The soybean market has lost momentum. The market hasn’t been able to trade and close above the key level of $12.00, even with all the bullish news of Chinese demand, tightening stocks, and drought conditions in Brazil.
Brazil's Petrobras said today that more than one in five of its direct employees agreed to leave the company under a buyout program expected to save the financially troubled state-led oil company 33 billion reais ($10.2 billion) by 2020.

Moody's Investors Service is studying Brazil's credit rating for a possible downgrade to junk status due to a deteriorating economy, widening fiscal deficit and increasing risks of political paraly

Oil prices held above $50 a barrel on Wednesday following a 3% jump a day earlier on the back of Brazilian and Libyan supply worr

Deutsche Bank new chief John Cryan admitted to grave problems in implementing strategic and cultural change at Germany's biggest lender.
Caterpillar Inc on Thursday reported lower quarterly profits, cut its 2015 earnings forecast and warned its revenue would tumble in 2016.
A new report by Tudor, Pickering, Hold, and Company says that this is the beginning of the end for major crude oil discoveries in the world.
A weaker currency gives a tangible boost to exports despite the rise of global supply chains blurring the country of origin of many products, according to research published by the International Monetary Fund on Monday.
Recent turmoil in the Brazilian stock market has increased the pessimism around its economy and its society and reflects the bad situation the biggest Latin-American economy is dealing with.
Fifteen of the world's largest banks are under investigation for rigging the Brazilian currency, antitrust watchdog Cade said on Thursday, the first such probe in one of the busiest foreign exchange markets globally.