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OPEC officials debate thorny issue of how to implement supply cut

VIENNA OPEC officials began talks in Vienna on Friday aimed at working out details of their oil supply-cut agreement, which they concede is looking more complicated by the day.


Russia's Putin to get oil firms together before OPEC meeting: sources

MOSCOW President Vladimir Putin will organize a gathering of domestic oil producers a week before the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries meets on Nov. 30 to discuss possible output curbs, industry sources told Reuters on Friday.


Bargain-hunting funds grab high stakes in metal trade start-ups

LONDON Funds are taking large stakes in new, smaller, metal trading houses because they see potential for lucrative earnings in the sector, which investors had ignored due to poor returns.


Exxon Mobil profit drops 38 percent but beats estimates

HOUSTON Exxon Mobil Corp, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, on Friday reported a 38 percent drop in quarterly profit that still beat Wall Street's expectations as cost cuts partly offset declining crude oil prices.


Oil prices slip, OPEC doubts weigh ahead of U.S. rig count data

NEW YORK Oil prices edged lower on Friday, on track for their biggest weekly loss in six weeks, on doubts about OPEC's planned output cut and ahead of U.S. rig count data that has steadily increased in the last few months. | Video


Volumes down, discontent up on the London Metal Exchange: Andy Home

LONDON Volumes are falling. Discontent is rising. Even the London Metal Exchange's (LME) new building in Finsbury Square was a let-down.

U.S. gas prices slump as warm weather persists: Kemp

LONDON Warmer than normal weather is forecast to persist across the United States well into November, which has sent gas prices tumbling, reversing an earlier rally.


Crisis at Venezuela’s PDVSA deepens as Caribbean debts pile up

HOUSTON Unpaid debts and broken promises are making Venezuelan oil giant PDVSA an outcast in several Caribbean countries where it had been a guest of honor.


EU holds up ChemChina's $43 billion acquisition of Syngenta

BRUSSELS European Union antitrust regulators on Friday opened an in-depth investigation into state-owned Chinese chemicals group ChemChina's $43 billion bid for Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta , China's biggest-ever foreign acquisition.


Argentina's YPF says to study offshore drilling with Statoil

BUENOS AIRES Argentina's state-controlled energy company YPF said on Friday it signed a deal with Norway's Statoil to study potential offshore drilling sites off Argentina's Atlantic coast.

Net Change
10/28 11:24
Data as of11:56am 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  Nov16 USD 49.20 -0.52 -1.05% 10/28 11:45
NO 2 HT OIL CON1  Oct16 USD 1.55 -0.02 -1.22% 10/28 11:44
NATURAL GAS CON1  Nov16 USD 3.09 +0.03 +0.81% 10/28 11:43
100 OZ GOLD MAR4  Oct16 USD 1,273.10 +4.90 +0.39% 10/28 09:53
SILVER 5000 CON1  Oct16 USD 17.60 -0.00 -0.01% 10/28 11:41
HG COPPER CON1  Oct16 USD 2.19 +0.03 +1.23% 10/28 11:28
CORN CON1  Dec16 USC 356.75 -0.75 -0.21% 10/28 11:45
WHEAT CON1  Dec16 USC 409.00 -5.50 -1.33% 10/28 11:44
SOYBEANS CON1  Nov16 USC 1,014.25 +0.00 +0.00% 10/28 11:44
SUGAR 11 CON1  Feb17 USC 22.25 -0.34 -1.51% 10/28 11:43
COFFEE C CON1  Dec16 USC 166.15 +1.35 +0.82% 10/28 11:44
COCOA CON1  Dec16 USD 2,754.00 +22.00 +0.81% 10/28 11:43
FROZEN OJ CON1  Nov16 USC 217.00 +1.90 +0.88% 10/28 11:36
COTTON NO 2 CON1  Dec16 USC 70.83 +1.07 +1.53% 10/28 11:43
LIVE HOGS CON1  Dec16 USC 45.92 +0.55 +1.21% 10/28 11:44
LIVE CATTLE CON1  Oct16 USC 104.70 +0.57 +0.55% 10/28 11:42
Data as of11:56am 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 0.32
Date as of 10/28 11:56 (Delayed at least 20 minutes)