OJ=F - Frozen Concentrated OJ (FCOJ-A)

NYBOT - NYBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USX
164.40
+0.80 (+0.49%)
As of 1:59PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2018-09-10
Open158.00
Bid164.10
Last Price163.60
Day's Range158.00 - 164.40
Volume0
Ask164.35
  • All of the EU’s anti-Trump tariffs
    Quartz2 days ago

    All of the EU’s anti-Trump tariffs

    The US trade war with the world is well underway. In retaliation for Washington’s levy of duties on aluminum and steel from the European Union, the 28-country trading bloc has now imposed a plethora of tariffs on hundreds of US goods. Here is a look at all 340 products affected, divided into two lengthy lists.…

  • Price of Gold Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Hard to Get Long with 10-Year Treasury Yields Near 3.00 Percent
    FX Empire22 days ago

    Price of Gold Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Hard to Get Long with 10-Year Treasury Yields Near 3.00 Percent

    Essentially, falling Treasury yields will be supportive for gold, while rising yields will be bearish for the precious metal. Additionally, the trend is down and not likely to change unless there is totally unexpected news that forces Treasury yields lower like a major flight to safety rally.

  • Trump isn’t special, US presidents always start trade wars with Europe
    Quartz23 days ago

    Trump isn’t special, US presidents always start trade wars with Europe

    When the US confirmed that it would be slapping the European Union, Mexico, and Canada with tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, many saw the move as the action of a volatile president, stubbornly ignoring warnings from economists and industry experts. However, Donald Trump’s decision is actually just a revival of a routine strategy that…

  • The Latest: Trump says days of unfair trade deals 'are over'
    Associated Press24 days ago

    The Latest: Trump says days of unfair trade deals 'are over'

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on trade tensions involving the United States, the European Union, Mexico and Canada (all times local):

  • Reuters24 days ago

    Canada to impose tariffs on U.S., challenge at WTO

    The Canadian tariffs are set to go into effect on July 1 and stay in place until the United States lifts its own measures, Freeland said, hours after the United States said it would impose tariffs on aluminum and steel imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union. "The American administration has made a decision today that we deplore, and obviously is going to lead to retaliatory measures, as it must," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at a news conference in Ottawa with Freeland.

  • Investing.com24 days ago

    Gold Prices Hover Around $1,300 as Traders Eye Geopolitical Developments

    Investing.com – Gold prices were pinned to the psychologically important $1,300 level as gains on the back of a weaker dollar were offset somewhat by easing safe-haven demand as Italian political turmoil subsided.

  • Trump planning tariffs on European steel, aluminum
    Associated Press25 days ago

    Trump planning tariffs on European steel, aluminum

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's administration is planning to impose tariffs on European steel and aluminum imports after failing to win concessions from the European Union, a move that could provoke retaliatory tariffs and inflame trans-Atlantic trade tensions.

  • Europe expects to be hit by US tariffs on steel and aluminum
    Associated Press25 days ago

    Europe expects to be hit by US tariffs on steel and aluminum

    PARIS (AP) — Europe is bracing for the United States to slap restrictions Thursday on imported steel and aluminum, a move that could provoke retaliatory tariffs and inflame trade tensions.

  • Americans’ coffee habit is clogging landfills with millions of coffee cups each year
    Quartzlast month

    Americans’ coffee habit is clogging landfills with millions of coffee cups each year

    Breakfast in America doesn’t look like it used to. Among other big changes in the American diet, consumption of breakfast cereal, orange juice, and dairy milk are all the decline, thanks to on-the-go options like breakfast bars and the Greek yogurt explosion. But there’s one morning staple that hasn’t just held its ground, but has…

  • These are the classic American foods people are giving up
    Quartzlast month

    These are the classic American foods people are giving up

    Food trends will always be a thing. Sometimes they are dictated by economic circumstance or ethical considerations, and sometimes they are shaped by emerging nutrition science that redefine how we think about what we eat. In this shapeshifting market, we can track with per capita consumption and sales data just what’s happening to our three…

  • The EU saddles up for a trade war with the US as a midnight tariff deadline looms
    Quartz2 months ago

    The EU saddles up for a trade war with the US as a midnight tariff deadline looms

    It’s crunch time for trade relations between the United States and Europe. May 1, International Labor Day, is going to be busy for the European Commission in Brussels, as the US’s tariffs exemption on EU steel and aluminum is set to expire at midnight eastern time in the US. In March, US president Donald Trump…

  • TheStreet.com2 months ago

    Newmont Mining Charts, Data Give Us Strong Reasons to Buy

    I think a long exposure to NEM makes a lot of sense.

