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Pig virus threatens U.S. outdoor grilling season

New York - A dark cloud is menacing the cherished U.S. summer season of outdoor grilling: a deadly pig virus that has been sweeping through farms and driving up pork prices.
In the Media by Juliette Michel (AFP) - 1 comment

Pig virus threatens US outdoor grilling season

New York - A dark cloud is menacing the cherished US summer season of outdoor grilling: a deadly pig virus that has been sweeping through farms and driving up pork prices.
In the Media by Juliette Michel (AFP)

Small roaster leads way on price hikes as coffee surges, Starbucks resists

The biggest arabica coffee rally in two decades is beginning to force smaller-brand roasters to quietly raise wholesale prices, even as top names such as Starbucks Corp <SBUX.O> resist.
In the Media by Marcy Nicholson (Reuters)

U.S. producer prices fall, offer little sign of inflation pressure

U.S. producer prices fell in February, dragged down by falling costs for services and offering little sign of a pickup in inflation pressures.
In the Media by Reuters

U.S. import prices post largest gain in a year

U.S. import prices rose more than expected and recorded their largest gain in a year in February as petroleum soared, but there was little sign of a broad pick-up in imported inflation.
In the Media by Reuters

China's home price rises ease for first time in 14 months

China's home price rises eased for the first time in 14 months in January, the latest sign that the government's more than four-year campaign to rein in property risk may finally be starting to bite.
In the Media by Reuters

Consumer prices rise marginally

Consumer prices rose in January as unseasonably cold weather boosted demand for electricity and heating fuel, but inflation pressures remained muted.
In the Media by Reuters

Producer prices edge up in January

Producer prices rose for a second straight month in January, pushed up by an increase in the cost of goods, but there was little sign of a broad pick-up in inflation pressures at the factory gate.
In the Media by Reuters - 1 comment

Canada move to cut retail price gap with U.S. seen ineffective

Proposed legislation to crack down on companies that unjustifiably charge more for goods in Canada than in the United States has raised eyebrows among experts on the issue as it is seen as being ineffectiv...
In the Media by Louise Egan (Reuters)

World food prices fall amid strong supplies and production: UN

Rome - World food prices fell in January for the first time for three months, because plenty of food is reaching markets and production looks good, the UN's food agency said on Thursday.But demand, notably in Asia is rising.A key price index fell by 1.
In the Media by AFP
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