|Symbol||Name||Last Price||Market Time||Change||% Change||Volume||Open Interest||Day Chart|
|ES=F||E-Mini S&P 500 Mar 21||3,884.75||4:59PM EST||+20.25||+0.52%||1.087M||2.584M|
|YM=F||Mini Dow Jones Indus.-$5 Mar 21||31,076.00||4:59PM EST||+126.00||+0.41%||120,642||97,155|
|NQ=F||Nasdaq 100 Mar 21||13,603.50||4:59PM EST||+56.00||+0.41%||426,292||230,699|
|RTY=F||E-mini Russell 2000 Index Futur||2,233.00||4:59PM EST||+33.60||+1.53%||180,973||561,747|
|ZB=F||U.S. Treasury Bond Futures,Mar-||166.8125||4:59PM EST||-0.6562||-0.39%||536,048||1.182M|
|ZN=F||10-Year T-Note Futures,Mar-2021||136.703125||4:59PM EST||-0.093750||-0.07%||2.151M||3.536M|
|MGC=F||Micro Gold Futures,Apr-2021||1,814.80||4:59PM EST||+23.60||+1.32%||67,800||20,341|
|SIL=F||Micro Silver Futures,Mar-2021||27.02||4:59PM EST||+0.79||+3.00%||10,518||6,090|
|PL=F||Platinum Apr 21||1,137.80||4:59PM EST||+34.80||+3.16%||12,899||61,341|
|HG=F||Copper Mar 21||3.6400||4:59PM EST||+0.0870||+2.45%||80,755||141,548|
|PA=F||Palladium Jun 21||2,354.50||4:55PM EST||+63.30||+2.76%||667||2,497|
|CL=F||Crude Oil||57.07||4:59PM EST||+0.84||+1.49%||367,946||405,717|
|HO=F||Heating Oil Mar 21||1.7163||4:59PM EST||+0.0158||+0.93%||59,728||110,917|
|NG=F||Natural Gas Mar 21||2.8820||4:59PM EST||-0.0530||-1.81%||243,671||278,534|
|RB=F||RBOB Gasoline Mar 21||1.6526||4:58PM EST||+0.0078||+0.47%||51,803||124,494|
|BZ=F||Brent Crude Oil Last Day Financ||59.59||4:59PM EST||+0.75||+1.27%||23,213||19,989|
|B0=F||Mont Belvieu LDH Propane (OPIS)||0.7775||11:35AM EST||-0.0661||-7.84%||1||17,681|
|ZC=F||Corn Futures,Mar-2021||549.00||2:19PM EST||-1.00||-0.18%||190,494||592,096|
|ZO=F||Oat Futures,Mar-2021||348.25||2:04PM EST||0.00||0.00%||68||2,802|
|KE=F||KC HRW Wheat Futures,Mar-2021||625.25||2:19PM EST||+6.50||+1.05%||47,393||85,761|
|ZR=F||Rough Rice Futures,Mar-2021||12.995||2:19PM EST||-0.030||-0.23%||417||8,018|
|ZM=F||Soybean Meal Futures,Mar-2021||430.70||2:19PM EST||-2.40||-0.55%||36,520||130,720|
|ZL=F||Soybean Oil Futures,Mar-2021||44.75||2:19PM EST||-0.19||-0.42%||51,720||155,449|
|ZS=F||Soybean Futures,Mar-2021||1,367.50||2:19PM EST||-5.00||-0.36%||115,198||291,246|
|GF=F||Feeder Cattle Futures,Mar-2021||138.375||2:04PM EST||-1.125||-0.81%||4,334||18,126|
|HE=F||Lean Hogs Futures,Apr-2021||80.40||2:04PM EST||+1.10||+1.39%||15,709||99,054|
|LE=F||Live Cattle Futures,Apr-2021||123.60||2:04PM EST||-0.15||-0.12%||19,475||142,501|
|CC=F||Cocoa May 21||2,485.00||1:29PM EST||+13.00||+0.53%||30,956||90,030|
|KC=F||Coffee May 21||126.10||1:29PM EST||-0.55||-0.43%||20,693||70,449|
|CT=F||Cotton May 21||83.89||2:19PM EST||-0.13||-0.15%||29,177||84,087|
|LB=F||Lumber Nov 20||762.70||2:19PM EDT||+29.00||+3.95%||449||1,705|
|OJ=F||Orange Juice May 21||114.65||1:59PM EST||+0.90||+0.79%||393||3,740|
|SB=F||Sugar #11 May 21||15.74||12:59PM EST||+0.04||+0.25%||69,386||256,994|
