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  • Authorities working interviewing man from Indiana who told arresting officers that he was headed to a gay pride parade.

  • The most actively traded contract reached a 2- year high on expectations for increased export demand due to problems with crops in rival shippers Brazil and Argentina. July soybeans on the Chicago Board of Trade were up 0.3 percent at $11.79-3/ 4 per bushel at 12:30 p.m. CST, and reached the highest price for a most-active contract since June 2014.

  • WASHINGTON, June 9- Twenty-one U.S. states led by Texas and Arkansas on Thursday announced a lawsuit against Delaware, accusing it of violating federal law by snatching up to $400 million in unclaimed checks that should have gone to other states. "Delaware has our money," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said at a news conference outside the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • CHICAGO, June 9- Bets on U.S. lean hog futures hit a nearly two-year peak, CME Group data showed on Thursday, as investors gambled record-high pork prices in top consumer China will force the country to boost imports and as surging animal feed prices raise costs for U.S. hog producers. China was the top buyer of U.S. pork last week, purchasing 7,100 tonnes, weekly U.S....

  • The combination of Kite and WP Glimcher, with respective market capitalizations of $2.3 billion and $2 billion, would give them more scale to resist pressure to lower rents, as the growing popularity of online retailers reduces mall profits. WP Glimcher shares ended up 8.2 percent at $11.39 on Wednesday, and Kite shares dropped 1.6 percent to $27.39.

  • NEW YORK, June 7- A ruling by New York's highest court in a fraud case against former American International Group Inc Chief Executive Maurice "Hank" Greenberg could affect the state's case against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his defunct Trump University. The ruling means that Schneiderman can go after $5 million he says Trump...

  • CHICAGO, June 7- Collapsing prices for U.S. corn and soybeans have made it harder for some farmers to pay their property taxes, at a time when these tax bills are soaring and the rate of farm bankruptcies is growing. One farmer in Ohio said his property tax bill has skyrocketed to more than $100 an acre from less than $20 seven years ago. "I hear a lot of,' It's your fault for...

  • June 7- Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc agreed to buy fellow medical device maker LDR Holding Corp for about $1 billion deal to expand in the market for treating spine disorders. The $37 per share offer represents a premium of about 64 percent to LDR's Monday close. The company's biggest product is Mobi-C CDR, the first and only U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

  • NEW YORK, June 2- U.S. stocks edged higher on Thursday as another positive day for healthcare shares countered declines in tech and energy names and investors girded for the payrolls report on Friday. Investors are evaluating economic data to determine whether the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates as soon as its June 14-15 meeting.

  • CHICAGO, June 2- U.S. soybean futures soared to their highest in nearly two years on Thursday on hopes that export demand will rise amid concerns about the quality of the crop being harvested in Argentina. Soymeal futures led the gains in the soy complex, rising 3.5 percent on expectations that overseas buyers will start to turn to the United States to meet their...

  • President Barack Obama slammed Donald Trump's proposal to weaken Wall Street reforms and touted his own economic record on Wednesday during a trip to a city he visited three weeks into his presidency that has recovered from its recession lows. "How it is that somebody would propose that we weaken regulations on Wall Street? By going to Elkhart, the president...

  • WINNIPEG, May 25- U.S. soybean futures jumped 3 percent on Wednesday, the biggest gain for the most-active contract in two weeks, boosted by concerns about a possible shortage of soymeal from Argentina. Chicago Board of Trade July soybeans gained 30-3/ 4 cents at $10.85-1/ 2 a bushel, touching a one-week high. "It's all on the meal market," said Bill Gary, president of...

  • WINNIPEG, May 25- U.S. soybean futures jumped more than 2 percent on Wednesday, boosted by concerns about a possible shortage of soymeal from Argentina. Chicago Board of Trade July soybeans was up 22-3/ 4 cents, or 2.2 percent, at $10.77-1/ 2 a bushel at 10:14 a.m. CDT. "It's all on the meal market," said Bill Gary, president of Commodity Information Systems.

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  • NEW YORK, May 18- Andersons Inc, an Ohio- based grain merchant set up about 70 years ago as a truck terminal, has rejected a $1 billion hostile takeover bid from HC2 Holdings Inc, a company run by former hedge fund manager Philip Falcone. It also has stakes in four ethanol plants which it manages in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Iowa; leases and manages a fleet of more than...

  • *Poor weather in South America fuels harvest concerns. CHICAGO, May 17- U.S. grain and soy futures jumped on Tuesday as investors sunk money into commodities, extending a run-up in prices linked to poor weather that has hurt harvests in South America. The gains were "really more of a capital flow issue more than anything else," said Steve Erdman, president of broker EFG...

  • Among the states affected are Florida and Oklahoma, which have been among the leaders in executions since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976.. Drug scarcity is also an obstacle for Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wyoming. Ohio, which has executed 53 inmates since...

  • *Poor weather in South America has fueled harvest concerns. The advances were "really more of a capital flow issue more than anything else," said Steve Erdman, president of broker EFG Group in Chicago. July soybeans were up 1.4 percent at $10.79-3/ 4 a bushel by 12:30 p.m. CDT at the Chicago Board of Trade, while July soymeal gained 2 percent to $368.40 per short ton.

  • May 17- Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. is making the opioid antidote naloxone available without a prescription in all its pharmacies in New Mexico, part of a plan to make the drug readily available in 35 states by the end of this year. The drugstore chain has already made naloxone available without a prescription in Alabama, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New...