  • A new report heaps more skepticism on vitamin D and calcium supplements
    Quartz2 months ago

    A new report heaps more skepticism on vitamin D and calcium supplements

    If you’re taking vitamin D and calcium supplements to maintain strong bones and prevent fractures, it might be for naught. A report released this month by a US government-appointed panel of doctors who have been analyzing research on taking those supplements—alone or together—baldly states: “The evidence does not support a finding of fewer fractures with…

  • Risk Aversion Intensifies as China Strikes Back
    FX Empire3 months ago

    Risk Aversion Intensifies as China Strikes Back

    Escalating U.S-China trade tensions mean risk aversion is likely to remain the name of the game across financial markets, as investors seek to avoid riskier assets. Yesterday, in a move that rattled global confidence, China announced plans to apply tariffs to 106 U.S.-produced goods, ranging from aircraft to orange juice.

  • After 20 years, Viagra has impacted so much more than just sex
    Quartz3 months ago

    After 20 years, Viagra has impacted so much more than just sex

    On this day in 1998, the US Food and Drug Administration approved a chemical compound called sildenafil citrate for use as a prescription drug for erectile dysfunction, which, at the time, wasn’t even a recognized medical condition. The researchers who discovered Viagra weren’t even looking for it. Sildenafil, the drug’s active ingredient, was originally developed…

  • CNBC4 months ago

    Trump's steel tariffs are wrong and the EU should be excluded from them, trade chief says

    President Donald Trump's approach to steel overcapacity is wrong, the EU's trade chief said Friday.

  • The most politically damaging ways to hurt Trump in a trade war
    Quartz4 months ago

    The most politically damaging ways to hurt Trump in a trade war

    Although Donald Trump appears to relish the possibility of a global trade war, the rest of the world isn’t so keen. Following Trump’s recent suggestion that the US will impose tariffs on imported steel aluminum, both the European Union and Canada have announced, reluctantly but forcefully, that they will retaliate by slapping tariffs on certain…

  • Investing.com4 months ago

    Tariff Tantrums: Gold Prices Recover Losses as Safe-Haven Demand Returns

    Investing.com – Gold prices hovered around breakeven Thursday as safe-haven demand returned as traders feared the prospect of a global trade war after President Donald Trump said the U.S. will impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports as early as next week.

  • CNBC4 months ago

    How Kentucky bourbon, Harley-Davidsons and other US products could be targets in a spat over tariffs

    The EU and China are considering which American products to slap tariffs on in retaliation, such as Harley-Davidson motorcycles, bourbon and sorghum.

  • CNBC4 months ago

    If you're thinking of investing in commodities, here's some advice you can't afford to ignore

    The allure of commodities as an investment is enhanced by the portfolio protection they have historically offered against inflation.

  • I scanned my social media like a potential employer, and the results were scary
    Quartz5 months ago

    I scanned my social media like a potential employer, and the results were scary

    I don’t make a habit of swearing on Facebook, but sometimes when a post seems a bit flat, a cuss word or two can add just the right je ne sais quoi to bring it to life. But my occasional potty mouth may be a problem for potential employers. According to a scan of my…

  • Happy Friday: the new tradition edition
    Quartz7 months ago

    Happy Friday: the new tradition edition

    Subscribe to the Quartzy newsletter to receive this in your inbox each Friday. Happy Friday! This time of year, I feel a bit like I’m standing at the top of a steep slope, with events snowballing into the new year: a 50th anniversary party, Thanksgiving, a wedding, an office holiday party, an actual holiday party,…

  • ETF Daily News9 months ago

    What’s Driving Commodity Prices? (DBC)

    From Invesco: The past few weeks have seen commodity prices experience some significant swings, with different commodities impacted by different factors. I find that investors have a lot of questions about commodities and what drives them — particularly given all… Read more ›

  • A Chicago exchange says bitcoin is here to stay, but it will provide a way to bet against it
    Quartz9 months ago

    A Chicago exchange says bitcoin is here to stay, but it will provide a way to bet against it

    Chris Concannon’s career in electronic markets has spanned just about every role, from Securities and Exchange Commission attorney to executive positions at the world’s biggest stock exchanges and at trading firm Virtu Financial. Now, the chief operating officer of CBOE Holdings, which owns Chicago Board Options Exchange, is diving into cryptoassets. It was only a…

  • Women’s bodies are under attack: The alarming reality of reproductive rights in India and the US
    Quartz9 months ago

    Women’s bodies are under attack: The alarming reality of reproductive rights in India and the US

    Outside, the mid-morning heat is stifling. It’s not humid like the bustling metropolises of Mumbai or Kolkata; here in New Delhi, it’s a dry heat, the type of heat that exhausts you, made worse by a thick layer of dust which sticks to your face and stings your eyes. At the maternity ward inside the…