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Sugar falls to lowest in more than 6 years, arabica dips NEW YORK/LONDON: Raw sugar futures on ICE extended losses and fell to the lowest in more than six years on Friday, weighed down by abundant supplies, while coffee also dropped along with the larger commodity complex Cocoa extended losses, with the New York market falling for the fourth straight week and London for the fifth as speculators fled. Raw sugar fell to a session low of 12.10 cents a lb, the lowest since January 2009, pushed down by the falling Brazilian real currency and ample supplies and stocks."The pipeline is already full, and there's more sugar on the way.The cash market is quiet," a US trader said. May raw sugar futures closed 0.21 cent, or 1.7 percent, lower at 12.13 cents a lb, closing the week down 4.3 percent. Tracey Allen, commodity analyst at Rabobank, said strength in the spot whites-over-raws sugar premium, trading above $95 per tonne, the highest ...

CBOT soybeans extend losing streak on US acreage view CHICAGO: US soybean futures fell to a one-week low on Friday on pressure from the expanding South American harvest and forecasts for huge plantings in the United States, traders said.It was the fourth straight lower close for the front-month soybean contract at the Chicago Board of Trade.Soymeal futures also slipped, but support from end-of-week short covering kept the declines in check.Soyoil posted the biggest decline, dropping 1.7 percent on weak demand in the cash market ...
CBOT corn edges lower on positioning ahead of USDA data CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade corn futures finished mostly lower in a two-sided session on Friday as investors evened positions before the US Department of Agriculture releases data next week, traders said.Most-active May corn futures reversed from narrow gains and settled lower, still gaining about 1.7 percent for the week. Prices reached roughly a five-week peak on Thursday before turning lower in a bearish "outside day" on the charts. Friday's session low of $3.89-1/4 per ...
Wheat jumps 2pc in rebound ahead of USDA reports CHICAGO: US wheat climbed as much as 2 percent in a bargain-buying bounce on Friday, rebounding after three sessions of steep declines that dragged futures into technically oversold territory. Soybean and corn futures each were lower at the Chicago Board of Trade with investors in all three trading pits squaring their books ahead of the US Department of Agriculture's prospective plantings report due next week.Wheat shed more than 4 percent for the week despite Friday's ...
NY cocoa to fall to $2,505 in three months SINGAPORE: New York cocoa is expected to drop to $2,505 per tonne over the next three months as indicated by its wave pattern and a Fibonacci projection analysis.The drop from the Sept. 25, 2014 high of $3,349 consists of three waves, with the current wave c progressing towards $2,505, the 61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement on the rise from the Dec. 12, 2011 low of $1,983 to $3,349.The analysis also reveals support at $2,666, the 50 ...
Wheat set for weekly loss of more than 5pc, but corn up SYDNEY: US wheat on Friday held on to most of its losses from the previous session, when it posted its biggest daily drop in more than eight months, and was set to finish the week down 5.5 percent amid favourable weather forecasts and a firm dollar.Soybeans fell for a fourth day, hurt by expectations of a bumper South American crop, but corn gained for a fifth session out of six as higher crude oil prices ...
Sugar flirts with 6-year low, arabica coffee extends gains NEW YORK/LONDON: Raw sugar futures tested the prior session's six-year low in thin trade on Thursday, under pressure from a strengthening dollar, abundant supplies and light physical demand, while arabica coffee extended gains. New York cocoa futures eased, pressured by the weak sterling, and bucking the session's higher trend in larger commodity markets after Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies began air strikes on Yemen. Raw sugar fell as the dollar strengthened, with traders ...


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