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  • China's New Home Prices Edged Down in September Amid Speculation Curbs

    BEIJING--China's September new home prices declined for the first time since March 2015, amid tighter measures to curb housing speculation and cool the property sector. Average new home prices in China's 70 major cities edged down 0.08% in September from the previous month, compared with a 0.16% increase in August. Meanwhile, fewer cities reported a price increase from the prior month, with prices of new homes rising only in 27 out of 70 cities in September, down from 46 cities in...

  • China PBOC Keeps Loan Prime Rate Unchanged

    China's central bank kept its benchmark loan prime rate unchanged on Wednesday. The one-year LPR remained at 3.85% and five-year LPR at 4.65%, the bank said. The last time the central bank cut the LPR was April last year when the economy was hit by the pandemic shock.

  • U.S. Crude-Oil Stockpiles Likely Increased in DOE Data, Analysts Say -- Update

    U.S. crude-oil stockpiles are expected to increase from the previous week in data due Wednesday from the U.S. Energy Department, according to a survey of analysts and traders by The Wall Street Journal. Estimates from 10 analysts and traders showed U.S. oil inventories are projected to have climbed by 700,000 barrels for the week ended Oct. 15, with six analysts forecasting an increase and four analysts predicting a decline.

  • ICE Closing Review: Tight Supplies, Dry Prairies Push Up Canola

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--Intercontinental Exchange canola futures were stronger on Tuesday due to ongoing concerns about tight supplies and dry conditions across the Prairies. A trader commented the rolling out of the November contract into January was a major feature in today's trading. He added that crushers and other buyers are worried about the small amount of canola available on the market and are buying as much as they can.

  • Front Month ICE Brent Crude Rose 0.89% to Settle at $85.08 -- Data Talk

    Front Month ICE Brent Crude for Dec. delivery gained 75 cents per barrel, or 0.89% to $85.08 today. --Up three of the past four sessions. --A new 52- week high.

  • Front Month Nymex Crude Rose 0.63% to Settle at $82.96 -- Data Talk

    Front Month Nymex Crude for Nov. delivery gained 52 cents per barrel, or 0.63% to $82.96 today. --Up for four consecutive sessions. --Up $2.52 or 3.13% over the last four sessions.

  • Front Month Nymex Natural Gas Rose 1.98% to Settle at $5.0880 -- Data Talk

    Front Month Nymex Natural Gas for Nov. delivery gained 9.90 cents per million British thermal units, or 1.98% to$ 5.0880 per million British thermal units today. --Largest one day dollar and percentage gain since Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021. --Snaps a two session losing streak.

  • FTSE Closed Up Helped by Gains in Retail, Insurers

    The FTSE 100 index closed up on Tuesday helped by gains in retail stocks and insurers, as well as expectations from the Bank of England that it could raise rates later in the year as inflation rises and supply-chain pressures continue. According to Michael Hewson of CMC Markets, in the travel and leisure industry the consistent resilience in oil prices continued to act as a drag with IAG being the top loser, down 5.8% after its stock was downgraded to hold from buy by German brokerage...

  • U.S. Crude-Oil Stockpiles Likely Increased in DOE Data, Analysts Say

    U.S. crude-oil stockpiles are expected to increase from the previous week in data due Wednesday from the U.S. Energy Department, according to a survey of analysts and traders by The Wall Street Journal. Estimates from 10 analysts and traders showed U.S. oil inventories are projected to have climbed by 700,000 barrels for the week ended Oct. 15, with six analysts forecasting an increase and four analysts predicting a decline.

  • ICE Canola Midday: Dryness, Limited Supplies Fueling Increases

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--Intercontinental Exchange canola futures were higher at midday Tuesday, with more deferred positions seeing the largest gains. "There's the debate about how dry it is in Western Canada, the fact that seed supplies are limited the fact that other competing crops are extremely profitable," explained a trader. As well, he noted that crushers and other buyers have become concerned about canola supplies and they're looking to purchase what they can now with the...

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