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brazil soy boom bottlenecked as china left waiting: commodities

erai scheffer, the world's largest soybean farmer, bought 200 trucks for this crop to counter the worst transportation breakdown in brazil's history. in china, undelivered cargoes mean buyers may turn to argentina as brazil falters on its ability to become the top global supplier.

two miles of sea covers big oil’s next-generation field

the oilfield of the future is taking shape two miles underwater.

u.s. gasoline prices fall to $3.7074 in lundberg survey

the average price for regular gasoline at u.s. pumps fell 3.2 cents a gallon in the past two weeks to $3.7074 cents, according to lundberg survey inc.

initial jobless claims in u.s. rise less than forecast

fewer americans than forecast filed first-time claims for unemployment insurance last week, a signal the u.s. labor market is maintaining its recent progress.

li urges paring state role to fuel 7.5% china growth

chinese premier li keqiang pledged to open the economy to more market forces and strip power from the government to achieve 7.5 percent annual growth through 2020 and spread the benefits of the nation's expansion.

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