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Orange Juice Sep 21 (OJ=F)

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140.35+0.90 (+0.65%)
As of 1:59PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2021-09-10
Open143.25
Bid138.30
Last Price139.45
Day's Range136.35 - 143.80
Volume0
Ask140.90
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    Bloomberg

    Sugar, Coffee Slip from Multiyear Highs as Frost Fears Ease

    (Bloomberg) -- Raw sugar futures slid and coffee dropped on easing concerns of frost damage to crops in top shipper Brazil.Brazil’s key growing regions for sugar, coffee and oranges are expected to see freezing temperatures on Friday and Saturday. However, current forecasts show the cold front will be preceded by a cloud cover, steering it toward the ocean, according to Michael McDougall, managing director at Paragon Global Markets.“This, at the present time, will mean the front will be less dam

  • Reuters

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    The European Union has agreed to a partial truce with the United States in a dispute over metal tariffs imposed by former president Donald Trump and to start discussions on global overcapacity and China's "trade-distorting" policies. The European Commission, which oversees EU trade policy, said on Monday it would suspend a planned hike of retaliatory tariffs for up to six months.

  • Reuters

    Time running out to resolve U.S. metal tariffs dispute, EU official says

    The European Union is concerned that time is running out for the United States to remove tariffs imposed by former President Donald Trump on steel and aluminium, a senior EU trade official said on Thursday. Citing U.S. national security grounds the Trump administration in 2018 imposed tariffs of 25% on EU steel and 10% on aluminium - measures that steelmakers such as Thyssenkrupp and Voestalpine have said they were affected by. The EU denied its exports pose any security threat and responded by placing its own tariffs on 2.8 billion euros ($3.4 billion) of U.S. products, including motorbikes, whisky and orange juice.