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has ordered more than 700 delivery trucks that run on compressed natural gas, as it tries to reduce its carbon footprint, Reuters has reported. What Happened: A joint venture between Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) and Westport Fuel Systems Inc (NASDAQ: WPRT) will supply the engines. Amazon told Reuters that it has ordered more than 700 trucks so far. An unnamed source also told Reuters that the Cummins-Westport JV has ordered more than 1,000 engines in total. The trucks will be used for deliveries between warehouses and distribution centers. Why It Matters: Amazon aims to have net-zero carbon emissions across the whole company by 2040. And it aims to have 50% of all shipments be net zero by 2030. The pandemic caused an uptick in heavy duty truck traffic, as more people and businesses relied on e-commerce and deliveries, Reuters noted. Natural gas burns about 27% cleaner than the diesel fuel used in big trucks. See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaApple Buys Rights To Movie 'CODA' For Million At Sundance, Setting Record? 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Amazon.com Inc has ordered hundreds of trucks that run on compressed natural gas as it tests ways to shift its U.S. fleet away from heavier polluting trucks, the company told Reuters on Friday. Transportation companies are building their stable of electric vehicles to reduce carbon emissions. Much of the nation's freight is delivered via medium- and heavy-duty trucks, which account for more than 20% of the industry's greenhouse gas emissions even though they make up less than 5% of the road fleet, according to U.S. federal data.
The consortium behind theRussia-led Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline has resumed layingpipes in the waters of Denmark, it said on Saturday, despitemounting pressure on the project from Washington. Construction of the link, which would double the capacity ofthe existing Nord Stream pipeline to 110 billion cubic metres ofgas per year, was suspended in December 2019 due to the threatof sanctions from Washington. However the German government has stood by the project andlate in December a vessel called the Fortuna, which wassubsequently put under sanctions by Washington, laid a 2.6 km(1.6 mile) portion of the pipeline in German waters.
Transportation markets are likely next, with electric vehicles (EVs) offered by nearly every manufacturer in the industry. The success of Tesla has shown that demand for EVs is strong, but the market is still very young and hasn't disrupted oil stocks much yet. EVs have been slowly gaining ground for years, but it's their current scale that makes them so troubling for oil markets.
It was inevitable members of WallStreetBets would turn to silver. It's been the preferred metal of economic populism since the 19th century.
BTC is back within striking distance of its all-time high set early last month.
Blockchain doesn't need ARPANET-type government support. But co-ordination and collective action are vital to avoid duplication of effort.
Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltdsaid on Friday that its wholly-owned Pebble Limited Partnershipand the unit's former chief executive officer had been servedwith subpoenas. The subpoenas to produce documents is related to a grandjury investigation apparently involving recordings of privateconversations regarding the Pebble mine project. Tom Collier, CEO of Pebble Limited Partnership, the companytrying to develop Alaska's Pebble Mine project, had resigned inSeptember after his comments on elected and regulatory officialsin the U.S. state were covertly videotaped and released by anenvironmental activist group.
