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Gap close price: 23.97
Stock price forecast:
UP TO +5.84%
Total forecasts: 90
Reached: 59 (65.56%)
Total Win: 55.19 (207.97%)
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Gap latest news:
Leading ADM corn trader leaves to join Ameropa -sources
SINGAPORE, Jan 18 (Reuters) - The head of corn trading at
Archer Daniels Midland Co, Victor Petzold, has left to
join Swiss trader Ameropa AG, two sources with direct knowledge
of the matter told Reuters on Wednesday.
Oil rises on weaker dollar, U.S. production outlook caps gains
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices rose on Wednesday with a weaker dollar underpinning the market, although gains were limited by expectations that U.S. producers would boost output.
Oil prices mixed on Saudi commitment to cut output, investor scepticism
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices were mixed on Tuesday, supported by Saudi Arabia saying it would adhere to a commitment to cut output, but held back by rising U.S. production and scepticism that OPEC as a whole would comply with its commitments to reduce supplies.
Oil prices dip as rising U.S. output could offset OPEC cuts
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil dipped on Tuesday on lingering concerns over global fuel oversupply due to rising U.S. output and doubts that OPEC and other producers would adhere to commitments to cut output in an effort to balance markets and prop up prices.
Oil prices edge up on weaker dollar, expected crude output cuts
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices inched up on Monday, supported by a weaker dollar and expectations that OPEC and other producers will cut output as part of a deal to curb global oversupply.
Aston Martin DB4 GT production to resume at Newport Pagnell
Production of the iconic model is to begin again after a decade-long gap.
Stocks shaky as oil slump, 'hard' Brexit fears dim mood
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stock markets were on the back foot on Tuesday as risk appetite evaporated overnight after the year's strong start, with equities retreating, oil markets roiled by a supply surge and the pound sliding on renewed concerns about a "hard" Brexit.
Oil prices fall as Iran's exports surge, U.S. adds more rigs
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Monday as increased exports from Iran undermined efforts by other oil producers to curb a global fuel supply overhang and as U.S. drillers increased activity for a 10th straight week.
Stocks, oil, gold start 2017 on firm footing, dollar resumes climb
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Global markets marched confidently into 2017 on Tuesday, with Asian stocks extending gains after European shares surged to their highest in a year and the dollar resuming its climb after last week's stumble.
Asia stocks see subdued start to 2017, dollar resumes climb
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks began 2017 on a flat note on Tuesday, uninspired by a surge in European markets to their highest in more than a year, while the dollar resumed its climb after last week's stumble.
Asia stocks to end 2016 on buoyant note, euro calms after early spike
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks looked set to end 2016 on an upbeat note, while profit-taking weighed on the dollar and the euro held near a two-week high after spiking early in the day.
Asia stocks, dollar subdued on last trading day of 2016, euro spikes briefly
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks and the dollar were off to a subdued start on Friday as investors took profits on the last trading day of 2016, while the euro briefly spiked in thin trade.
Oil prices edge up despite unexpected U.S. crude inventory build
Singapore (Reuters) - U.S. oil prices rose in early Asian trade on Friday shrugging off a second consecutive week of crude oil inventory builds, with a U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) report late on Thursday indicating an unexpected rise in crude stocks.
WTI prices fall on surprise build in U.S. crude stocks
Singapore (Reuters) - U.S. oil prices fell on Thursday after an industry report showed a surprise build in the country's crude inventories, while Brent futures came off early lows to trade marginally higher.
Monte dei Paschi sees funding gap grow
Italian lender Monte dei Paschi faces a capital shortfall of €8.8bn, higher than the €5bn previously estimated by the bank.
ECB tells Monte dei Paschi to raise $9.2 billion: sources
MILAN (Reuters) - The European Central Bank has told Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena it needs to plug a capital shortfall of 8.8 billion euros ($9.2 billion) higher than a previous 5 billion euro gap estimated by the bank, two sources close to the matter said on Monday.
Why Mondelēz is looking to Singapore for gum and candy innovation
Mondelēz is opening a research center for gum and candy in Singapore, which sparks irony because the city-state has a partial ban on gum.
Asia stocks pressured by Wall Street, dollar holds below 14-year peak
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks stepped back in subdued trade on Friday as Wall Street took a breather from its relentless rise since the U.S. election, while the dollar hovered below its 14-year high set earlier this week.
Yen holds gains after Germany, Turkey incidents, Asia stocks mixed
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The safe-haven Japanese yen held on to gains on Tuesday, with investors spooked after deadly incidents in Germany and Turkey, while regional stocks were mixed following upbeat comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Yen up after attacks in Germany, Turkey, stocks steady on Yellen comments
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The safe-haven Japanese yen was up in early Asian trade on Monday after attacks in Germany and Turkey spooked investors, while regional stocks were steady as financial markets pondered upbeat comments from the Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Oil prices edge up as Kuwait cuts supplies by more than expected
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices edged up on Friday after market sources said Kuwait had told customers it was cutting supplies by more than initially expected from January as part of a coordinated effort by oil producers to drain a global glut.
Oil prices fall after U.S. hikes interest rates
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices dropped on Thursday as a hike in U.S. interest rates prompted a flood of money away from commodities and into U.S. bonds and the dollar.
Oil prices stable, supported as output cuts hit market
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices were stable on Tuesday, buoyed by soaring demand in Asia and as signs of a crude production cut organized by OPEC and other exporters materialized, tightening a market that has been grappling with years of oversupply.
Japan's Honda ties up with ride-hailing service Grab
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Southeast Asian ride-hailing service Grab disclosed on Monday that Japan's Honda Motor Co had invested in the firm, as part of a $750 million funding announced previously, to collaborate on motorbike-hailing services.
Americans' Odds of Earning More Than Parents Have Plunged
The likelihood that young adults will earn more than their parents has plummeted in recent decades, a study has found, fueling concerns that the American dream of steady upward mobility is foundering amid a widening wealth gap
Oil prices edge lower amid doubts over OPEC output cut
SEOUL/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices gave up some early gains to turn lower in Asian trade on Thursday on mixed U.S. crude stocks data and doubts over OPEC's implementation of an output cut, although a weaker dollar put a floor under prices.
Exclusive: In mammoth task, BP sends almost three million barrels of U.S. oil to Asia
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil major BP is shipping almost three million barrels of U.S. crude to customers across Asia, pioneering a lengthy and complex operation likely to become more popular after OPEC last week announced deep production cuts.
Singapore to ban ex-Goldman banker amid 1MDB probe
Tim Leissner to be barred over reference for financier at heart of alleged scandal
Oil prices dip after OPEC-Russia output cut deal, focus swings to implementation
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices slipped on Friday as some investors opted to cash out after Brent touched 16-month a high on Thursday, with optimism over this week's OPEC-Russia accord on cutting output giving way to questions on the "sticking point" of implementing the deal.
Singapore central bank slaps penalties on StanChart, Coutts in 1MDB-related probe
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's central bank said on Friday it imposed penalties on the local units of U.K.-based Standard Chartered Bank and Coutts for money laundering breaches related to Malaysia's scandal-tainted 1MDB fund.
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