Associated Press Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018 | 2 a.m. VIRGINIA CITY — The 29th Annual World Championship Outhouse Races are running this weekend in Virginia City. The two-day event is scheduled rain or shine both today and Sunday on C Street in the historic mining town southeast of Reno. Organizers say the tradition dates back to the day when outdoor plumbing was outlawed and angry residents took their outhouses to the streets in protest. The Reno Gazette Journal reports teams scheduled to race their so-called pot-rods this year down the hill to a toilet-paper finish line include the "Flapper Crapper," ''Bar Stool" and "Commando Commode." The competition begins at noon each day and runs until about 3 p.m. … [Read more...] about Flapper Crapper, Commando Commode headline Outhouse Races
Daiju Commodity Markets China Steel Sentiment Index rebounded this month TOKYO, TOKYO, JAPAN, October 3, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Daiju Commodity Markets, a Tokyo based commodity broker, committed to providing an exceptional customer experience that will ensure investor trust and confidence, is pleased to announce that sentiment in China’s steel market rebounded strongly this month with most market participants expecting steel prices to rise over the next month, according to the latest Daiju Commodity Markets China Steel Sentiment Index, which showed a headline reading of 54.56 out of a possible 100 points (a figure over 50 indicates expectations of an increase; under 50 indicates a decrease). The outlook for new domestic orders for steel for the coming month improved by 38.34 points to 54.56, the strongest reading this year. Expectations for new export orders recovered from last month’s record low of 11.08. The biggest monthly improvements in the index were seen in the … [Read more...] about Daiju Commodity Markets Outlook for New Orders at 3-Month High; Steel Prices Tipped to Rise
Daiju Commodity Markets is prominent and one of the most trusted players in the field of wealth management and services TOKYO, TOKYO, JAPAN, October 3, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Daiju Commodity Markets is a Tokyo based commodity broker, committed to rendering their clients with the best possible financial investment advice today announced that the Indian households are expected to cut into their savings with the introduction of rising inflation in the Indian market. Daiju Commodity Markets conducted a survey amongst the high-income, medium and low-income groups of the urban population of India which showed this result. Commenting on the result, the company is stating that due to the rising inflation, food consumption will be affected the most and in the coming years, other sectors will also start affecting. In the recent years, India has certainly experienced a price hike in the products and from gas to food and clothes, things are getting quite expensive. Moreover, with GST (Goods … [Read more...] about Daiju Commodity Markets New Study: Rising Inflation Will Force the Indian Households to Cut Down their Savings
Marvin G. Perez and Susanne Barton, Bloomberg Published 7:21 am PDT, Monday, October 1, 2018 Soybeans are loaded into a grain cart during harvest in Wyanet, Ill., on Sept. 18, 2018. Soybeans are loaded into a grain cart during harvest in Wyanet, Ill., on Sept. 18, 2018. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Daniel Acker. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Daniel Acker. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Soybeans are loaded into a grain cart during harvest in Wyanet, Ill., on Sept. 18, 2018. Soybeans are loaded into a grain cart during harvest in Wyanet, Ill., on Sept. 18, 2018. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Daniel Acker. After another quarterly loss, is worst over for commodities? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Commodities just posted the longest … [Read more...] about After another quarterly loss, is worst over for commodities?
0 Comments By Amrith Ramkumar Amrith Ramkumar The Wall Street Journal BiographyAmrith Ramkumar @AmrithRamkumar [email protected] Oct. 1, 2018 8:00 a.m. ET It’s been a bumpy year for commodities, and history shows things could get worse. October has historically been the worst month for gold, silver and Brent—the global benchmark for oil prices—according to an analysis going back to 1990 by Dow Jones Market Data. October also is the second-worst month for U.S. crude and copper, as well as the only month during which gold, silver and copper have posted losses on average. That is causing commodities investors to worry in a year that has already been roiled by simmering trade tensions between the world’s two biggest economies. Copper and silver are down about 15% this year on concerns that a trade dispute will crimp demand for the metals. Meanwhile, gold has fallen 9% on expectations of higher interest rates. The precious metal struggles to … [Read more...] about Why Commodities Investors Enter October Bracing for Losses