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Asserting 'dominance,' Trump seeks boost for U.S. energy exports

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Thursday will lay out his plan for reducing regulations to boost already-abundant U.S. production of oil, natural gas and coal and export it around the world, creating American jobs and helping allies.


Has the oil market reached 'peak bear'?

LONDON Investor bets against the oil price are piling up at breakneck speed, the market is still buckling under the weight of excess supply for a third year in a row, but has bearish sentiment got out of hand?


Brazil meat inspection flaws flagged in new blow to sector

SAO PAULO Brazil's meat industry lacks enough inspectors to ensure the product is safe, a health inspectors union said on Monday, blaming government cutbacks for what the United States has called system-wide sanitary issues.


Clogged oil arteries slow U.S. shale rush to record output

GUERNSEY, WYOMING A gallon of gasoline that allows a driver on the U.S. East Coast to travel about 25 miles has already navigated thousands of miles from an oil field to one of the world's largest fuel markets.


TR Crop Watch: Corn yield hopes slide in SE Illinois - Braun

CHICAGO Unseasonably cool weather will continue for the Thomson Reuters Crop Watch corn and soybeans this week and the farmers have mixed feelings about it.


Hedge funds abandon all hope in OPEC: Kemp

LONDON “All hope abandon, ye who enter here,” is the warning inscribed above the gate of Hell, according to the Italian poet Dante Aligheri (“The Divine Comedy”, Inferno, Canto III, 1308-1320).

Australia backs lithium mine to spur battery push

The Australian government will invest in a lithium mine for the first time, as part of a wide-ranging effort to shore up power stability in a market increasingly dependent on variable wind and solar power.


Fight over Rio's mines means coal isn't dead; Adani woes show it's dying: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia Here's a question for the anti-coal lobby. If coal is dying, how come there is an increasingly heated bidding war going on for Rio Tinto's coal mines in Australia?


Oil up for fourth day on short-covering, supply glut caps gains

SINGAPORE Crude oil futures rose for a fourth consecutive session on Tuesday as investors covered short positions, though worries over a festering supply glut kept a lid on prices.


U.S. slaps dumping duties on Canadian wood, Ottawa vows to fight

WASHINGTON Escalating a trade dispute with Canada in the run-up to talks on renegotiating NAFTA, the U.S. Commerce Department on Monday imposed preliminary anti-dumping duties on Canadian softwood lumber of up to 7.72 percent.

Net Change
06/26 16:59
Data as of11:46pm EDT (Delayed at least 20 minutes).
Energy:   Oil, Natural Gas, Electricity
Grains:   Corn/Maize, Wheat, Barley, Rice
Oilseeds:   Soybeans, Rapeseed, Palm Oil
Softs:   Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, Rubber, Citrus, Cotton
Livestock:   Lean Hogs, Live Cattle
Commodity Currency Last Trade Price Change % Price Change Trade Time
LIGHT CRUDE CON1  Jul17 USD 43.46 +0.08 +0.18% 06/25 23:35
NO 2 HT OIL CON1  Jun17 USD 1.38 +0.00 +0.33% 06/25 23:13
NATURAL GAS CON1  Jun17 USD 3.04 +0.01 +0.40% 06/25 23:32
100 OZ GOLD C2  Jun17 USD 1,246.30 +0.00 +0.00% 06/26 11:12
SILVER 5000 CON1  Jun17 USD 16.56 +0.00 +0.00% 06/26 11:30
HG COPPER CON1  Jun17 USD 2.62 -0.01 -0.30% 06/26 22:30
CORN CON1  Jul17 USC 359.75 +0.75 +0.21% 06/26 23:33
WHEAT CON1  Jul17 USC 451.75 +1.75 +0.39% 06/26 23:34
SOYBEANS CON1  Jul17 USC 911.00 +4.25 +0.47% 06/26 23:32
SUGAR 11 CON1  Jun17 USC 12.61 +0.00 +0.00% 06/26 12:59
COFFEE C CON1  Jul17 USC 121.95 +0.00 +0.00% 06/26 10:54
COCOA CON1  Jul17 USD 1,809.00 +0.00 +0.00%
FROZEN OJ CON1  Jul17 USC 140.90 +0.00 +0.00% 06/26 13:58
COTTON NO 2 CON1  Sep17 USC 0.00 +0.00 +0.00%
LIVE HOGS CON1  Jul17 USC 87.03 +0.00 +0.00% 06/26 14:04
LIVE CATTLE CON1  Jun17 USC 121.47 +0.00 +0.00% 06/26 14:04
Data as of11:46pm EDT (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

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Short Term Rates
Prime 3.25
Discount 1.25
Fed Funds 0.25
1 Month Libor --
3 Month Libor 1.29
Date as of 06/26 23:46 (Delayed at least 20 minutes)