China Plans More U.S. Soybean Purchases Soon
China may be girding itself to buy more U.S. gas and soybeans amid easing trade tensions, but the sums just don’t add up now.
Short Sellers Dominate China's Latest Hot Commodity Bet
U.S. Farmers Have Little to Cheer From China Trade Truce, So Far
Soybeans Lead Gains in Agriculture on U.S.-China Trade Truce
A Southeast Asian nation that was a bit player in the biofuel market is suddenly buying and selling unprecedented supplies.
CEO of World's Biggest Oil Firm Says Size Doesn't Matter in M&A
China had been “bullied and oppressed by imperialist powers”, says China’s Vice President Qishan.
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China's Pigs May Not Need to Go on Such a Strict Diet After All
Cofco International CEO Johnny Chi Named Chairman of Trader
OPEC's No. 2 Producer Wants to Know How Buyers Are Using Its Oil
Fat Pigs Fed Less Is China's Latest Strategy as Trade War Rages
StarHub Rises as Analysts Upgrade After Plans to Cut Jobs
Singaporean Oil Trader Gets 12 Years in Chinese Prison Over Tariff Evasion
In Fight for Survival, China's Dimming Oil Stars Pledge to Unite
U.S. oil exports to China are becoming a casualty of Donald Trump’s trade war with Xi Jinping’s administration.
Mercuria sees possibility of $100 spike in fourth quarter.
Top Ship-Fuel Market Needs More Than Mideast Flow to Ease Crunch
Oil Industry Starts Eradicating Ship Fuel Supply Before IMO 2020
Drought Sends Australian Wheat on a World-Beating Rally