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Olam Deal at Premium Sends Noble Group Toward Monthly Advance

Noble Group Ltd., the commodities trader criticized over its accounting methods, climbed for a second day, extending its first monthly advance since November, after Mitsubishi Corp. agreed to pay a premium for a stake in rival Olam International Ltd.


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Why Mitsubishi Is Buying 20% of Grain Trader Olam

Mitsubishi, betting on growing demand for food in Asia, agreed to buy a 20 percent stake in Olam International, the commodity trader controlled by Singapore’s state investment company, in two deals worth S$1.53 billion ($1.09 billion). Bloomberg's Yuriy Humber has more on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Is the Market Correction Over or Is More to Come?

Pacific Heights Asset Management President Michael Cuggino discusses the U.S. Markets, whether the Fed will raise interest rates and where he's putting his money. He speaks to Bloomberg's Angie Lau on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)