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  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Tech Stocks, Omicron Concerns Pull Stock Markets Down. Major U.S. indexes gave up their strong early gains and turned lower, setting them on track to finish a bumpy week on Wall Street with losses. Wages Shoot Up in Travel, Food and Other In-Demand Industries.

  • ICE Review: Higher Soy Complex Pushes Up Canola

    WINNIPEG--Although Intercontinental Exchange canola futures closed higher Friday, they pulled back from much larger increases from earlier in the day. Support came from strong upticks in the Chicago soy complex, but there were small losses in Malaysian palm oil, while European rapeseed ended mixed. Good gains in global crude oil gave way to prices being steady to lower and hurting edible oil values.

  • Front Month ICE Brent Crude Fell 2.39% This Week to Settle at $69.88 -- Data Talk

    Front Month ICE Brent Crude for Feb. delivery lost $1.71 per barrel, or 2.39% to $69.88 this week. --Down for six consecutive weeks. --Down $15.65 or 18.30% over the last six weeks.

  • Front Month Nymex Crude Fell 2.77% This Week to Settle at $66.26 -- Data Talk

    Front Month Nymex Crude for Jan. delivery lost $1.89 per barrel, or 2.77% to $66.26 this week. --Down for six consecutive weeks. --Down $17.50 or 20.89% over the last six weeks.

  • Front Month Nymex Natural Gas Fell 24.56% This Week to Settle at $4.1320 -- Data Talk

    Front Month Nymex Natural Gas for Jan. delivery lost $1.35 per million British thermal units, or 24.56% to $4.1320 per million British thermal units this week. --Largest one week net decline since the week ending Aug. 24, 2007. --Largest one week percentage decline on record.

  • Trade Deficit, Consumer Prices on Deck -- Data Week Ahead

    The following are forecasts for next week's U.S. data from a survey compiled by The Wall Street Journal. DATE TIME RELEASE PERIOD CONSENSUS PREVIOUS Tuesday 0830 U.S. Trade Deficit Oct $67.0 B $80.9 B 0830 Productivity 3 Q -5.0% -5.0%* 0830 Unit Labor Costs 3 Q +8.3% +8.3%* 1500 Consumer Credit Oct+ $33.5 B+ $29.9 B Wednesday 1000 Job Openings Oct 10.5 M 10.4 M& Labor Turnover Thursday 0830 Jobless Claims Dec 4 229 K 222 K 1000 Wholesale Inventories Oct +2.2% +1.4% Friday 0830 Consumer...

  • ICE Canola Midday: Strength in Edible Oils Underpinning Increases

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--Intercontinental Exchange canola futures were stronger at midday Friday, due to good gains in the Chicago soy complex and European rapeseed, while Malaysian palm oil nudged a little higher. Support for edible oils was coming from increases in global crude oil prices. A trader said the production report from Statistics Canada released this morning had "maybe a little bit" of an effect on canola futures.

  • U.S. Services Sector Growth Accelerated to New Record-High in November -- ISM

    The U.S. services sector gained momentum in November, hitting a record-high growth rate for the second straight month, data from a purchasing managers survey compiled by the Institute for Supply Management showed Friday. The ISM Services Report on Business PMI rose to 69.1 in November from 66.7 in October, beating the 65.0 consensus forecast from economists polled by The Wall Street Journal. The index, which marks an all-time survey high, signals that the U.S. services sector...

  • ICE Canola Up Sharply Friday Morning

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba--The ICE Futures canola market was stronger Friday morning, finding support from Statistics Canada's updated production estimates confirming the tight supply situation. The government agency pegged the 2021/ 22 canola crop at 12.6 million tons, which was down from the 12.8 million tons forecast in September and well below the 19.5 million tons grown the previous year. The Dec. 3 report was the first of the year conducted using farmer surveys, with previous...

  • U.S. Services Sector Growth Cooled Slightly in November -- IHS Markit

    The U.S. service sector growth slowed slightly in November as supply and labor strains continued to hamper activity, data from a survey of purchasing managers showed Friday. Services Purchasing Managers' Index compiled by IHS Markit stood at 58.0 in November, down from 58.7 in October, but higher than the preliminary estimate of 57.0 and the 57.1 forecast from economists polled by The Wall Street Journal. The indicator suggests that the U.S. services sector continued to expand as...

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