RR=F - Rough Rice Futures,Jan-2019,Com

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10.745
+0.010 (+0.09%)
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Settlement Date2019-01-14
Open10.730
Bid10.720
Last Price10.735
Day's Range10.730 - 10.745
Volume3
Ask10.785
  • Asia Rice: India prices slip for third straight week on slow demand
    Reuterslast month

    Asia Rice: India prices slip for third straight week on slow demand

    Rice export prices in India eased for a third consecutive week due to waning demand and prospects of fresh supplies, while markets in Thailand and Vietnam were propped up by expectations of orders from China and Philippines. Rates for top exporter India's 5 percent broken parboiled variety fell to $365-$370 per tonne from $367-$373 last week, as demand remained tepid, traders and dealers said. In neighbouring Bangladesh, imports slowed down to 80,000 tonnes in July-September owing to the imposition of a tax on rice imports in June, the country's food ministry data showed.

  • Asia Rice: India prices slip for third straight week on slow demand
    Reuterslast month

    Asia Rice: India prices slip for third straight week on slow demand

    Rice export prices in India eased for a third consecutive week due to waning demand and prospects of fresh supplies, while markets in Thailand and Vietnam were propped up by expectations of orders from China and Philippines. Rates for top exporter India's 5 percent broken parboiled variety fell to $365-$370 per tonne from $367-$373 last week, as demand remained tepid, traders and dealers said. In neighbouring Bangladesh, imports slowed down to 80,000 tonnes in July-September owing to the imposition of a tax on rice imports in June, the country's food ministry data showed.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Asia Rice: India rates tumble; Vietnam hopes to clinch Philippines deal

    Rice export prices in India slumped this week as the rupee fell and demand remained weak with buyers expecting further dips, while low supplies and the prospect of a new deal with the Philippines pushed up prices for the Vietnamese variety. In top exporter India, rates for the 5 percent broken parboiled variety fell by $5 to $371-$375 per tonne this week, the lowest in 17 months. "Rates are down due to the rupee and weak demand.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: Water shortages to cut Iraq's irrigated wheat area by half

    Iraq, a major Middle East grain buyer, will cut the irrigated area it plants with wheat by half in the 2018-2019 growing season as water shortages grip the country, a government official told Reuters. Drought and dwindling river flows have already forced Iraq to ban farmers from planting rice and other water-intensive summer crops. Water scarcity was one of the issues galvanizing street protests in the country this year.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: Water shortages to cut Iraq's irrigated wheat area by half

    Iraq, a major Middle East grain buyer, will cut the irrigated area it plants with wheat by half in the 2018-2019 growing season as water shortages grip the country, a government official told Reuters. Drought and dwindling river flows have already forced Iraq to ban farmers from planting rice and other water-intensive summer crops. Water scarcity was one of the issues galvanizing street protests in the country this year.

  • Associated Press3 months ago

    Business Highlights

    By ratcheting up U.S. interest rates, the Federal Reserve has — unintentionally — led investors to pull money out of emerging markets like Turkey, strengthened the dollar's value and made it harder for foreign companies to repay their dollar-denominated debts. ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- Turkey is increasing tariffs on imports of certain U.S. products, escalating a feud with the United States that has helped trigger a currency crisis. Turkey said it was imposing extra tariffs on imports of products including rice, vehicles, alcohol, coal and cosmetics.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    World food prices down 3.7 pct m/m in July - U.N. FAO

    World food prices fell 3.7 percent in July from the month before, the sharpest monthly drop since last December, with declines seen across all crop types, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday. The Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) food price index, which measures monthly changes for a basket of cereals, oilseeds, dairy products, meat and sugar, averaged 168.8 points last month, against an upwardly revised 175.3 in June. "The decline in July was driven by weaker export quotations for wheat, maize and rice," FAO said.

