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Tunisia buys 159,000 tonnes of milling wheat PARIS/HAMBURG: Tunisia's state grains agency bought 159,000 tonnes of optional-origin milling wheat in a tender on Tuesday, European traders said.The prices paid ranged from $253.74 to $269.60 a tonne, cost and freight included, the traders said.Shipping dates ranged from July to September depending on origin. The wheat was likely to be sourced from the Black Sea region, they said. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

Euro coal prices dip on low summer demand LONDON: European physical coal prices eased on Tuesday afternoon despite the crisis in Ukraine as weak summer demand meant little need for new fuel orders.Cargoes for delivery in July to the European ports of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp (ARA) traded at $72.75 a tonne, down half a dollar since their last settlement, according to the GLOBALcoal trading platform. The August ARA contract slid by $1.35 to $73 a tonne."It's mild across Europe so demand is ...
Philippines buyers seek 180,200 T feed wheat, 133,900 T soymeal HAMBURG: A group of animal feed makers in the Philippines has issued a tender to purchase 180,200 tonnes of feed wheat and up to 133,900 tonnes of soymeal, European traders said on Tuesday.The tender deadline is June 17, traders said.The tonnage volume is not final and the amount purchased may vary according to the source regions selected, traders said.The feed wheat can be sourced from optional origins and was sought for shipment in four consignments ...
Copper gains, China stimulus measures in focus LONDON: Copper rose on Tuesday as China's affirmation of economic growth targets and expectations of further stimulus measures reassured investors and as concerns over a Chinese probe into metal financing receded.Three-month LME copper was at $6,716 a tonne at 1000 GMT, up 0.4 percent from the previous session's close.China is confident it will hit its growth target of 7.5 percent this year, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said, adding the government was ready to adjust policy ...
Gold slips before Fed; platinum flat on S.Africa wage offer LONDON: Gold fell on Tuesday as investors withdrew money from the top bullion fund before a Federal Reserve meeting, while platinum traded flat as details had yet to emerge on a wage agreement in the South African mining sector.Anglo American Platinum, Impala Platinum, Lonmin and union AMCU have agreed on a wage deal to end a five-month strike, but the timeframe and additional benefits are unresolved, a spokesman for Impala Platinum said.Spot platinum was down ...
ICE cocoa climbs towards near 3-year high, coffee down LONDON: ICE cocoa futures nudged towards a near-three year high on Tuesday, with rising prices expected to help switch the market into surplus in coming years from a current deficit.Coffee prices eased, underpinned by concerns over top grower Brazil's crop, while sugar prices were little changed.In cocoa, ICE's September contract traded up $10, or 0.3 percent, at $3,116 a tonne at 1135 GMT, below last week's near three-year peak of $3,125, the market's highest level ...
Copper rises on China growth pledge as Qingdao probe concerns fade LONDON: Copper rose from last week's one-month low on Monday as investors took heart from China's efforts to stem any growth slowdown, and as concerns over a Chinese investigation into warehousing fraud faded.China is confident it will hit its growth target of 7.5 percent this year, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday, adding the government was ready to adjust policy to make sure it does.The Chinese economy showed some signs of stabilising in May ...


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