U.S. hog farmers are making money for the first time in a year after prices surged to a two-decade seasonal high and feed costs fell, spurring them to expand herds that will yield the most pork on record.
The Japan Bank for International Cooperation may lend as much as $4 billion for a nuclear plant project in Texas that would be the country’s first state financing for an atomic power station abroad.
U.S. hog farmers are slaughtering animals at the fastest pace since 2009 as a surge in feed costs spurs the biggest losses in 14 years, signaling smaller herds next year and a rebound in pork prices.
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