(Bloomberg) -- A former Royal Dutch Shell Plc natural gas trader in Houston pleaded guilty to a criminal charge related to his role in an illegal scheme that started in 2013 in which he sought to profit by using non-public information obtained from the company.Marcus Schultz disclosed the information to other traders and brokers in a conspiracy to profit from fraudulent gas futures trades, the Justice Department said in a federal court filing in Houston. His guilty plea was announced earlier this week by the Justice Department.Prosecutors said some of Schultz’s trading occurred around the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s weekly gas storage report, which can move prices by signaling whether the market is bullish or bearish based on underground inventories.From April 2013 to February 2016, Schultz used his company’s material non-public information to enter into fictitious trades, according to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. At that time, Schultz worked for BG Group Plc, according to court filings and a company document. Shell completed its takeover of BG in 2016.Shell Energy North America assisted the Justice Department and the CFTC with their investigations into Schultz, the company said in an emailed statement. His attorney declined to comment.In a related case, former gas trader John Ed James pleaded guilty on Monday to one count of conspiracy to commit commodities fraud and wire fraud, the Justice Department said in a statement. Those trades happened while working at an unidentified company. The trades James arranged with others generated almost $1 million in illicit proceeds, the Justice Department said. James’s attorney declined to comment.The scheme involved offsetting trades, which are opposite transactions for an equal number of contracts of the same delivery month, prosecutors said. By offsetting, traders can cancel delivery of the underlying commodity and profit off the difference between the price of the futures contract when the trade was initiated and the price when it was offset. Schultz pleaded guilty in July to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, the Justice Department said in the statement Monday.In September, the CFTC said it settled charges against Schultz for misappropriating his employer’s confidential information to enter into fictitious trades. The order required Schultz to pay a civil penalty of almost $670,000 and repay about $427,000.“There is no place in our company for this kind of behavior and that individual’s employment was terminated. We have fully cooperated with the authorities,” Shell said. The company is a major gas trader and operates one of the world’s largest fleets of liquefied natural gas carriers.The case is United States of America v. Marcus Schultz, 4:20-cr-00270, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas (Houston)(Updates with dates provided by the CFTC in the third paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.?2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Platinum, now trading around $1,100 an ounce, is up 15% in the past 12 months, but has lagged behind gold, silver, and other platinum-group metals, such as palladium and rhodium, in recent years. Bulls argue that platinum could head back toward its old high in the next five years because of supply constraints, resilient automotive demand, new uses such as hydrogen fuel cells, and investment interest. Sibanye is a top-three producer of platinum, at about one million ounces annually, and among the top three in palladium and rhodium.
Nigeria's central bank told financial institutions they couldn't provide crypto companies or users with services on Friday.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil set a fresh one-year high in New York with continued producer supply curbs helping spur strength everywhere from physical markets to the futures curve.Futures gained 1.1% in New York on Friday to the highest since late January 2020, while Brent crude remained just under $60 a barrel in London. The number of vessels sailing toward China jumped to a six-month high on Friday, suggesting the world’s largest importer may be piling back into the oil market. Meanwhile, crude stockpiles tied to oil futures in China fell to the lowest since June 2020, according to data analytics company OilX, the latest sign of ebbing inventories.Crude was buoyed this week by a pledge from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies to keep draining a virus-driven surplus. Expectations of a global economic recovery this year are also raising forecasts for stronger oil demand, even though lockdown measure are restricting mobility in the meantime. At the same time, more money is flowing into the space with investor holdings of West Texas Intermediate futures soaring to the highest since 2018.“There’s going to be bumps in the road, but we know the final outcome now, which is that we’re heading back toward a lot more normal,” said Vikas Dwivedi, a global energy strategist for Macquarie Group in Houston. “Demand bottomed, supply has remained in check and the macro factors like equity markets, inflation potential and the U.S. dollar are tailwinds directionally for more capital coming into oil.”Underpinning oil’s climb to one-year highs has been a sharp movement of the futures curve into a bullish backwardation structure. The key premium on West Texas Intermediate crude’s nearest December contract over the following December widened out past $3 a barrel to the strongest level in a year. In the options market, there has been large betting that the curve will widen further into backwardation through the end of the year, according to exchange data compiled by Bloomberg.Meanwhile, Royal Dutch Shell Plc led a buying binge earlier this week in the North Sea market, snapping up the most cargoes on an S&P Global Platts by a single company since at least 2008.“OPEC has done a good job of complying with the cuts that they said they were going to make, which couldn’t always be counted on in the past,” said Stewart Glickman, energy equity analyst at CFRA Research. “They seem to be, mainly because of Saudi’s help, sticking to a fairly hard line on production.”However, there are also reasons to be cautious. Oil at $60 a barrel will bring back more supply and keep any further gains in check, according to top trading firm Gunvor Group Ltd. Average WTI prices for the rest of the year are around $55 a barrel, while for next year they’re above $50, levels that could spur producers to pump more.“We’re coming up on prices that could encourage production growth,” said Matt Marshall, director of market analytics at AEGIS, a hedging and commodities trading advisor. “There does seem to be some return optimism among producers.”For now though, there are signs of ongoing strength as Saudi Aramco left its oil prices unchanged for Asia in March, defying expectations of a cut. It also hiked pricing to Europe and the U.S.(A previous version corrected the year in the second paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.?2021 Bloomberg L.P.
