A picture from Feb. 21, 2007 shows a view of Yuganskneftegaz pumping station, formerly owned by Russian oil giant Yukos, in Priobskoe oilfield, near Nefteyugansk, Russia.
LONDON (Reuters) - The euro was stuck near its lowest level since November and Russian markets tumbled for a third straight day on Monday as new European sanctions for Moscow chilled the already frosty relationship between the two.
A leading U.S. meat supplier said Monday that the operation of a Chinese subsidiary at the center of a food safety scandal was "absolutely inconsistent" with the company's standards.
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Tyson Foods Inc. said its fiscal third-quarter profit and sales rose on higher prices and volumes, while the food giant prepared to close its deal to buy Hillshire Brands and reached a deal to sell chicken operations in Mexico and Brazil.