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Concerns over US winter wheat may boost low crop prices

Normally, the flood of new grain coming in at harvest time drives down crop prices, and with prices already low when the harvest began, farmers in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas were worried. Wheat grower Vance Ehmke said cash prices at his local elevator in the western Kansas community of Dighton dipped as low as $4.50 a bushel last month but have risen to about $5.50 a...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By ROXANA HEGEMAN, Associated Press
Puerto Rico to boost cash flow after key bill signed into law

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, July 3- A key bill that will boost Puerto Rico's cash flow was signed into law Friday, the governor's office said, allowing the commonwealth to raise $400 million in Tax& Revenue Anticipation Notes from three public insurance corporations. Government officials have said Puerto Rico needs about $1.2 billion in cash to operate during the...
Source: Reuters
INVESTMENT FOCUS-Any "new drachma" would sink like a stone at first

LONDON, July 3- If a' No' in Sunday's referendum eventually takes Greece out of Europe's single currency, any "new drachma" or temporary payment unit could be worth as little as a fifth of the euro now in circulation. In the absence of a flow of new euros from the European Central Bank after a "Grexit", Athens' existing stock of hard currency is not expected to be enough to...
Source: Reuters | By: Patrick Graham
Greek bank closures may deplete supermarket shelves

LONDON/ ATHENS, July 3- A halt to international payments from Greek bank accounts is hurting Greek businesses and their foreign partners and threatening supplies of vital goods like food and clothing into the debt-crippled country. With banks closed, people limited to withdrawing 60 euros per day and Greece's future in the euro possibly hinging on a...
Source: Reuters | By: Martinne Geller and Lefteris Karagiannopoulos
No scramble for stock market protection ahead of Greek vote

LONDON, July 3- With Greece just days away from a referendum decisive to its future in Europe, options market activity suggests stock-market investors expect gains rather than losses after the vote, confident Europe's central bank can limit financial fallout. A poll on Friday showed supporters of Greece's bailout terms had taken a wafer-thin lead over the' No'...
Source: Reuters | By: Sudip Kar-Gupta
Supply of quality copper concentrate shrinks, sows seeds of price support

*Flooding stalled mining in Chile. MELBOURNE/ TOKYO, July 3- Supply of high quality copper concentrate shrank more than expected in the first half of this year due to output delays in top miner Chile, squeezing the pipeline for metal producers and likely supporting prices later in 2015, traders said. Production from two of four mines in Chile that churn out clean,...
Source: Reuters | By: Melanie Burton and Yuka Obayashi
Brazil probes forex activity of 15 global banks

Fifteen of the world's largest banks are under investigation on suspicion of rigging the Brazilian currency, antitrust watchdog Cade said.
Source: Reuters
Why investors think Japan has some pretty hot property

Japan's economy is barely growing, its population is shrinking and wages have long been stagnant, but investors both inside and outside the country see surprisingly big opportunities in its property market.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Leslie Shaffer
Technology, progress bypass Chicago's pit traders

CHICAGO, July 2 (Reuters)- Technology has long benefited Chicago's futures exchanges, historians say, even though electronic trading is the final blow for its human brokers, rendering obsolete the "open-outcry" futures pits on the trading floor where they have worked for generations. The rough-and-tumble times of the floor were an iconic part of Chicago, and...
Source: Reuters | By: Julie Ingwersen
UPDATE 5-Brazil probes currency market activity of 15 global banks

Foreign exchange trading in Brazil is estimated at about $3 trillion a year, excluding swaps and derivative transactions. The banks named in the Cade probe are Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Barclays Plc, Citigroup Inc, Credit Suisse Group AG, Deutsche Bank AG, HSBC Holdings Plc, JPMorgan Chase& Co, Morgan Stanley& Co, Nomura Holdings Inc,...
Source: Reuters | By: Guillermo Parra-Bernal and Walter Brandimarte