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  • South Korea's Economy Rebounds in 3Q on Exports

    South Korea's economy rebounded in the third quarter on a strong recovery in exports of cars and memory chips after sliding into a pandemic-induced recession. Gross domestic product expanded by 1.9% during the July-September period from the prior quarter-- the fastest pace since the first quarter of 2010, preliminary Bank of Korea data showed Tuesday. The reading beats the median forecast by seven economists polled by The Wall Street Journal for a 1.7% expansion.

  • China Is Far Behind on U.S. Purchases Under Trade Deal

    WASHINGTON-- China accelerated purchases of U.S. farm products last month, new data shows, but overall it remains far behind on a commitment to buy about $140 billion in U.S. goods this year under the bilateral trade accord signed Jan. 15.. As of Sep. 30, China had purchased $58.8 billion in goods covered by the agreement, according to calculations from Chad Bown of the Peterson Institute for International Economics based on Commerce Department figures released Monday.

  • LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Marfrig, ADM-Backed JV Joins Plant-Based Fray-- Market Talk. 1229 ET- Two of the world's top big-agriculture companies are taking the startup route to tap the plant-based foods surge. Marfrig, one of the world's biggest beef companies, and Archer Daniels Midland, a top supplier of animal feed, are formally launching a 70-30 joint venture called PlantPlus Foods that will make pea protein-based products, drawing on ADM's ingredients and crop-processing technology, and Marfrig's...

  • GRAIN HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day

    Wheat Lower as Rain Hits Parched Growing Areas. Wheat for December delivery fell 2% to $6.20 a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday, amid reports of rainfall hitting the U.S. Plains and Russia over the weekend into this week.

  • Stocks Slide on Coronavirus Uptick, Fading Stimulus Hopes

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 650 points Monday as coronavirus cases surged, adding to worries about the economic outlook after Congress and the White House failed to agree on a much-anticipated fiscal stimulus deal. Major indexes opened lower, and declines accelerated into the afternoon. In the Dow-- which suffered its steepest one-day point and percentage drop since Sept. 3-- 29 of 30 stocks fell on the day.

  • Stocks Slide on Coronavirus Uptick, Fading Stimulus Hopes

    Stocks dropped sharply Monday as coronavirus cases surged in the U.S. and Europe, adding to worries about the economic outlook after Congress and the White House failed to agree on a much-anticipated fiscal stimulus deal. Major indexes opened lower, and the declines accelerated into the afternoon. The Dow industrials fell 650 points, or 2.3%, the worst day for the blue chips since Sept. 3. The S&P 500 dropped 1.9%, and the Nasdaq Composite fell 1.6%.

  • USDA Crop Progress: Winter Wheat Condition/Progress-Oct 26

    For the week ended Oct 25, in percent. NOTE: Averages for are based on the number of planted acres, not the number of states. Wheat condition for Oct 18 was not reported.

  • USDA Crop Progress: Soybean Progress-Oct 26

    For the week ended Oct 25, in percent. NOTE: Averages for are based on the number of planted acres, not the number of states. NO CONDITION REPORTED: PROGRESS:-- Harvested-- 10/ 25 10/ 18 2019 Avg Ark 62 50 73 77 Ill 90 81 64 80 Ind 82 72 66 76 Iowa 94 90 61 72 Ks 78 64 49 55 Ky 51 42 66 59 La 97 93 97 96 Mich 73 64 47 63 Minn 98 96 56 83 Miss 79 72 89 89 Mo 50 40 38 53 Nebr 97 92 78 78 NC 21 18 38 31 ND 97 92 26 76 Ohio 73 65 66 78 SD 95 90 51 78 Tenn 51 41 69 66 Wis 85 72 42 65 18- state avg 83 75 57 73.

  • USDA Crop Progress: Corn Progress-Oct 26

    For the week ended Oct 25, in percent. NOTE: Averages for are based on the number of planted acres, not the number of states. NO CONDITION REPORTED: PROGRESS:-- Harvested-- 10/ 25 10/ 18 2019 Avg Colo 70 53 51 42 Ill 80 66 49 76 Ind 62 48 45 63 Iowa 78 65 23 45 Kans 85 76 71 79 Ky 86 80 93 90 Mich 34 24 19 35 Minn 72 63 19 47 Mo 72 64 61 81 Nebr 76 58 40 46 NC 95 93 96 96 ND 73 55 5 33 Ohio 32 24 34 52 Pa 48 33 50 52 SD 79 64 13 37 Tenn 91 83 97 96 Tex 89 85 84 83 Wis 40 27 11 32 18- state avg 72 60 38 56.

  • Stocks Slide on Coronavirus Uptick, Fading Stimulus Hopes

    U.S. stocks dropped sharply Monday as coronavirus cases surged in the U.S. and Europe, adding to worries about the economic outlook after Congress and the White House failed to agree on a much-anticipated fiscal stimulus deal. Major indexes opened lower, and the declines accelerated into the afternoon. All 30 components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average were lower, as were all 11 sectors of the S&P 500..

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