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ICE Futures Canada Thursday Canola prices lower barley unchanged

WINNIPEG — ICE Futures Canada closing prices:Canola: Nov. ’17 $3.40 lower $497.60; Jan. ’18 $3.50 lower $502.90; March ’18 $3.60 lower $506.70; May ’18 $3.70 lower $509.50; July ’18 $3.60 lower $511.90; Nov. ’18 $3.60 lower $478.00; Jan. ’19 $3.60 lower $478.80; March ’19 $3.60 lower $481.50; May ’19 $3.60 lower $481.50; July ’19 $3.60 lower $481.50; Nov. ’19 $3.60 lower $481.50.Barley (Western): Oct. ’17 unchanged $145.00; Dec. ’17 unchanged $141.00; March ’18 unchanged $141.00; May ’18 unchanged $141.00; July ’18 unchanged $141.00; Oct. ’18 unchanged $141.00; Dec. ’18 unchanged $141.00; March ’19 unchanged $141.00; May ’19 unchanged $141.00; July ’19 unchanged $141.00; Oct. ’19 unchanged $141.00.Thursday’s estimated volume of trade: 194,380 tonnes of canola; 0 tonnes of barley (Western Barley). Total: 194,380. read more

Latvian team at Stanko Sivric BET – LIVE Cup in Medjugorje

Number of participants of 7 th memorial Stanko Sivric – BET Live cup Medjugorje 2012 increases from day to day.Among others this year we will host for the first time handball team from Latvia. HK Vainode from Riga will participate in Medjugorje with men’s teams born 1994/95.But that’s not all, we hope that we will be able in the coming days to confirm the participation of several other attractive teams from European countries that have expressed your interest to participate in Medjugorje. Latvian handballMedjugorjeRigaStanko Sivric CupYouth handball ← Previous Story Croatian girls are ready for the Olympic Games Next Story → HP fans opinion: Serbia won’t survive “Group of Death” in London! read more

Promoters dont know if remaining Garth Brooks concerts will go ahead

first_imgPoll: Is Dublin City Council right to refuse permission for two gigs?>The documents: Here’s exactly why the Garth Brooks gigs were refused permission>‘Guaranteed’ Garth Brooks tickets are ALREADY selling at inflated prices> AIKEN PROMOTIONS HAS cast doubt on whether the three remaining Garth Brooks concerts will go ahead.It follows Dublin City Council’s refusal to grant a license for two of the five nights at Croke Park.Speaking to RTÉ’s Six One News, Peter Aiken said that he “doesn’t know” if the remaining nights will go ahead, but that he hopes they will.“You never know… I’m talking to [Garth Brooks’ management] all the time, trying to come up with answers” he said, “I told them all along the concerts were going to happen.”“[Garth] has said to met, give me a solution to the 160,00 people,” he said, “he doesn’t want to leave the 160,000 people.”He said the process of booking more concerts had become a “runaway train” after the success of the first two nights.Aiken added that it was going to be a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ show, and said it would not be possible to strip down the equipment prepared for the concerts and move it to another venue.Punchestown racecourse has already been offered as an alternative venue, and even Cavan GAA club.Aiken Promotions had publicised and sold out the two cancelled gigs – along with the three that will go ahead on the previous Friday, Saturday and Sunday.Fans affected by the cancellation are said to be considering legal action.Read: Could the Garth gigs be saved? Here are the options…last_img read more