Chicago Mercantile Exchange › LIVE CATTLE Apr 2014 (E) (CME:LE.J14.E)
143.275 +0.025 (+0.02%)
2014-03-10 14:06:29, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2014-03-05|
|Contract Low Date||2013-05-20|
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Today's Financial News
2 hours, 52 minutes ago
DUBLIN (AP) — Yes, they have more bananas. Fruit supply companies Chiquita of the United States and Fyffes of Ireland said Monday they had agreed to merge to create the world's biggest banana supplier. The all-shares agreement means the two companies will become ChiquitaFyffes PLC, be traded on the New York Stock Exchange and be headquartered in Dublin, a more tax-efficient corporate base.
2 hours, 58 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has sided with a Wyoming property owner in a dispute over a bicycle trail that follows the route of an abandoned railroad. The decision could force the government to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to compensate landowners. Chief Justice John Roberts said the government was wrong to assert that it owns the trail.
3 hours ago
A dash of discouraging economic news from China and Japan put a damper on the U.S. stock market Monday, adding to concerns that global growth could be slowing. CHINA WORRIES: China's exports slumped 18 percent in February, reinforcing fears about the outlook for the world's second-largest economy after the United States. China's official 2014 economic growth target of 7.5 percent, announced last week by Premier Li Keqiang, assumes trade also will grow by 7.5 percent. But customs data show combined imports and exports so far this year have shrunk by 4.8 percent.
3 hours ago
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada's prime minister has traveled to South Korea, where he is widely expected to announce a free-trade deal. A South Korean delegation greeted Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Monday in Seoul. There's no word yet on whether Harper plans to sign the final text of a free-trade deal with South Korea or is simply going to announce an agreement-in-principle in a staged photo-op.