Recent Stories by Reuters Staff
Apr 18, 2018 by Reuters Staff
Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures rose on Wednesday, supported by steady-to-higher early-week cash prices, traders said.
Apr 16, 2018 by Reuters Staff
U.S. President Trump said last week he would reconsider joining the landmark Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement, if it were a “substantially better” deal than the one offered to President Obama.
Apr 12, 2018 by Reuters Staff
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he was in no rush for negotiators to finish NAFTA talks but he thinks they are getting pretty close to a deal.
Apr 09, 2018 by Reuters Staff
Argentina’s herd will shrink by up to 1 million head of cattle next year as ranchers facing scorched pastures after the worst drought in decades decide to slaughter females rather than grow their herds, analysts said.
Mar 30, 2018 by Reuters Staff
Japan is set to restore tariffs on frozen beef from the United States and other countries to usual levels from April 1, ending a hike put in place eight months earlier to protect domestic producers as an emergency.
Mar 20, 2018 by Reuters Staff
Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle and hog futures fell on Tuesday.
Mar 19, 2018 by Reuters Staff
Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures fell on Monday for a third straight session.
Mar 12, 2018 by Reuters Staff
A Brazilian federal court on Friday granted the release from jail of Joesley Batista, former chairman of the world’s biggest meatpacker, JBS SA, according to court documents.
Mar 06, 2018 by Reuters Staff
McDonald’s said on Tuesday that it had begun serving fresh beef Quarter Pounders and other premium burgers at about 3,500 restaurants in the United States, and most of its other U.S. locations will follow suit by May.
Mar 01, 2018 by Reuters Staff
World food prices rose in February from the month before, as rising prices for staple grains and dairy products more than balanced out lower values for vegetable oils, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday.
Feb 27, 2018 by Reuters Staff
The drive for cost cuts and higher margins at U.S. trucking and railroad operators is pinching their biggest customers.