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  • ICE Canola Futures Strengthen With Outside Markets

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--The ICE Futures canola market was stronger at midday Monday, taking some direction from outside vegetable oil markets. Chicago Board of Trade soyoil futures were posting solid gains, seeing a recovery after profit-taking weighed on values late last week. Malaysian palm oil and European rapeseed futures were also higher.

  • Texas Factory Production Eased in October -- Dallas Fed

    Growth in Texas factory output slowed in October compared with the previous month amid severe supply-chain bottlenecks, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas released Monday. The production index of the Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey, a key measure of state manufacturing conditions, decreased to 18.3 in October from 24.2 in September. The reading signals solid output growth, the Dallas Fed said.

  • ICE Canada Morning Comment: Canola Making Gains

    To start off the last week of October, Intercontinental Exchange canola futures were higher Monday morning. Support was coming from gains in the Chicago soy complex, as well as Malaysian palm oil and European rapeseed. Tight supplies and this year's lackluster production continued to underpin canola values.

  • Belgium Business Confidence Stabilizes in October

    Business sentiment in Belgium remained unchanged in October, beating expectations for a decline, data from the National Bank of Belgium showed Monday. Business confidence stayed at 4.0 in October, unchanged from the previous month. Economists polled by The Wall Street Journal had expected the indicator to decline to 2.0.

  • U.S. Economic Growth Lost Further Momentum in September -- Chicago Fed

    The U.S. economy grew in September at a slower pace than in the previous few months, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago released Monday. The Chicago Fed National Activity Index fell to minus 0.13 in September from 0.05 in August, below the 0.35 consensus forecast from economists polled by FactSet. The CFNAI index is composed of 85 economic indicators drawn from four broad categories of data: production and income; employment, unemployment and hours; personal...

  • EMEA Morning Briefing: Stocks to Edge Higher; China Restricts Travel Again as Cases Spike

    Germany Ifo Index; Bundesbank Monthly Report; updates from Galp Energia, Hermes, HSBC, SSAB. Europe is set for a positive open despite a mixed Asian session so far, as China restricts some travel following a Covid spike. The dollar and Treasury yields were lower, while U.S. oil and gold made further gains.

  • HSBC Holdings' Net Profit More Than Doubled in 3Q

    HSBC Holdings PLC's (HSBC) third-quarter net profit more than doubled from a year earlier, sustaining the strong earnings momentum posted so far this year as the bank continued to release allowances for expected credit losses amid rising vaccination rates and an improving economic outlook. Net profit surged to $3.54 billion in the quarter from $1.36 billion in the year-ago period, the Asia-focused lender said Monday. The result beat analysts' expectations in a FactSet poll.

  • Indian Morning Briefing: Asian Markets Slightly Higher at Start of Week

    GLOBAL MARKETS DJIA 35677.02 73.94 0.21% Nasdaq 15090.20 -125.50 -0.82% S&P 500 4544.90 -4.88 -0.11% FTSE 100 7204.55 14.25 0.20% Nikkei Stock 28543.20 -261.65 -0.91% Hang Seng 26092.98 -33.95 -0.13% Kospi 3010.35 4.19 0.14% SGX Nifty* 18155.50 11.0 0.06%* Oct contract USD/JPY 113.76-77 +0.24% Range 113.83 113.47 EUR/USD 1.1645-48 0.00% Range 1.1650 1.1636 CBOT Wheat Dec $7.560 per bushel Spot Gold $1794.77/ oz 0.1% Nymex Crude $83.99 $1.49 US STOCKS.

  • ICE Grain/Oilseed Review: Canola Comes Off Its Lows

    WINNIPEG--Intercontinental Exchange canola futures finished weaker Friday, but came well off their lows and even made gains prior to the close. A trader said the liquidation of the November contract will pick up the pace during the next week. Losses in Chicago soyoil, European rapeseed and Malaysian palm oil weighed on values.

  • Front Month ICE Brent Crude Rose 0.79% This Week to Settle at $85.53 -- Data Talk

    Front Month ICE Brent Crude for Dec. delivery gained 67 cents per barrel, or 0.79% to $85.53 this week. --Up for nine consecutive weeks. --Longest winning streak since the week ending April 30, 1999 when the market rose for ten straight weeks.

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