DeFi and the prospect of trading futures have crypto investors scooping up ETH.
The U.S. gained very few jobs in January, but persistent positive signs of eventual COVID relief kept Wall Street bidding up the major indices Friday.
Exxon Mobil Corp saidon Friday it had reduced crude output levels at the Liza Destinyfloating platform off Guyana's coast after a gas compressorfailed. The company, which owns a 45% stake in the Stabroek blockwhere Liza is located, did not specify current productionlevels. Hess Corp, one of Exxon's partners in the block with a30% stake, said in an earnings call last week that productionhad reached full capacity of 120,000 barrels per day (bpd).
U.S. stock indexes notched their best weekly gain since the November elections Friday, even though the latest update on employment showed a disappointing jobs gain in January, suggesting that recovery in the labor market is stalling.
Bitfinex says early Friday it repaid fully of the loan to Tether.
Stocks rose, reaching fresh record levels after a closely watched report on the labor market missed expectations, possibly making a case for additional fiscal stimulus.
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(Bloomberg) -- Gold rose, trimming a weekly loss as the dollar weakened after disappointing U.S. payrolls data supported the case for more economic stimulus.The U.S. added half as many jobs as expected last month and December figures were revised lower, a U.S. government report showed Friday. The dollar fell for the first time in three days, increasing demand for bullion as an alternative asset. The labor report comes after the Senate voted to adopt a budget blueprint for President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion virus relief package.Gold has slumped this year, with progress on vaccines helping the outlook for a recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and diminishing the appeal of the metal as a haven. Investors are weighing that view against the possibility that further stimulus could weaken the dollar and boost consumer prices, with bullion often used as an inflation hedge.“Today’s data has reaffirmed the need of another round of stimulus, which is helping the gold price,” said Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at Ava Trade. “Moreover, the price of gold was way oversold, and this has provided the perfect catalyst for retracement.”Earlier gains in Treasury yields faded, giving an additional spur for precious metals, which don’t offer interest. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve officials have played down the economic impact of recent stock-market volatility, in the latest sign that the U.S. central bank is not yet close to scaling back its massive monthly bond purchases.‘Gold-Supportive’Jonathan Butler, a strategist at Mitsubishi Corp U.K. Plc, said 2021 “will be a year of two halves: the next several months will be marked by a worsening coronavirus situation and associated negative economic impact globally, offset only by further massive fiscal and monetary stimulus.”“This will make for a gold-supportive macro environment of low yields, a weak dollar and safe-haven investment,” he said in a note.Still, gold is heading for a second straight weekly drop, and its 50-day moving average is on the cusp of dropping below its 200-day counterpart, approaching a so-called death cross pattern that can signal further losses.Spot gold rose 1% to $1,811.79 an ounce by 3:13 p.m. in New York, after dropping to $1,785 on Thursday, the lowest intraday price since Dec. 1. It’s on track for a 2% loss this week. Futures for April delivery on the Comex climbed 1.2% to settle at $1,813 an ounce.Silver for immediate delivery rose 2.1%, steadying after recent market turmoil. The metal became a target of a retail-driven short-squeeze attempt, leading to an early week surge followed by a collapse. Palladium and platinum both gained.The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index declined 0.5% after climbing 0.4% on Thursday.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.?2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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