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  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Friday, June 5 2020 Natural Rubber Turnover: 427,838 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Jun-20 10,270 10,280 10,270- 10,000- 4 41 Jul-20 10,200 10,450 10,200- 10,165- 18 44 Aug-20 10,250 10,550 10,250- 10,220- 3 53 Sep-20 10,295 10,665 10,290- 10,330- 397,992 224,773 Oct-20 10,470 10,710 10,470- 10,445- 26 164 Nov-20 10,495 10,815 10,495- 10,495- 823 3,085 Jan-21 11,625 11,945 11,620- 11,640- 27,912 46,365 Mar-21 12,000 12,000 12,000- 11,815- 6 25 Apr-21---- 11,775- 0...

  • Global Stocks Advance

    International markets and U.S. stock futures rose, as investors continued to assess the pace of economic recovery. In Friday afternoon trading in Hong Kong, E-mini S&P 500 futures increased 0.8%, suggesting U.S. stocks could rise later in the day. South Korea's Kospi Composite added 1.4%, Japan's Nikkei 225 closed up 0.7% and Australia's S&P/ASX 200 inched up 0.1%, meaning all three have risen every session this week.

  • Mall Owner Simon Property Sues Gap Over Millions in Unpaid Rent -- WSJ

    This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal. Simon Property Group (SPG), the country's largest mall owner, filed a lawsuit against Gap Inc. (GPS) on Tuesday over unpaid rent and other charges it says amount to $66 million. In the filing, Simon Property (SPG) said the retailer has withheld rent for April, May and June.

  • Court Overturns EPA Approval of Bayer Weedkiller -- WSJ

    This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal. Bayer AG (BAYZF) was dealt a setback in its efforts to provide farmers with new weapons against hard-to-kill weeds, after a federal appeals court vacated the Trump administration's approval of a controversial weedkiller made by the agribusiness giant. Circuit Court of Appeals said Wednesday that the Environmental...

  • German Manufacturing Orders Had New Historic Plunge in April

    German manufacturing orders declined sharply on month in April, seeing its largest drop on record due to the coronavirus, federal statistics office Destatis said Friday. Manufacturing orders fell 25.8% in April in adjusted terms after an upward revised 15.0% decline in March, according to Destatis. Economists polled by The Wall Street Journal expected orders to decline 19.1% from the previous month.

  • Global Stocks Tread Water

    International markets were little changed, with persistent concerns over the pace of economic recovery tempering investor appetite after a recent rally. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index advanced slightly in Friday-morning trading. E-mini S&P 500 futures rose 0.3%, suggesting U.S. stocks could rise Friday.

  • Correction to Stocks Finished Mix Article

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 11.93 points, or 0.05%, to end at 26281.82 on Thursday. Companies including Microsoft, UnitedHealth Group and Nike were among the stocks in the index that fell. "Stocks Finish Mixed, Halting This Week's Rally" at 5:15 p.m. ET incorrectly said that the three companies dragged the index lower.

  • Trump Issues Order to Expedite Projects, Sidestep Environmental Reviews

    WASHINGTON-- President Trump has ordered federal agencies to use emergency authority to sidestep environmental reviews to expedite highways, pipelines and other major infrastructure projects as a way to boost an economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Trump signed Thursday builds off a national-emergency declaration for the pandemic with a broad effort to, at least temporarily, suspend bedrock environmental laws. It orders agencies to find projects that could...

  • UK Consumer Confidence Falls Further Despite Easing Coronavirus Lockdown

    Consumer confidence in the U.K. fell to its lowest level in more than a decade at the end of May, even as the country's coronavirus lockdown began to ease, data from GfK showed Friday. The GfK consumer confidence barometer stood at minus 36 at the end of May, a decrease of two points compared with a reading from two weeks earlier. The indicator fell to its lowest level since January 2009..

  • Mall Landlord Simon Property Suing Retailer Gap Over Missed Rent

    Simon Property Group (SPG), the country's largest mall owner, filed a lawsuit against Gap Inc. (GPS) on Tuesday over unpaid rent and other charges it says amount to $66 million. In the filing, Simon Property (SPG) said the retailer has withheld rent for April, May and June. The landlord is seeking to be paid rent for those months, as well as attorney fees and other charges, according to the lawsuit.

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