As Yom Kippur, the holiest of Jewish holidays begins, the congregants of a Florida synagogue face the loss of their building and its Torahs in a bank foreclosure action.
Monsanto Co. squares off next week against a 76-year-old Indiana farmer in a U.S. Supreme Court hearing with implications spanning industries from engineered fish to biotechnology medicines.
Cocoa fell to a one-week low in New York on speculation investors who hold record bullish bets will start to sell futures to lock in profits. Coffee gained.
Orange-juice futures jumped the most in 14 months after the U.S. government cut its forecast of the crop in Florida, the world’s second-largest citrus grower.
Florida’s orange crop, the world’s second biggest, will be 1.4 percent smaller than forecast in February, the government said, on signs of worsening damage from citrus greening, a plant disease.
Sugar fell to a two-week low on signs that world supplies will top demand as production climbs to a record. Coffee also declined, while cocoa gained.
Orange-juice futures fell for the first time in three days on signs of reduced hurricane risk for crops in Florida, the world’s second-largest citrus grower. Coffee, sugar and cotton slid, while cocoa advanced.
Kent John Krizman has spent 13 years as a co-pilot at American Airlines. For a chance to move across the cockpit, he’s ready to take a job in China.