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U.S. physicians urge FDA to bolster labeling on high-sugar foods

13 Nov 2018

NEW YORK The American Medical Association (AMA) is urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ramp up labeling of high-sugar foods, it said in a statement on Tuesday.

U.S. shale producers eye global pricing as exports surge

25 Oct 2018

NEW YORK Three years after a ban on crude oil exports was lifted, some U.S. shale producers are doing something they have never done before - lock in prices for their barrels that will find a home overseas.

Coffee industry should emulate wine, not soda: illycaffe chair

04 Oct 2018

NEW YORK Persistently low coffee prices for producers across the globe are a serious threat to the commodity, said the chairman of Italian premium coffee maker illycaffe SpA, who expects prices to begin taking a toll on production in coming years.

CORRECTED-Coffee industry should emulate wine, not soda -illycaffe chair

04 Oct 2018

NEW YORK, Oct 4 Persistently low coffee prices for producers across the globe are a serious threat to the commodity, said the chairman of Italian premium coffee maker illycaffe SpA, who expects prices to begin taking a toll on production in coming years.

UPDATE 2-S. African sugar makes rare appearance in small ICE October expiry

01 Oct 2018

NEW YORK, Oct 1 Raw sugar from South Africa made a rare appearance in the cash delivery against an ICE Futures U.S. contract, exchange data and traders said on Monday, the latest sign of the impact of excess global supplies and changes in European Union policy.

Oil has steepest drop in a month as economic concerns threaten demand

13 Sep 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices fell more than 2 percent on Thursday, with Brent slipping back from four-month highs as investors focused on the risk that emerging market crises and trade disputes could dent demand even as supply tightens.

Oil prices steady as equity markets weigh, geopolitics support

07 Sep 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices were steady on Friday, with U.S. crude slipping on weak global equity markets while Brent inched up on geopolitical factors, including violent protests in Iraq.

Oil slips as trade war worries outweigh Iran sanctions

31 Aug 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices slipped on Friday, pressured by renewed concerns that a global trade war could dent energy demand, although impending U.S. sanctions on Iran and falling Venezuelan output limited the decline.

Oil rises to multi-week highs on U.S. stock draw, falling Iran exports

29 Aug 2018

NEW YORK Oil prices rose more than 1 percent on Wednesday, with Brent at its highest in seven weeks and U.S. crude touching a three-week peak, supported by a drawdown in U.S. crude and gasoline stocks and reduced Iranian crude shipments as U.S. sanctions deter buyers.

Illinois attorney general sues Trump Tower for river violations

14 Aug 2018

CHICAGO Illinois' attorney general announced a lawsuit on Tuesday against Trump Tower in Chicago, alleging the violation of environmental laws and a threat to fish in the Chicago River.

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