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Goldman Raises Soybean Outlook on ‘Critically Low’ Inventories

Soybean inventories in the U.S. will reach "critically low" levels by the end of the season, and prices in the next few months will be higher than previously expected, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said.

WTI Trades Near Six-Week High; IEA Boosts 2014 Oil Demand

West Texas Intermediate traded near the highest price since October on signs that strengthening demand is depleting inventories in the U.S., the world's biggest oil consumer.

Crude Drops Third Day This Week as U.S. Shutdown May Curb Demand

West Texas Intermediate fell for a third day this week on concern a protracted U.S. government shutdown will slow economic growth and reduce fuel demand.

JPMorgan Said to Agree to Details of $13 Billion Accord

JPMorgan Chase & Co. has resolved the last obstacles to a record $13 billion settlement of civil state and U.S. probes over the sale of mortgage bonds, clearing the way for a deal today after months of negotiations, two people briefed on the matter said.

Central Bank Fears Trigger Global Selloff In Bonds, Shares

london (reuters) - the yen rose while shares, bonds and gold fell on tuesday as investors retreated into cash, unnerved by fears that major central banks are cooling in their commitment to the money-pumping that has buoyed global markets.

More Americans Than Forecast File Unemployment Claims

More Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, a sign that the labor market is making progress in fits and starts.

iron ore surges most since october as plunge spurs cargo demand

iron ore jumped the most since october amid speculation that a collapse in prices for the steelmaking raw material is spurring a surge in demand.

Treasury 10-Year Yields Rise to Week High as Chicago Index Jumps

Treasury 10-year note yields touched the highest level in more than a week after business activity expanded at the fastest pace more than two years, adding to speculation the Federal Reserve's stimulus is working.

dollar recovers against yen after sharp sell-off

london (reuters) - the dollar recovered from a four-week low against the yen on tuesday with the yen hurt by a report that japanese pension funds could increase overseas holdings.

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