Around one percent of worldwide users of social media giant Facebook are located in Italy -- but if the company's legal woes are in indication, it might have more than that share of its enemies in the country.
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Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agricultural futures closed higher in the past trading week which ended August 17 amid declining crop conditions and news about trade talks with China.
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