  • Why Indian farmers must grow less rice and wheat
    Quartz4 months ago

    Why Indian farmers must grow less rice and wheat

    If Indian farmers replaced plots of water-guzzling rice and wheat with less thirsty crops, this moderate shift could cut down the country’s water consumption by a whopping one-third. Plus, crop-swapping would have the added benefit of boosting national nutrition, a new Science Advances study finds. As the second-largest country in the world with 1.3 billion…

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Slump in rice demand, weaker rupee drag India rates lower

    Export prices for rice in major producers across Asia fell this week, with rates in India hitting their lowest level in 14 months on sluggish demand and a weaker rupee. Rates for India's 5 percent broken parboiled variety fell by $4 to $388-$392 per tonne. "Due to falling rupee, export prices are also coming down," said B V Krishna Rao, President of the Rice Exporters Association.

  • Slump in rice demand, weaker rupee drag India rates lower
    Reuters5 months ago

    Slump in rice demand, weaker rupee drag India rates lower

    Export prices for rice in major producers across Asia fell this week, with rates in India hitting their lowest level in 14 months on sluggish demand and a weaker rupee. Rates for India's 5 percent broken parboiled variety fell by $4 to $388-$392 per tonne. "Due to falling rupee, export prices are also coming down," said B V Krishna Rao, President of the Rice Exporters Association.

  • From beef burgers to friendly strangers, Indian immigrants recall their first days in the US
    Quartz5 months ago

    From beef burgers to friendly strangers, Indian immigrants recall their first days in the US

    On Aug. 25, 1949, Roshan Sharma got his first glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge as the SS President Wilson approached San Francisco, California. The 22-year-old from Bhumbli in Punjab had braved a long, uncomfortable journey on the ship from Hong Kong, subsisting on the only vegetarian food available: boiled rice, potatoes, and fruit. After…

  • Engineers have created a cement alternative to reduce concrete’s carbon footprint
    Quartz5 months ago

    Engineers have created a cement alternative to reduce concrete’s carbon footprint

    The world is becoming increasingly urban. With buildings rising rapidly into city skies, concrete has become the planet’s most-used manmade material. Sadly, it has a carbon footprint to match. Producing cement, the main ingredient in concrete, creates 5% of global carbon emissions. But now engineers at Rice University have made a new material that could…

  • An Indian couple turned a barren plot of land into a jungle home for leopards
    Quartz5 months ago

    An Indian couple turned a barren plot of land into a jungle home for leopards

    At mid-morning, the furnace-grade heat bounced off the hard clay. I couldn’t see myself living here. My husband, Rom Whitaker, though, was excited. His eyes were not set on the barren and brown rice field but on the scrubby hillocks that bordered it. I couldn’t see what he saw. But I was a dunce from…

  • NASA doesn’t own all the moon dust, a new lawsuit claims
    Quartz5 months ago

    NASA doesn’t own all the moon dust, a new lawsuit claims

    NASA can get nasty when it comes to moon dust. The US space agency believes all lunar material held by private citizens is contraband, and it’s willing to go to great lengths to secure even a rice-sized grain of space stuff. Now, a new lawsuit is challenging its claims of ownership. Laura Murray Cicco of…

  • Reuters6 months ago

    In the black: Asian flour mills turn to Black Sea region for wheat

    Asian flour millers are set to buy record volumes of wheat from Black Sea producers in 2018 as traditional supplier Australia faces a second year of drought and as demand continues to grow around the region, traders said. Millers in Asia have in the past month or so booked up to 1 million tonnes of new-crop Black Sea wheat for shipments starting in August, two of the traders said, with a wave of similar deals expected to follow. Surging Black Sea wheat sales to Asia threaten to curb Australia's dominance in supplying the region, where appetite for wheat is climbing as an expanding middle class consumes more noodles, pizzas and cakes, as it moves away from rice.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    In the black: Asian flour mills turn to Black Sea region for wheat

    Asian flour millers are set to buy record volumes of wheat from Black Sea producers in 2018 as traditional supplier Australia faces a second year of drought and as demand continues to grow around the region, traders said. Millers in Asia have in the past month or so booked up to 1 million tonnes of new-crop Black Sea wheat for shipments starting in August, two of the traders said, with a wave of similar deals expected to follow. Surging Black Sea wheat sales to Asia threaten to curb Australia's dominance in supplying the region, where appetite for wheat is climbing as an expanding middle class consumes more noodles, pizzas and cakes, as it moves away from rice.

