Chinese soybean demand is fluctuating and US farmers are returning to grain

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Since the mid-2000s, farmer Paul Thomas from North Dakota has planted more land with soybeans as China's demand for oilseeds grew. The shift peaked this year, when…

Car premiums and the relief of Italy drive the recovery of Europe

LONDON (Reuters) – European equities climbed and Wall Street was opened on Monday thanks to an increase in automotive stocks and the relief that Italy was able to avoid rating…

European stocks rise, Euro falls short as sources tell Merkel to give up as party leader

LONDON (Reuters) – European stocks rallied and US equity futures posted losses on Monday amid encouraging earnings reports, while the euro tipped short of sources, saying German Chancellor Angela Merkel…

Delta Air Lines is pleased with the contract rules for regional flights: CEO

MONTREAL (Reuters) – Delta Air Lines (DAL.N) Chief Executive Ed Bastian said on Friday he was satisfied with the pilot contract language that governs the outsourcing of regional flights and…

Brazil will leave the fate of the Boeing Embraer deal to the next president

Brazilian carrier Embraer will be seen on July 24, 2018 in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. Photo taken on 24th July 2018. REUTERS / Roosevelt Cassio RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters)…

Pig industry slaughtered worldwide in the trade war

BEIJING / CHICAGO / CARAMBEI, Brazil (Reuters) – Ken Maschhoff, chairman of the largest pork producer in the US, has seen profits decline as US-China trade tensions rise. On a…

Trade compensation against the US also hit Canadian farmers

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) – The United States trade wars have allowed Canadian agriculture to boost sales of soybeans and wheat to China and pork to Mexico. FILE PHOTO: A canola…