Commodity Prices

Bosnian regional government limits electricity price hike to 20%

SARAJEVO, Dec.31 (Reuters) – Lawmakers in the Autonomous Bosnian-Croat Federation on Thursday evening passed a bill limiting electricity price hikes to 20% after large companies threatened not to sign new contracts with the dominant electricity supplier EPBiH. EPBiH has offered new electricity contracts to large steel and metallurgical companies that …

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CME Cattle Futures Rise Amid Supply Problems

CHICAGO, Dec.29 (Reuters) – Chicago Mercantile Exchange cattle futures soared on Wednesday, as spot cattle prices firmed amid concerns over the supply of meat to meet demand slated for next year, traders said. Cattle futures ended higher, as prices for beef carcass cuts continued to strengthen and spot cattle traded …

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Oil nears one-month high as Omicron concerns allay

An aerial view shows an Idemitsu Kosan Co. oil plant in Ichihara, east of Tokyo, Japan, Nov. 12, 2021, in this photo taken by Kyodo. Mandatory Credit Kyodo / via REUTERS Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register US crude rises for 5th consecutive session, near one-month …

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Auto industry expects smooth ride, but Omicron could be a speed breaker

The Indian auto industry expects continued healthy demand as well as an easing of semiconductor supply issues over the coming year. However, speed brakes such as the third wave of Covid triggered by the spread of the Omicron variant in India as well as rising commodity prices could slow the …

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Europe’s missteps fuel gas prices, Russia says as fuel flows east

The price of gas in Europe hit a record high this week, rising nearly 800% Yamal-Europe pipeline flows in reverse for day four Novak says prices are cheaper with long-term contracts Ukrainian officials see politics behind reduced flows MOSCOW / KYIV, Dec.24 (Reuters) – Europe is paying record gas prices …

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Cotton exports could drop due to higher prices

While Indian cotton prices remain high, trade fears a drop in exports for the current season through September 2022. Cotton exports started on a slow note and shipments from October to November, the first two. months of the season, are down 42 percent from the same a year ago. According …

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Commentary: Global food price increases are spiraling out of control

Global buffer stocks of these crops have been declining since 2017 as demand outstrips supply. The store closures have helped stabilize global markets, but prices have risen sharply from 2019. Again, the reasons for individual fluctuations are complicated. But something that deserves attention is the number of times since the …

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Oil Prices On Track For Weekly Loss On Omicron Uncertainty

Bryan Mound Strategic Petroleum Reserve, an oil storage facility, is seen in this aerial photograph over Freeport, Texas, USA, April 27, 2020. REUTERS / Adrees Latif / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Benchmarks fall over $ 1, set for weekly loss Omicron demand …

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Soaring fertilizer costs are pushing farmers to change planting plans and raise prices

Fertilizer prices have more than doubled in the past year, frustrating U.S. farmers, who are now adjusting spring planting plans and warning of the possibility of higher food prices. A global shortage of chemical ingredients used to make fertilizers, widely applied to the soil to increase corn and wheat yields, …

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