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Spice: The 16th-Century Contest that Shaped the Modern World: Mariners and commodities as a map of history

The Irish Times 15 Jun 2024
Roger Crowley explores how ‘restless Europeans’ such as Spain and Portugal created a global ‘maritime belt’ of trade and empire ... Most lucrative of all were spices, “lightweight and durable”, “the first truly global commodity”.
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ION Becomes Approved Vendor For Equities Trading On BSE

MENA FN 15 Jun 2024
(MENAFN - PR Newswire). MUMBAI, India, June 12, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- ION , a global leader in trading, analytics, treasury, and risk management solutions for capital markets, commodities, and ... .
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Key evolutions in trade and development over the decades

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 13 Jun 2024
... their share of world trade, becoming key players in global value chains.
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Promoting Rich Cultural Diversitythrough the 2024 Africa Day 

This Day 13 Jun 2024
... cotton, wood products, rubber and commodity financial services, Olam Agri is at the heart of global food and agri-trade flows with 38.3 million MT in volume traded in 2022. .
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Dukascopy Expands CFD Offerings to Include Italian Stocks and Index

Finance Magnates 12 Jun 2024
This tax affects trading strategies involving Italian assets ... Dukascopy offers trading services across multiple financial instruments globally, including currencies, commodities, precious metals, indices, stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrencies.
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Saudis join intl digital currency project

China Daily 10 Jun 2024
... renminbi settlement for bulk commodities trade ... According to Zhou, the senior researcher, "The trade of oil, an important part of bulk commodities, has a significant impact on global trade.
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Budget 2024-25: Farmers fearful as budget approaches

Dawn 09 Jun 2024
Trade liberalisation, regulatory reforms ... Khan, vice chancellor of Agriculture University, argues on similar lines, urging the federal government to liberalise regional and global agri-commodities trade.
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AI-powered, multilingual Chinese "boss ladies" expand their global reach

People Daily 08 Jun 2024
... at Yiwu International Trade Market, the world's largest small-commodity wholesale market, located in Zhejiang Province ... Its commodities are indispensable in global industrial, supply, and trade chains.
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Global food prices up for third month in a row on higher cereal and dairy ...

The National 08 Jun 2024
The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation's price index, which tracks the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 120.4 points in May, up 0.9 per cent from its revised April level, the FAO said in a report on Friday.
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World food prices rise for third straight month: UN

Dawn 08 Jun 2024
LONDON ... The UN Food and Agriculture Organisa­tion’s price index, which tracks the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 120.4 points in May, up 0.9pc from its revised April level, the FAO said on Friday ... Published in Dawn, June 8th, 2024. .
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China Focus: AI-powered, multilingual Chinese "boss ladies" expand their global reach

Xinhua 07 Jun 2024
... at Yiwu International Trade Market, the world's largest small-commodity wholesale market, located in Zhejiang Province ... Its commodities are indispensable in global industrial, supply, and trade chains.
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Oil prices climb as OPEC+ reassures markets, ECB cuts interest rate

The Economic Times 07 Jun 2024
Analysts await Chinese commodity trade data for insights into global oil demand. .
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World food prices rise for third straight month in May, UN says

RTE 07 Jun 2024
The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation's price index, which tracks the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 120.4 points in May, up 0.9% from its revised April level, the FAO said on Friday ... .
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World food prices rise for third straight month in May, says UN

Gulf Today 07 Jun 2024
Photo used for illustrative purpose ... The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation's (FAO) price index, which tracks the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 120.4 points in May, up 0.9% from its revised April level, the FAO said on Friday ... .
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