U.S. stock indexes edged lower in early trading Tuesday, led by declines in phone and utilities companies.
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North Dakota farmers have sold a lot of corn, but the amount of crop left after last year's record production could wreak havoc on local prices.
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Grain futures were higher Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Grain futures were higher Monday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq led a broad Wall Street decline on Tuesday with stocks falling more sharply after a healthcare bill was delayed in the U.S. Senate, raising fresh questions about President Trump's domestic agenda.
U.S. stock indexes moved higher in early trading Monday, led by gains in banks and other financial companies.
Oil prices rose nearly 2 percent and hit a one-week high on Tuesday, boosted by a weaker dollar, short covering and expectations that crude inventories in the United States may decline for a third consecutive week.
Grain futures were mixed Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
The S&P 500 and the Dow barely rose on Monday as gains were offset by a fall in technology stocks, which pushed the Nasdaq lower as investors turned to more defensive sectors.
Asian markets rose Monday after Wall Street rebounded from losses to end last week higher on stronger oil and gas prices.
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Stocks were listless in early trading on Wall Street, and the Standard & Poor's 500 index was on pace to end the week almost exactly where it started.
Grain futures were mostly lower Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
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Asian shares are ending the week on a subdued note with most indexes little changed Friday, as the price of oil halted its decline to hover near its lowest level in almost a year.
In today's U.S. shale fields, tiny sensors attached to production gear harvest data on everything from pumping pressure to the heat and rotational speed of drill bits boring into the rocky earth.
U.S. stock indexes were close to flat in early trading Thursday after the price of oil stabilized, at least for now.
Grain futures were lower Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade.