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Index: Property values continued their rebound into 2013

OXFORD – The latest FNC Residential Price Index (RPI) indicates that U.S. property values continued to recover through January — the 11th consecutive month of rising prices. Despite the uneven pace of price gains across different geographical markets, there are clear signs that the housing recovery is increasingly widespread, according to the Oxford-based mortgage technology […] [...]

Sanderson Farms sees sales rise, but posts loss

LAUREL — Sanderson Farms Inc. reports net sales for the first quarter of fiscal 2013 were $595.8 million, compared with $517.8 million for the same period a year ago. For the quarter, the poultry company had a net loss of $6.9 million, or $0.31 per share, compared with a net loss of $8.0 million, or $0.36 […] [...]

State producers bullish on future of peanut crop

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Mississippi producers expect peanuts to remain a strong commodity in years to come with a steady global demand and new marketing opportunities. “The demand for peanuts will stay in place because of global economics and population,” said Mike Phillips, plant and soil sciences department head at Mississippi State University. “International markets rely […] [...]

Federal officials investigating subsidized shrimp imports

GULF OF MEXICO — The U.S. Commerce Department says it is investigating subsidies in seven nations for frozen warmwater shrimp. Gulf of Mexico shrimp processors had asked for the investigation of subsidized imports from China, Ecuador, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. “We continue to believe that the long-term survival of the entire Gulf shrimp […] [...]

County to build year-round farmer’s market

CORINTH — Alcorn County is getting a year-round farmer’s market. The board of the Fulton Drive farmer’s market, where a covered shed is soon to be constructed, has set up operating rules for the site. The Daily Corinthian reports the decision to move to a 12-month market reflects increasing availability of some crops. “We do […] [...]

FNC index shows continuing rise in U.S. home prices

OXFORD — The latest FNC Residential Price Index (RPI) shows that the recovery of U.S. property values has continued through November — the ninth consecutive month of price gains driven largely by rising homes sales and moderate economic growth. An imbalance between rising demand and limited supply continues to be an important factor for sustained […] [...]

New Viking Range owner says company on ‘fast track’

GREENWOOD — The new owner of Viking Range says it is on a fast track to increase the company’s market share and profit margins. The Greenwood Commonwealth reports the plans were outlined this week by Selim A. Bassoul, Middleby Corp.’s chairman and CEOl. Middleby paid $380 million for Greenwood-based Viking Range. Fred Carl Jr., Viking’s […] [...]

Shrimpers petition for relief from subsidized imports

GULF OF MEXICO — Shrimpers have filed petitions with the federal government seeking relief from subsidized shrimp imports. The move came several weeks after Gulf of Mexico shrimpers hailed a House bill that included a provision to increase U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s powers to combat illegal imports. The Coalition of Gulf Shrimp Industries filed […] [...]

Cochran: State should benefit from new Russian trade status

by Published: December 10,2012

Tags: export, import, international, market, trade

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) expects Mississippi will benefit from Senate passage of legislation to expand trade relations status to Russia. The legislation (HR.6156) also links Russia’s trade status with the United States to fundamental human rights compliance. The Senate approved the measure on a 92-4 vote, clearing the way for it […] [...]

Diplomat urges businesses to explore Great White North

JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant and a Canadian diplomat are urging Mississippi’s business community to look north for trading opportunities. Stephen Brereton, Canada’s consul general in Atlanta, spoke before the Mississippi Economic Council yesterday at its annual Hobnob event in Jackson. The Canadian ambassador to the United States, Gary Doer, had been scheduled to attend. […] [...]

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