June 18 2012

Corn prices surge as crops droop in hot weather

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The price of jumped 3.5 percent Monday as have begun drooping under a blanket of hot weather across the Midwest.The blistering weather has sent temperatures above normal in parts of several …

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May 22 2012

Corn prices plunge on moderating weather forecast

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prices dropped nearly 6 percent Tuesday after forecasts predicted cooler weather and the potential for rain that could benefit in parts of the .The better growing conditions could mitigate …

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October 30 2011

Catastrophic Drought in Texas Causes Global Economic Ripples

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Prices of cotton and beef will most likely be affected after failed and cattle were sold off during a dry spell that could last months longer.

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August 02 2011

Corn prices surge as sizzling heat stresses crops

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prices are surging as sizzling heat is stressing in four of the nation’s top five producing states. jumped 4.4 percent Tuesday to settle at $7.1575 a bushel. and soybean prices also rose.

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July 25 2011

Corn prices fall as storms deliver rain to Midwest

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prices fell Monday after storms delivered rain to that had been baking in a heat wave across much of the Midwest.

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July 25 2011

Corn prices fall as rain hits parts of the Midwest

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prices are falling after rain splashed in the Midwest that had been baking in a heat wave. for December delivery fell 11 cents Monday to settle at $6.745 a bushel.

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June 24 2011

Brewing a better beer for Africa

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A guy walks into a bar and orders a pint of beer. But this isn’t a pub in London or a sports bar in Milwaukee — it’s a watering hole in . And the beer, from the same company that brews Miller, is made from sorghum, a grain common to . For centuries, ’s slum dwellers have scored cheap buzzes by fermenting local like banana, pineapple and palm into home brews, some of which is so toxic it sends drinkers to the hospital. Now SABMiller wants bootleggers to buy the company’s own beer instead.

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May 25 2011

Soggy weather, supply shortage benefit corn prices

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prices rose Wednesday as soggy weather continued to create problems for farmers trying to plant in key growing states.

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March 22 2011

[$$] High Coffee Prices May Not Be Enough to Increase Production

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High Coffee Prices May Not Be Enough to companies pay a premium to secure the costly arabica beans, but the risks of the boom-bust cycle mean many farmers grow other instead.

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January 12 2011

Corn, soybean prices skyrocket on supply report

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and soybean prices are skyrocketing after the government lowered this year’s production forecasts for both , which already are in tight supply.

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