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ICE coffee prices fall back, commercial buying lifts cocoa NEW YORK/LONDON: Arabica coffee futures on ICE fell in thin dealings on Wednesday, as investors took profit from the previous session's five percent surge, while cocoa rose on commercial buying.Raw sugar contracts on ICE Futures U.S. were also firm but well off session highs following bearish output data from top grower Brazil, while traders focused on the May contract expiry later in the day.July arabica coffee futures on ICE finished down 6.05 cents, or 2.9 percent, at $2.0585 per lb, after falling to $2.02. The second-position contract closed the month up 14.4 percent.The day's fall came after Tuesday's volatile session which saw a wide 18 cents and included a late-day rally on concern about cold weather in No. 1 coffee producer Brazil. The move marked an outside reversal higher, a technically bullish signal, but as weather fears subsided early Wednesday, profit-taking weighed on the market, dealers said."Temperatures and forecasts were ...

Corn dips from 3-week high as soybeans fall, wheat rises CHICAGO: US corn fell on Wednesday, snapping four sessions of gains, as the stockpile of grain-based ethanol hit a nine-month high and meteorologists forecast more favorable conditions for US plantings.Soybean futures also eased, while wheat reversed earlier declines to notch the seventh straight session without a loss at the Chicago Board of Trade.End-of-the-month profit-taking weighed on each contract, while commercial traders also squared positions on the first notice day for deliveries against May futures contracts."The ...
Wheat futures rally; K.C. hard red winter hits 13-1/2-month high CHICAGO: US wheat futures rallied on Wednesday, with K.C. hard red winter wheat climbing 1.3 percent to its highest level since March 2013, on reports of poor crop conditions in Kansas fields, traders said.K.C. wheat, which has risen 10.3 percent during seven consecutive positive trading sessions, led MGEX spring wheat and Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat higher.The Wheat Quality Council's annual tour of Kansas showed yield prospects for the crop in the ...
CBOT soybeans close mostly lower but front-month firm CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures closed mostly lower on Wednesday on a mild profit-taking setback following a four-day rally, traders said.Weakening overseas demand for US soybeans also weighed on prices.Traders noted some unwinding of bull spreads as the closely watched July-November spread neared its all-time high before giving up 3-1/2 cents during Wednesday's session.Although most soybean contracts closed lower, CBOT May , which is in the delivery period, rose 4-3/4 cents. The thinly ...
ICE May sugar delivery to exceed 800,000 tonnes: traders NEW YORK: The ICE May raw sugar delivery is estimated at more than 800,000 tonnes, reaching the high end of estimates, and coming primarily from the world's biggest producer, Brazil, traders said on Wednesday.Traders said the delivery will be 16,000-16,197 lots, or 800,000-822,845 tonnes, with one trade house taking the entire delivery.Most of the sugar will come from Brazil while roughly 15,000 tonnes will come from Honduras and about 8,900 tonnes from Guatemala, they said.ICE ...
ICE Canada canola rises, supported by cool weather WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures rose slightly on Wednesday, supported by cool, wet weather ahead of planting.Unusually chilly weather on the Canadian Prairies has hampered spring fieldwork by farmers, creating mild concerns about planting, traders said. A lack of farmer selling to the cash market is also seen as supportive.Most-active July canola added 20 cents at $477.40 per tonne.July-November spread widened to a November premium of $7.90 per tonne.Chicago July soybeans eased 4-1/2 U.S. cents ...
Gold drops slightly after Fed cuts stimulus NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold fell on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve reduced its monthly bond purchases by another $10 billion, a sign of its confidence in the economy's health, disappointing bullion investors who had expected the central bank to slow tapering.At the end of a two-day policy meeting, the Fed said the economy "will expand at a moderate pace and labor market conditions will continue to improve gradually" - an assessment that tracked its statement ...

 



 
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