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Will PET bottles change tastes of Japan’s aluminum can collectors?

The beverage sector has long favored aluminum cans for being lighter, stronger and more easily recyclable than the alternatives, despite being up to three times more expensive than steel and twice more than PET. But the economics ofShow More Summary

Gasoline, jet fuel prices set the pace in the Trump era: Of Presidents and Prices

With President Donald Trump now into his second year in office, several key commodity prices were 5% stronger on average through the end of February, compared with on January 19, 2017, the day before his inauguration. Eight of the 11...Show More Summary

Japan aluminum’s tipple of choice: US bourbon in a can

Jim Beam, the world’s biggest-selling US bourbon whiskey, is sold mostly in aluminum cans in Japan — which could potentially take an unintended hit from the US’ recent move to impose a 10% levy on aluminum imports. Depending on how world...Show More Summary

Early March crude imports are down on spring refinery turnarounds: In the LOOP

The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port imported only one cargo of crude during the first 10 days of March, according to S&P Global Platts Analytics and US Customs data. Marathon Petroleum bought one 497,000-barrel cargo of Mexican heavy sour crude Maya on March 6, according to the data. Show More Summary

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