*Lower coffee, sugar futures linked to weak Brazil currency. NEW YORK/ LONDON, July 28- Arabica coffee futures on ICE flirted with a 1-1/ 2- year low in choppy dealings on Tuesday, buoyed earlier by short-covering but pressured by the tumbling currency in top grower Brazil, while robustas tapped a two-month low. Arabica prices bounced as the market lacked enough...» Read More
*Drillers add 21 oil rigs in U.S. this week- Baker Hughes. NEW YORK, July 24- Brent and U.S. crude futures settled on Friday at their lowest since March and posted their fourth straight weekly decline as weak economic data from China and a rise in U.S. oil drilling rigs applied pressure. U.S. energy firms added 21 oil rigs this week after pulling seven rigs last week, oil...
*Cocoa futures make biggest weekly drop since January. NEW YORK/ LONDON, July 24- Cocoa futures on ICE fell on Friday, on pressure from heavy speculative selling and a commodity-wide selling spree, while raw sugar turned sharply lower, falling to a one-month low on pressure from the currency in top grower Brazil. Cocoa futures fell in heavy volume and took their...
NEW YORK, July 24- Brent and U.S. crude futures extended losses to session lows on Friday after Baker Hughes Inc data showed companies added 21 oil rigs in the United States this week. Brent crude was down 80 cents at $54.47 a barrel at 1:18 p.m. EDT, after falling to $54.30. U.S. crude was down 52 cents at $47.93, having dropped to $47.72 after the rig-count report was...
BRENT CRUDE FUTURES EXTEND LOSSES TO SESSION LOW AFTER DATA SHOWS U.S.
CRUDE FUTURES EXTENDS LOSSES TO SESSION LOW AFTER DATA SHOWS U.S.
NEW YORK, July 24- Brent futures fell and U.S. crude turned lower on Friday as both contracts headed for their fourth straight weekly declines as weak economic data from China added pressure on oil prices. U.S. crude losses follow Thursday's fall into bear market territory, with it $48.45 a barrel settlement off 21 percent from the June 10 close at $61.43.
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LONDON, July 24- Arabica coffee futures on ICE dropped for the eighth straight session on Friday, hitting a 1-1/ 2 year low on pressure from a stronger dollar, while cocoa held steady after Asia grind data met expectations. Sugar futures edged up after Brazilian cane industry data on Thursday showed a drop in the cane crush in the first half of July.
July 24- U.S. stock index futures were higher on Friday after three straight days of losses as Amazon, Visa and Starbucks beat expectations. *Starbucks rose 4.3 percent to $59 after the world's biggest coffee chain reported a higher quarterly profit. *Second-quarter S&P 500 earnings have been mixed, with 75 percent of companies so far beating analysts' profit...
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NEW YORK, July 23- Brent crude oil futures settled at its lowest since April on Thursday and U.S. crude fell into bear market territory and ended below $49 a barrel for the first time since late March, as persistent concerns about ample supply and shaky demand offset support from the dollar's weakness. U.S. crude's $48.45 a barrel settlement is down 21 percent from...
CHICAGO, July 23- U.S. soybean futures fell on Thursday as improving weather in major Midwest growing areas increased expectations of ample production, traders said. Wheat futures firmed on a round of bargain buying and technical support, snapping a seven session losing streak for the front-month contract. Chicago Board of Trade August soybean futures ended...
NEW YORK/ LONDON, July 23- Arabica coffee futures on ICE dropped for the seventh straight session on Thursday, falling 3 percent to a 1-1/ 2- year low on a pressure from the weak currency in top grower Brazil and automatic sell orders. September arabicas fell 3.5 cents, or 2.8 percent, to close at $1.2155 per lb, after falling to the lowest since January 2014 at $1.211.
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