|Bid||92.62 x 100|
|Ask||92.69 x 100|
|Day's Range||92.52 - 92.80|
|52 Week Range||74.52 - 93.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||36.20|
|Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
European leaders will resist French President Emmanuel Macron's call to curb foreign takeovers in strategic industries, agreeing only to scrutinise investments but not consider a new EU law against them, four senior diplomats said on Wednesday. While state-owned ChemChina's $43 billion purchase of Swiss farm company Syngenta deepened concerns that Europe was ceding control of its advanced technology, many EU governments are too reliant on Chinese investment to limit Beijing's reach, the diplomats said. "I don't think blocking Chinese investments is on the cards," one senior EU official said of the two-day summit in Brussels from Thursday, where leaders are set to discuss Macron's ideas for a so-called protective Europe that limits what many French see as damaging aspects of globalisation.
For most of 1H16, soybean prices were trading at their lowest levels in the past four years. However, soybean prices rose in 2H16.
A Kauai community group is suing the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources and seed production company Syngenta for their alleged improper use of land in the island’s Kekaha community. The group, Ke Kauhulu o Manu, includes Kauai residents Loui Cabebe and Punohu Kekaualua III, the Surfrider Foundation, Kohola Leo and the Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action. The suit calls for enforcement of an environmental assessment or an environmental impact statement for any significant actions or development proposed on publicly owned, coastal and conservation-zoned lands.