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Ag & Energy Report 4.20.17

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Ag & Energy Report 4.20.17 Thu, 20 Apr 2017 12:26:39 +0000 Ag & Energy Report 4.20.17 Ag & Energy Report 4.20.17 KARD the treasury department for a waiver from u.s. sanctions on russia in a bid to resume its joint venture with state oil giant pao rosneft. exxon has been seeking u.s. permission to drill with rosneft in several areas banned by sanctions and renewed a push for approval in march. secretary of state rex tillerson used to be ceo of exxon mobil. sales of soda has dropped for a 12th straight year. beverage digest says consumers are choosing healthier options and a sugar taxes are forcing people to buy other drinks. duke energy ceo says despite talk of "reviving the coal industry" in the trump administration, coal remains economically and environmentally challenged - and duke won't change its move away from the fuel. 9 she said the economics of coal "are really challenged" and that it would prove more important than any government position. researchers at the university of florida found that about 16 percent of wine consumers purchase organic wine and most american and italian consumers are not willing to pay more for wine labeled as organic. despite that vineyards planted for organic wine have grown since the 1980's because of concern over pesticides. from the nasdaq marketsite in times square, i'm jane king with your ag

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