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  1. NZ dollar slips vs Aussie as commodity prices rise

    Scoop.co.nz - Business 03.29 / 19:51 www.scoop.co.nz
    March 29 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar fell against the Australian dollar as commodity prices shored up demand for the Aussie, while gaining against the British pound after UK Prime Minister Theresa May signed the formal letter that will trigger…
  2. Insider Buying: Morgan Stanley Commodity Related Equity Index Final Settlement Value (CXV) Director Buys C$24,000.00 in

    Wkrb13.com - Markets 03.29 / 14:52 wkrb13.com
    Morgan Stanley Commodity Related Equity Index Final Settlement Value (INDEXNYSEGIS:CXV) Director Christopher Michael Heath purchased 200,000 shares of Morgan Stanley Commodity Related Equity Index Final Settlement Value stock in a transaction that occurred on Wednesday, March 22nd. The stock was acquired at an average cost of C$0.12 per share, with a total value of C$24,000.00.…
  3. Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished Mixed Friday

    Livetradingnews.com - Finance 03.29 / 13:16 livetradingnews.com
    Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished Mixed Friday $CORN, $WEAT, $SOYB Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agriculture grains futures closed higher Tuesday as technical factors kicked in to provide support. Wheat futures climbed in a light rebound from multi-month lows set Monday, although forecasts for much-needed rains in the Plains Wheat belt kept a lid on gains, […] The post Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished Mixed Friday appeared first on Live Trading…
  4. GST rates will not raise prices of commodities: FM Arun Jaitley

    Siasat.com - India 03.29 / 10:15 siasat.com
    New delhi: Allaying apprehension of spike in prices of goods and commodities after the roll out of the GST, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the tax rates will be kept at the current levels so as not to have any inflationary impact. Introducing four bills to give effect to the Goods and Services Tax…
  5. Dalian Commodity Exchange Interprets Issues Related To Supervision Of Unusual Transactions Of Options On Soybean Meal Fu

    Mondovisione.com - Media 03.29 / 06:37 mondovisione.com
    In order to further clarify the requirements for supervision over the unusual transactions of the options on soybean meal futures and make the members and investors have a more clear-cut understanding of related rules, on March 24, Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) issued the "Interpretations on Issues Related to Supervision of Unusual Transactions of Options on Futures" (the Interpretations for short) on the member service system in a bid to interpret the "Regulatory Standards and…
  6. Dalian Commodity Exchange: Diversified Services Of Exercise, Fuifillment And Close-Out To Be Provided For Options On Soy

    Mondovisione.com - Media 03.29 / 06:37 mondovisione.com
    The options on soybean meal futures will be listed and traded on Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) on March 31. A DCE official briefed on related issues. The settlement means for the options positions include close-out, exercise, fulfillment and giving-up. In terms of the exercise mode of the options on futures, DCE will adopt the mainstream exercise approach of American Options in the foreign mature options market, as the buyers of the options can apply for exercise on the…
  7. Ministry Of Agriculture, Dalian Commodity Exchange Launch “Hog Index” To Crack “Hog Cycle”

    Mondovisione.com - Media 03.29 / 06:37 mondovisione.com
    On March 24, the information center of Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) and Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) signed the "Joint Action Plan for Bulk Agricultural Commodity Market Information" to jointly issue the "lean-type pork price index", the first major achievement under the cooperation framework. It is China's first quality-underlying hog price index as well as China's first pork price index that is published on the government public service website and oriented toward the…
  8. Indonesia pays price of protectionism as commodity exports sink

    Theedgemarkets.com - Markets 03.29 / 02:56 theedgemarkets.com
    SINGAPORE (March 29): Indonesia’s economy is losing out on commodity gains after lawmakers wrapped protectionist policies around the nation’s resources. Their next problem: finding a lucrative replacement. Commodities now account for…
  9. From Commodity to Currency: The Resurrection of Gift Cards

    Tech.co - Technology 03.29 / 00:04 tech.co
    The method of exploiting the impulse purchasing mentality for gift cards is long outdated. In fact, according to FBIC’s 2015 report, e-gifting represents a $131 billion market. In many cases, today’s gift cards have undergone digitization, enabling retailers to easily penetrate the online sho…