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ICE cotton reverses gains after USDA report sends mixed signals NEW YORK: ICE cotton rose but quickly reversed gains on Tuesday after the U.S. Department of Agriculture reduced its forecast for U.S. output along with lowering its outlook for world production and ending stocks in its monthly supply and demand report.March cotton on ICE Futures U.S. was down 0.2 percent at 62.02 cents a lb as of 12:44 p.m. EST (1744 GMT).The USDA lowered its forecast for world inventories at the end of the 2015/16 season, which ends in July, to 106.09 million 480-pound bales, down from its 106.97 million projection last month.This was primarily due to a 1.75 million-bale reduction in its expectation of world output to 105.63 million bales, driven by significant cuts in its outlook for production in India and Pakistan, whose crops have suffered from disease and unfavorable weather conditions.Prices jumped briefly on the updated outlook, with the March contract rising as much as 1.4 percent ...

Brazil's Conab raises 2015/16 soy forecast SAO PAULO: Brazil's government crop supply agency Conab raised its forecast for a record national 2015/16 soybean crop to between 101.2 million and 102.8 million tonnes on Tuesday, up from 100.1-101.9 million seen last month. Conab's overall corn forecast, however, fell to between 81.1 million and 82.7 million tonnes, down from 82.6-83.6 million in October, the agency said in its second report of the crop year. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
Wheat tumbles, corn hits 2-month low on poor exports CHICAGO: US wheat futures dropped more than 2 percent on Monday on profit taking and improving weather in some key wheat producing areas amid concerns that increasing global supplies will clamp down on U.S. wheat export demand.Corn futures fell for a third straight session and hit a two-month low on spillover pressure from wheat and on lackluster export sales. Soybeans were narrowly mixed as traders squared positions ahead of a monthly U.S. Department of Agriculture ...
NY coffee may rise into $1.2345-$1.2440 range SINGAPORE: New York December coffee may break a resistance at $1.2210 per lb, and rise into a range of $1.2345-$1.2440.The resistance is provided by the 76.4 percent Fibonacci projection level of an upward wave c, the third wave of a three-wave cycle from the Oct. 26 low of $1.1630.A break above this resistance could open the way towards $1.2345, the 100 percent level. Theoretically, a rise to this level could be extended to $1.2440, the ...
NY sugar biased to fall to 13.98 cents SINGAPORE: New York March sugar is biased to break a support at 14.57 cents per lb and fall towards the next support at 13.98 cents, as indicated by a Fibonacci retracement analysis.The support is provided by the 23.6 percent Fibonacci retracement on the uptrend from the Sept. 22 low of 11.48 cents to the Nov. 3 high of 15.53 cents. It has caused a bounce which has been almost reversed, signalling a continuation of the ...
NY cocoa may retest support at $3,229 SINGAPORE: New York December cocoa may retest a support at $3,229 per tonne, as its correction from the Nov. 3 high of $3,300 has not completed.The correction could consist of three waves, with the current wave b likely to end around $3,279, the 86.4 percent Fibonacci projection levels of an upward wave C, which is the third wave of a three-wave cycle from the Oct. 12 low of $3,026. The third wave labelled c will ...
ICE sugar bounces after sell-off, London cocoa at 5-week top NEW YORK/LONDON: Raw sugar futures on ICE consolidated higher on Thursday after the prior session's steep selloff from a nine-month high while a sharply lower British pound helped lift London cocoa to a five-week high.Arabica coffee rose in see-saw dealings, remaining well within a two-week range as the market awaited new fundamentals.ICE benchmark raw sugar settled up 0.12 cent, or 0.8 percent, at 14.76 cents per lb, after rallying 2.8 percent above 15 cents."The bulls ...


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