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Consumer Goods Commodity Boom
By JAMES THILL

Consumer Goods commodity prices are enjoying their best run in about a month at 3497 CR/MT as of yesterday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
Foodstuffs Commodity Boom
By JAMES THILL

Foodstuffs commodity prices are enjoying their best run in a few months at 178 CR/MT as of Tuesday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
Fabricated Materials Commodity Boom
By ANGELA SMITH

Fabricated Materials commodity prices are enjoying their best run in several months at 379 CR/MT as of earlier this month, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
Investigators Focus on Structure
By JAMES THILL

An E-11 Saint, operated by Junk Ore Inc, came apart in mid-air over an empty field in the Nikser region earlier this month. Witnesses report the tail section detaching from the fuselage. The sole occupant was the pilot whose partial remains have been found. After recovering the "black box" the team investigating found the E-11 was at an altitude of 17 km.
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LATEST HEADLINES
Total Colonies Slump
By ANGELA SMITH

The Governor's office announced yesterday that the total colony count has fallen to 199, the lowest level in several months. The Yonmaran development board is pointing fingers at the alliances blaming them for not maintaining the existing colonies and endangering the workforce.
Approach Results in Disaster
By ANGELA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; SHAUN A. STAGG

A W-6 Manx, operated by Gallifrey's Homelanders, erupted in flames after crashing into Outer D Deois Farm 01 in the Aknow region during a failed landing attempt Friday at 18:32Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crew member was qualified for the flight.
Refined Fuel Commodity Boom
By ANGELA SMITH

Refined Fuel commodity prices are enjoying their best run in a few months at 116 CR/MT as of Thursday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
Police Investigate Fatal Crash
By ANGELA SMITH

A C-2A Dasher, driven by Midshipman CHRISTOBAL LEONARDO, crashed off-roading in Deois Port District Monday at 22:10Z. The driver was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene.
C-2A Slams into Structure
By ANGELA SMITH

A C-2A Dasher, driven by Midshipman GGHGHGG, exploded when it collided with a building in Deois Transit District earlier this month. The driver was the only one aboard and was killed on impact.
Common Material Commodity Boom
By ANGELA SMITH

Common Material commodity prices are enjoying their best run in a few months at 23 CR/MT as of earlier this month, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a pickup in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to pile back into commodities. A sustained rally in commodities would likely signal healthy consumer and business demand.
Global Population Booming
By ANGELA SMITH

The results of the most recent Vieneo census were completed earlier this month and with a new count of 78916 colonists has exceeded the record set over ten years ago.
Landing Goes Horribly Wrong
By JAMES THILL

A W-6 Manx, operated by Mineral Mountain Madness Co., erupted in flames after crashing into Hexis Agrigrain 5 in the Aknow region during a failed landing attempt earlier this month. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crew member was qualified for the flight.
BUSINESS

FTL Departs Easydock (TAC)
By LUCINDA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; GREY GHOST

The DIHV ship VALLEY FORGE (IVR 3811-A) departed earlier this month.
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Ground Breaking Ceremony
By LUCINDA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; SHAUN A. STAGG

Mineral Mountain Madness Co. began construction on a new mining colony at Outer D earlier this year. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Aknow region.
Ground Breaking Ceremony
By LUCINDA SMITH

Mineral Mountain Madness Co. began construction on a new farming colony at Solaris last year. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Trebmal region.