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NEW YORK: Orange juice futures finished lower on Wednesday on sales by small speculators as the market consolidated in range-bound trade after prices dropped last week to the lowest in 1-1/2 years, analysts said. Key July frozen concentrated orange juice fell 1.40 cents to close at $1.4565 per lb after trading from $1.4505 to $1.488. Country Hedging Inc. analyst Sterling Smith said the market seems to be establishing a band running from $1.40 to $1.50, basis July. "I would look for (more) range trade in juice," he said. Last Wednesday, the contract finished at $1.417 after bottoming at $1.3835. That marked the lowest close for the spot juice contract since Sept. 3, 2010, according to Thomson Reuters data. The trade monitored weather conditions in Florida, the country's leading citrus producer. Smith said storm premium buying normally seen during hurricane season may not get going until possibly late July or August since most storms which strike Florida's ...

NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold traded flat on Tuesday, halting a two-day drop brought about by euro zone debt jitters, as a Wall Street rally lifted the metal off lows hit earlier in the session. Bullion, which has taken to follow equities, rose nearly $20 from its initial nadir after a slew of encouraging US corporate results led by Goldman Sachs Group Inc fuelled a 200-point jump in the Dow. The metal had lost 2 percent in the previous ...
NEW YORK: Orange juice futures finished higher Tuesday on speculative buying as the market extended its recovery after dropping last week to its lowest level in 1-1/2 years, analysts said. Key July frozen concentrated orange juice added 1.70 cents or almost 1.2 percent to close at $1.4795 per lb after trading from $1.4565 to $1.5235. "It's putting together a recovery rally," said The Price Group analyst Jack Scoville. The market has stabilized after sinking over 10 percent in ...
NEW YORK/LONDON: Copper topped $8,000 a tonne on Tuesday, rebounding from three-month lows a day earlier, as euro zone debt worries eased and a surprise drop in Rio Tinto's copper output brought the red metal's tight supply pipeline back into focus. Copper pushed higher alongside a broader risk-on rally in global equities and the euro after a smooth Spanish bond sale and upbeat German economic data boosted investor confidence and boosted hopes the euro zone was ...
BUENOS AIRES: Argentina's closing soy prices and trends on Monday: * Soy prices in Rosario closed lower at between 1,500 and 1,505 pesos per tonne ($341-$342), down from 1,523.5 pesos per tonne in the previous session due to losses in the benchmark Chicago futures market, traders said. * Trade volume was thin at between 5,000 to 8,000 tonnes. * Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell 1 percent, the most in four weeks, on technical selling ...
NEW YORK: Cotton futures closed Monday near a month low on fund liquidation as investors scampered out of the spot contract before it goes into delivery on first notice day next week, traders said.     The benchmark May cotton contract on the ICE Futures US exchange fell the 4.00 cents daily limit to end at 88.08 cents per lb, with the session top at 92.13 cents. It was the lowest settlement close for cotton since March ...
CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat futures dropped 1.2 percent on Monday, with prices closing just above their daily lows, as good weather raised expectations for a large US crop that could add to ample global supplies, traders said. * Kansas City Board of Trade hard red winter wheat futures and MGEX spring wheat also fell on pressure from plentiful stockpiles. * The benchmark CBOT May wheat contract hit its lowest level since March ...


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