Chicago Board of Trade › SOYBEAN CRUSH Aug 2015 (CBOT:BCX.Q15)
123.75 -0.25 (-0.20%)
2015-08-04 14:59:45, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2015-08-03|
|Contract Low Date||2015-07-10|
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2 hours, 19 minutes ago
LANCASTER, N.H. (AP) — The latest on the circus tent collapse (all times local): 3 p.m. Authorities say the father and daughter who were killed when the circus tent collapsed during the storm were from the town of Concord, Vermont. They were identified Tuesday as 41-year-old Robert Young and 8-year-old Annabelle Young. Fire Marshal William Degnan says an autopsy showed they died of blunt force trauma.
2 hours, 21 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks moved between small gains and losses on Tuesday as investors assessed company earnings reports and deal news. ALLSTATE SLUMP: Allstate was the biggest decliner in the S&P 500. The insurer dropped $7.09, or 10.2 percent, to $62.29 after reporting earnings that fell significantly short of analysts' expectations. The company said its earnings dropped because of more frequent and more severe auto accidents.
2 hours, 23 minutes ago
DETROIT (AP) — Mel Farr, a former NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year who rushed for more than 3,000 yards in seven pro seasons with the Detroit Lions, has died. He was 70. "The entire Lions family is saddened by the passing of Mel Farr," Lions President Tom Lewand said in a statement Tuesday. "As both a player and a businessman, Mel was blessed with many talents and a personality to match. His energetic presence in Detroit, both on the field during his playing career and off the field for decades after, was unique and unmistakable.
2 hours, 27 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health officials laid out extra safety measures that hospitals can take to clean specialized medical scopes that have been linked to sometimes deadly bacterial outbreaks across the U.S. Despite the risks of infection, the FDA says the devices should remain available because they benefit "appropriately selected patients."