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Medeama head to Morocco with own food, water
The Ghanaian top-flight said they have to resort to such arrangement to counter possible ploy to demoralise them ahead of the game against opponents Moghreb Fes.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Evening markets: corn drops from high. But wheat holds firm
Sessions ahead of weekends often see a bout of profit-taking, there being two days when investors are unable to trade.
Medeama Handed Raw Deal In Morocco, Offered Student Mattresses
The Chief Executive Officer of Medeama SC, James Essilfie says his side has been met with a poor reception by Moroccan club Maghreb Fes but insist the crummy treatment will not deter his side from securing another positive result against the Moroccans in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Medeama to fly out to Morocco on Wednesday ahead of CAF Confed return leg
Medeama will fly out to Morocco on Wednesday morning ahead of Saturday's return CAF Confederation Cup match against Maghreb de Fes.
Noble in talks with Cofco over agriculture tie-up
Shares in Noble jumped after the commodities giant said it was mulling a joint venture involving its struggling agriculture business and a consortium reportedly including Cofco, fresh from buying control of grain trader Nidera.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Sugar rally has more to go on stock 'surprise'
The rally in sugar prices, spurred by Brazil's drought, could gain some further support from hedge fund buying, and the discovery that inventories are not as large as had been thought.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
EXCLUSIVE: Medeama's Confed Cup guests MAS Fez in financial crisis
Moroccan side MAS Fez have been hit with huge managerial and financial crisis ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup first leg tie against Medeama on Sunday, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
UPDATE 1-Morocco opens final tender on wind farms worth $1.7 bln
Morocco has opened a final tender for construction of five wind farms totalling 850 megawatts, worth an estimated $1.7 billion, for which five consortia have been pre-qualified, state-run power utility ONEE said.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Red Pine Exploration to Exhibit at the 2014 Prospectors and...
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Mon Feb 24, 2014
Evening markets: weather woes lift coffee, sugar and wheat
Sure, shares notched up the achievement, in New York, of a record intraday high of 1,857 for the S&P 500 index.
Mums lose fight against children's centre cuts
Opening hours at Dengie Children's Centre, based at Burnham's Ormiston Rivers Academy, will be cut from 41 a week to ten.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Sugar price rally continues, despite ISO caution
The International Sugar Organization countered expectations of rising sugar prices long-term, even as futures hit a fresh two-month high, bolstered by concerns over the "persistent rainfall deficit" in Brazil.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Drought to prompt fall in Brazil sugar cane crop
Macquarie raised ideas about the damage to Brazil's cane crop from dry weather, but cautioned over the rally in prices, even as futures hit a two-month high - albeit still underperforming coffee, which soared a further 4%.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Evening markets: sugar makes headway, but wheat struggles
The general markets background was actually helpful, with Chinese lending data deemed supportive, in showing aggregate financing, the broadest measure of credit available, rising to 2,580bn remninbi last month from 1,200bn remninbi in December, and showing a small year-on-year rise.
Brazil drought may be bigger sugar threat in 2015
The dent to Brazilian sugar output from drought which has forced more than 140 cities to ration water could be felt more in 2015, because of a buffer for this year presented by unharvested cane.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
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Mon Feb 10, 2014
Brazil heatwave 'serious fear' for sugar - in 2015
Brazil's heatwave could prove a "serious concern" for sugar output - but not until 2015, Marex Spectron said, foreseeing prices "soon" starting a long-term recovery.
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Fri Feb 07, 2014
The Washington Post
Suez Wins Contracts From Morocco to China for Wastewater Works
Suez Environnement, the second- biggest publicly traded water company in Europe, won contracts this week for sludge and wastewater-treatment projects from Morocco to Egypt and China.
Hemsworth and South Elmsall Today
New fund cash handed over to first winners
Nigel Price from Asda donating the first i 1 2100 to members Barry Dowd, Norman Wright, Margaret Shooter, Terry Ward and Irene Dowd from the Kickstart Art Group in South Elmsall.