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U.S. Agriculture Secretary says no need for more farm aid after China trade deal

U.S. Agriculture Secretary says no need for more farm aid after China trade deal

With China poised to increase purchases of U.S. agricultural goods this year as part of a Phase 1 China trade deal, the U.S. Agriculture Secretary said on Monday there is no need for a third year of trade-related aid for farmers.
Britain launches farm bill as Brexit paves way for major reforms

Britain launches farm bill as Brexit paves way for major reforms

An agriculture bill will be introduced in Britain's parliament on Thursday, with funding for the industry increasingly linked to tackling environmental challenges as the country develops its own farm policy for the first time in decades.
Oil Holds Biggest Weekly Loss Since July on Easing Gulf Tension

Oil Holds Biggest Weekly Loss Since July on Easing Gulf Tension

Oil was steady after the biggest weekly drop since July as an easing of geopolitical tension in the Middle East turned attention back to a flood of new supply set to hit the market this year.
Rising prices show tighter supplies of cleaner fuel for global shipping

Rising prices show tighter supplies of cleaner fuel for global shipping

The price of very low-sulfur fuel oil has risen in recent months, a sign of increasing worry there is not enough of the fuel to comply with new global shipping laws that took effect this year, market
European diesel margins sag before new shipping fuel rules

European diesel margins sag before new shipping fuel rules

European diesel refining profit margins have tumbled as a slowing global economy has hit fuel demand harder than forecast despite expectations of a boost from new fuel shipping rules.
Gold’s Been on a Tear This Year and 2020 May See More Reward

Gold’s Been on a Tear This Year and 2020 May See More Reward

Gold’s impressive advance in 2019 -- aided by trade war frictions, easier monetary policy across the world’s leading economies and sustained central-bank buying -- may be set to spill into the new decade.