OJ=F - Orange Juice May 19

NYBOT - NYBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USX
100.75
+0.30 (+0.30%)
As of 1:59PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2019-05-10
Open100.40
Bid100.75
Last Price100.75
Day's Range100.40 - 102.40
Volume0
Ask101.00
  • CNBC8 months ago

    Breakfast battle: Prices of beloved drinks diverge on crop outlooks, trade wars

    Bearish bets have driven coffee futures down more than 17 percent since the start of the year. Rival breakfast item orange juice has made surprise gains heading into the fall, as futures surged more than 14 percent since the start of the year, making it one of the best performing commodities. Bearish bets have driven coffee futures down more than 17 percent since the start of the year, bringing the price close to a five-year low.

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    Quartz9 months ago

    The hidden health dangers of flavored yogurt

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  • Vitol and Peabody back bid to create ‘world’s cheapest fossil fuel’
    The Telegraph9 months ago

    Vitol and Peabody back bid to create ‘world’s cheapest fossil fuel’

    A new energy tech start-up has won the support of two of the world’s largest hydrocarbon players with plans to turn coal waste into the world’s cheapest fossil fuel. Arq Fuels has struck a deal with Vitol, the world’s largest oil trader, and Fortune 500 coal mining giant Peabody to develop a fuel which could slash costs within the global shipping industry. At the same time, Vitol and Peabody have invested $10m (£7.6m) each as part of a $50m fund raise which values the Arq business at $500m. Julian McIntyre, the founder and chief executive of Arq, said the coalition of industry players could help develop the cheapest hydrocarbon in the world. The technology uses the wasted coal scraps which are too small to process and transport, to create a super-fine micro dust which is far higher in energy density than traditional coal stones. The technology uses the wasted coal scraps which are too small to process and transport Credit: George Frey/Bloomberg The 99pc pure hydrocarbon powder could be used to create nuggets or pellets with 50pc more energy than coal, and lower carbon emissions. However, in Arq’s first major tie-up, the powder will be used to top-up the bunker fuel used in the shipping industry to lower the overall cost as well as the sulphur dioxide emissions. “Think of it like orange juice concentrate,” said Mr McIntyre, “This concentrate is a tenth of the cost, so you could add just enough to your original juice to lower the overall cost without changing the taste for your customers,” he said. Mr McIntyre said the process could create barrels of oil which cost less than $10 a barrel, compared to a prevailing market rate of around $70 per barrel, which would place the company within the top ten most economic oil producers in the world. The low cost of the fuel should ensure a place in the market, even as the world shifts towards cleaner sources of energy. “If the market shrinks it’s the lowest cost producers that will survive,” he said. The global shipping industry will be the first to benefit from ultra low cost Arq fuel blends In addition, the technology will help to “clean up the vast ponds of waste” from the coal industry, which Mr McIntyre said is the equivalent of “throwing away around 10pc of the world’s oil”. Arq will work on Peabody mining sites across globe to source coal waste, while Vitol will have exclusive rights to market the fuel. Charles Meintjes, of Peabody, said the deal is “a rare opportunity to add value to our product, reduce our environmental footprint and expand the market for our product at the same time".  Mike Muller of Vitol, adeed: “Arq fuels will be pure hydrocarbons – combining them with fuel or potentially with crude provides the opportunity for refiners and fuel customers alike to diversify into a new and cost-effective source of supply, whilst the production of Arq fuels also has a beneficial environmental impact.”

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    Quartz10 months ago

    The full list of 229 US products targeted by Canada’s retaliatory tariffs

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  • All of the EU’s anti-Trump tariffs
    Quartz10 months ago

    All of the EU’s anti-Trump tariffs

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  • Gold Struggles for Direction as Dollar Slumps
    Investing.com10 months ago

    Gold Struggles for Direction as Dollar Slumps

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  • Gold Prices Recover From 6-Month Low As Dollar Retreats
    Investing.com10 months ago

    Gold Prices Recover From 6-Month Low As Dollar Retreats

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  • Gold Holds at Six-Months Low as Trade Tensions Resurface
    Investing.com10 months ago

    Gold Holds at Six-Months Low as Trade Tensions Resurface

    Gold prices remained at six-month lows on Thursday, as trade tensions between the U.S. and China resurfaced. Comex gold futures for August delivery were down 0.46% to $1,268.60 a troy ounce as of 10:57 AM ET (14:57 GMT). Tensions between the U.S. and China continue, as the two largest economies in the world faced a tit-for-tat over trade tariffs.

  • Price of Gold Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Hard to Get Long with 10-Year Treasury Yields Near 3.00 Percent
    FX Empire11 months ago

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

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  • Trump isn’t special, US presidents always start trade wars with Europe
    Quartz11 months ago

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

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  • Reuters11 months ago

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

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  • Investing.com11 months ago

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  • Americans’ coffee habit is clogging landfills with millions of coffee cups each year
    Quartz11 months ago

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

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    Quartz11 months ago

    These are the classic American foods people are giving up

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