Chicago Mercantile Exchange › S&P 500 INDEX (E-MINI) Sep 2015 (E) (CME:ES.U15.E)
2082.75 -8.25 (-0.39%)
2015-08-04 17:15:00, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2015-05-19|
|Contract Low Date||2014-10-15|
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MARSTON, Mo. (AP) — A massive explosion rocked a southeast Missouri aluminum plant Tuesday, injuring some workers and creating a plume of smoke that could be seen for miles. Noranda spokesman John Parker said all workers had been accounted for and there were no life-threatening injuries. He said some people suffered what appeared to be non-critical burns and smoke inhalation.
2 hours, 2 minutes ago
CHICAGO (AP) — Grain futures were mostly higher Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Beef was higher and pork was unchanged on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. October live cattle was up .10 cent to $1.4820 a pound; August feeder cattle rose .10 cent to $2.1395 a pound; while October lean hogs were unchanged at $.6567 a pound.
2 hours, 5 minutes ago
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pennsylvania philanthropist and political activist who helped propel moderate Republicans to state and national offices has died. Elsie Hillman was 89. Elsie Hillman is a former Republican National Committeewoman who was credited with using her political acumen and money to help President George H.W. Bush get elected in 1988 and Pennsylvania congressman Tom Ridge get elected governor in 1994.
2 hours, 15 minutes ago
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's approval ratings may be languishing below 30 percent, but on Twitter he's as popular as Pope Francis — or so it would seem. But a closer look suggests that the government is artificially inflating its social media influence and distorting its popularity. Independent analysts who ran tests at the request of The Associated Press found the government was benefiting from networks of fake accounts.