermal units today. --Largest one day dollar and percentage decline since Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021. --Down for two consecutive sessions.

  • AGS WEEK AHEAD: Grains Traders Look to USDA for Guidance; Sugar Trapped in Narrow Range

    A roundup of key agricultural commodity markets for the week of Oct. 18-22 by Dow Jones Newswires in London. Grains were mixed Monday as traders awaited data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for clues on supply and demand.

  • ICE Canola Futures Rise With Outside Vegoils

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--The ICE Futures canola market was stronger at midday Monday, finding some direction from gains in outside vegetable oil markets. "Canola is already up where it needs to be and doesn't necessarily need to go higher, but it will if vegoil stays strong," said a Winnipeg-based trader, noting that canola was finding support from gains in Malaysian palm oil and Chicago Board of Trade soyoil futures. Canada's tight supply situation was also supportive, although the...

  • Bank of Canada Survey Finds Widespread Hiring, Investment Plans

    OTTAWA--Businesses in Canada say they are planning to increase their investments and hire staff as they deal with continued supply chain disruptions and labor shortages, a Bank of Canada survey found. The central bank's quarterly business outlook survey, released Monday, found firms' domestic and foreign sales prospects remained strong in the late summer, with businesses that provide in-person services expecting to benefit from easing Covid-19 restrictions and pent-up...

  • U.S. Home-Builder Sentiment Rose in October on Strong Demand -NAHB

    Confidence among U.S. homebuilders increased in October as demand remained strong despite growing affordability challenges stemming from rising material prices and shortages, according to a measure released Monday by the National Association of Home Builders. Here are the report's main takeaways:. --The association's housing-market index, which gauges the single-family housing market, climbed to 80 in October from 76 in September.

  • ICE Canola Weakens in Choppy Monday Morning Trade

    The ICE Futures canola market lower Monday morning, although activity was thin and choppy. Losses in Chicago Board of Trade soybeans and soyoil put some spillover pressure on canola. European rapeseed futures were also weaker.

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