  • Artichokes are the vegetarian lobster—but are they kosher?
    Quartz7 months ago

    Artichokes are the vegetarian lobster—but are they kosher?

    Artichokes, to my mind, are a nearly perfect food. Recently, my boyfriend and I had friends over for dinner, and in preparation I made a scorched rice dish, a salad of roasted carrots with avocado, cilantro, and cumin, and grilled a rack of lamb. All of those dishes were good—impressive, even—but they were laughably eclipsed…

  • Reuters7 months ago

    USDA to alter monthly world grain supply/demand tables in May

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture will make slight alterations to its monthly world supply and demand reports starting in May that will highlight China's share of global wheat and rice stocks, a government spokesman said on Thursday. Starting with its May 10 report, the USDA will add a new line to its world balance tables for wheat and rice to show global beginning stocks, production, imports, domestic use, exports and ending stocks, after subtracting the amounts for China.

  • The wellness industry thrives on the fear of death
    Quartz7 months ago

    The wellness industry thrives on the fear of death

    Remember when we were normal about food? I do. As a lanky high school distance runner, I would call my mom on my way home from practice every day and ask what was for dinner. If I got home and dinner wasn’t ready yet, I would microwave white rice, add some soy sauce, and gobble…

  • Indonesia’s salt spat gives industry a shake
    Reuters8 months ago

    Indonesia’s salt spat gives industry a shake

    Indonesia's efforts to protect farmers from imports have sometimes gone spectacularly wrong, creating shortages of staples such as rice and beef, and playing havoc with markets. President Joko Widodo has stepped in to end a squabble between two ministries over salt import quotas. "I think no one will have to stop operating because the government is trying to solve the problem," said Fransiscus Welirang, director of PT Indofood Sukses Makmur, which makes the hugely popular Indomie brand of noodles.

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Indonesia’s salt spat gives industry a shake

    Indonesia's efforts to protect farmers from imports have sometimes gone spectacularly wrong, creating shortages of staples such as rice and beef, and playing havoc with markets. President Joko Widodo has stepped in to end a squabble between two ministries over salt import quotas. "I think no one will have to stop operating because the government is trying to solve the problem," said Fransiscus Welirang, director of PT Indofood Sukses Makmur, which makes the hugely popular Indomie brand of noodles.

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Indonesia’s salt spat gives industry a shake

    Indonesia's efforts to protect farmers from imports have sometimes gone spectacularly wrong, creating shortages of staples such as rice and beef, and playing havoc with markets. President Joko Widodo has stepped in to end a squabble between two ministries over salt import quotas.

  • McDonald’s is going all out to woo Indian taste buds
    Quartz8 months ago

    McDonald’s is going all out to woo Indian taste buds

    More Indian flavours are finding their way into McDonald’s menu. After products like Aloo-Tikki Burger, Masala Dosa Brioche, and Anda Bhurji, the fast-food chain is ready with two more offerings to woo Indians: Chatpata-Naan, and Italian and Mexican rice bowls. The Chatpata-Naan—potato patty or chicken kebab wrapped in roti (Indian flour-bread) served with sauces—was introduced…

  • Netflix’s latest board appointment has customers calling for a boycott
    Quartz8 months ago

    Netflix’s latest board appointment has customers calling for a boycott

    US conservatives are calling for a boycott of Netflix after the streaming-video service appointed Susan Rice, former national security advisor and UN ambassador during the Obama administration, to its board on Wednesday. Rice, who has captured the ire of Republicans, is perhaps best remembered for her role in the handling of the 2012 attacks in…

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Prices of rice dip in Asia as demand eases for India variety, Vietnam harvests peak

    Rice export prices slipped this week across most Asian hubs, with easing demand weighing on rates in India, and a peaking harvest hurting Vietnamese rates, although inquiries from Bangladesh could trigger fresh activity. In India, rates of the 5 percent broken parboiled variety eased by $3 per tonne to $419-$423 per tonne, although lower supplies limited the downside. "Rice prices in Bangladesh are still higher compared to the neighbouring countries.