China’s inventory of breeding sows rose while the rate of decline for the world’s largest pork producer’s pig herd slowed.
Gold prices did not move much on Wednesday as traders await the next chapter in the US-China trade war.
Coffee farmers in Karnataka are either selling their estates or killing themselves as growing the cash crop is becoming more unviable.
Soybeans up for 5th session on hopes of higher Chinese demand.
Weekly News Summary for November 29 to December 5, 2019 Friday, Nov. 29, 2019: Global Stocks Down on Trade Concerns Stock markets worldwide weakened overnight, as…
Coffee pushed up to a 1-year high, and the Dec nearest-futures contract posted a 13-1/2 month high.
Oil gained on Wednesday ahead of meetings this week where OPEC and its allies are expected to extend production curbs to support the market.
The U.S. oil prices fell on Tuesday amid market jitters over limited progress between China and U.S on declining trade tariffs.
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