Chicago Mercantile Exchange › NIKKEI 225 INDEX YEN INDEX Jun 2015 (E) (CME:NIY.M15.E)
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2015-05-29 16:18:41, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2015-05-27|
|Contract Low Date||2015-01-16|
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18 hours ago
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii County's top prosecutor said Friday he will dismiss charges against about 10 of the 31 protesters who were arrested while blocking construction of a giant telescope on a mountain held sacred by Native Hawaiians. The remaining people arrested last month were charged with obstruction of government operations.
18 hours ago
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Chile's state-run copper giant Codelco says its profit plunged more than 40 percent in the first quarter of 2015 from the previous year because of tumbling prices for the metal. Codelco's production, however, rose by 3 percent in the first quarter to 394,000 metric boosted by new mining projects. Its full-year 2014 output also rose 3 percent to 1.67 million metric tons versus the year before.
18 hours ago
CHICAGO (AP) — A newly unveiled indictment against former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert accuses the Republican of agreeing to pay $3.5 million in hush money to keep a person from the town where he was a longtime schoolteacher silent about "prior misconduct." The concise federal grand jury indictment handed down Thursday accuses Hastert of agreeing to pay the money to a person identified in the document only as "Individual A," to "compensate for and conceal his prior misconduct against" that person.
19 hours ago
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Mexican fieldworkers lured through a guest worker program to do sweaty, back-aching work in Kentucky tobacco fields were paid far less than their guaranteed wages and lived in rat-infested housing, according to federal lawsuits against a half-dozen farmers. The guest worker program has been a staple in Kentucky agriculture. It brings in temporary fieldhands from other countries to handle jobs that go unfilled among local workers. Those chores include harvesting tobacco and stripping leaves from harvested stalks to prepare the crop for market.