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Markets - Commodities

Markets - Commodities - Europe

Tunisia tenders to buy soft wheat, durum and barley HAMBURG: Tunisia's state grains agency has issued international tenders to purchase 67,000 tonnes of soft milling wheat, 42,000 tonnes of durum and 25,000 tonnes of feed barley, European traders said on Tuesday. The grains can all be sourced from optional origins, they said. Copyright Reuters, 2016

Markets - Commodities - Americas

US Cash Soymeal-Offers steady to lower on demand, soy harvest CHICAGO: Spot basis offers for soymeal were steady to lower in US rail, truck and export markets on Tuesday as crushing supplies expanded amid the accelerating soybean harvest and demand remained lackluster, dealers said.Some domestic and international buyers were delaying purchases on ideas that prices will extend losses on better-than-expected soybean yields and US Department of Agriculture outlooks for a record-large US soybean crop.Chicago Board of Trade soymeal futures were trading at the lowest levels ...

Markets - Commodities - Americas

CBOT soybeans rebound from 5-month low on short-covering CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures edged higher on Tuesday, rebounding from a five-month low on short-covering and as rains delayed the harvest in some parts of the United States, traders said.Most-active CBOT November soybeans surged nearly 20 cents from a session low and five-month low of $9.34 per bushel as traders exited short positions ahead of a US Department quarterly grain stocks report due on Friday.Soymeal futures were slightly higher, also rising from ...

Markets - Commodities - Europe

Gold down as dollar and stocks gain after US debate LONDON: Gold fell on Tuesday as the dollar and stocks gained ground on the view that US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton got the better of rival Donald Trump in their first debate.Markets have tended to see Clinton as the candidate of the status quo, while few are sure what a Trump presidency might mean for US foreign policy, trade and the domestic economy.Gold, which is often seen as an alternative investment in times of geopolitical ...

Markets - Commodities - Asia

Soybeans rise from 1-week low on slow US harvest; wheat firms SINGAPORE: Chicago soybean futures rose on Tuesday, recovering from last session's over one-week low, as a US government report showed the harvest across the Midwest lagged expectations following heavy rains.Corn ticked higher after suffering its biggest daily loss in two weeks in the previous session, while wheat recouped some of Monday's sharp fall.Chicago Board of Trade most-active soybean contract had climbed 0.3 percent to $9.48 a bushel by 0346 GMT, having closed down 1 percent ...

Markets - Commodities - Asia

Palm drops from 5-month high on low demand, weaker rival oils KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures on Tuesday slid from a five-month high, hit in the previous session, on track with weaker-performing rival oils and as low exports weigh on sentiment.Benchmark palm oil futures for December on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange fell 1.1 percent to 2,686 ringgit ($652) a tonne at the midday break.Traded volumes stood at 9,483 lots of 25 tonnes each at noon."Production is gradually improving but the demand is still lacking," ...

Markets - Commodities - Asia

Gold slips as stocks gain post US presidential debate BENGALURU: Gold edged lower on Tuesday after equity markets bounced back, hinting that investors were turning to riskier assets in a belief Democrat Hillary Clinton won the first US presidential debate against Republican Donald Trump.Asian shares recovered from an early bout of nerves while the Mexican peso surged on Tuesday.Markets have tended to see Clinton as the candidate of the status quo, while few are sure what a Trump presidency might mean for US foreign ...