Chicago Board of Trade › WHEAT (MINI) Jul 2013 (CBOT:YW.N13)
675.50 -3.75 (-0.56%)
2013-07-12 13:25:07, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2011-05-19|
|Contract Low Date||2013-07-02|
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Today's Financial News
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BEIJING (AP) — China's exports plunged by an unexpectedly large 18 percent in February, possibly denting hopes trade will help drive the slowing economy while communist leaders push ambitious promised reforms. Weakness in key European and U.S. export markets could raise the risk of politically dangerous job losses in trade-reliant industries that employ millions of workers at a time when communist leaders want to focus on restructuring China's economy.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Job growth in the United States has proved surprisingly consistent. Brutal winter weather snarled traffic, canceled flights and cut power to homes and factories in February. Yet it didn't faze U.S. employers, who added 175,000 jobs, far more than the two previous months. Modest but steady hiring has become a hallmark of a nearly 5-year-old economic rebound that remains sluggish yet strikingly resilient. The economy has been slowed by political gridlock, harsh weather and global crises. But those disruptions have not derailed growth.
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BEIJING (AP) — China's exports suffered an unexpectedly large 18 percent decline in February, possibly denting hopes trade will help drive the slowing economy while communist leaders push ambitious promised reforms. The export weakness could raise the risk of politically dangerous job losses in trade-reliant industries at a time when communist leaders want to focus on restructuring the economy.
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NEW YORK (AP) — A mystery man. A splashy reveal. A media frenzy. Newsweek staked its return from the dead on a story it knew would get attention. A cover story claiming it had uncovered "the face behind bitcoin," the world's most popular digital currency. It got plenty of attention, all right. Twenty-four hours after identifying bitcoin's creator as a 64-year-old former defense contractor employee living in Los Angeles, the controversy over whether or not Newsweek had outed the right man was so furious that Newsweek reporter Leah McGrath Goodman made the rounds on Bloomberg TV and CBS Morning News to defend her reporting against Dorian Nakamoto's denials that he is the father of bitcoin. The magazine issued a statement standing by the story and said it had to hire a security detail for