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NY coffee to hover around $1.2510 SINGAPORE: New York September coffee may hover around a resistance at $1.2510 per lb for one trading session or retrace slightly before rising towards $1.3005.The resistance is provided by the 23.6 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from the May 10 high of $1.5095 to $1.1710. The break has opened the way towards the next resistance at $1.3005, which is set by the 38.2 percent retracement.The surge from the Monday low of $1.1860 seems too fast and coffee may take a rest around $1.2510. A surge above $1.2710 will confirm the resumption of the rise towards $1.3005.The target at $1.3005 will be aborted should coffee drop below $1.2320.No information in this analysis should be considered as being business, financial or legal advice. Each reader should consult his or her own professional or other advisers for business, financial or legal advice regarding the products mentioned in the analyses. Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...

US corn up for 2nd day on concerns over dryness, soy firm SINGAPORE: Chicago corn gained for a second consecutive session on Wednesday, while soybeans rose for seven out of eight days on forecasts of hot and dry weather in the US grain belt threatening yields.Wheat rose from a one-week low on the back of gains in corn futures and expectations of strong imports by China following crop-damage due to adverse weather.Hot weather over the next couple of weeks in the US Midwest will stress the pollinating ...
Gold slips tracking higher dollar ahead of Bernanke testimony SINGAPORE: Gold eased on Wednesday but stayed near a three-week high, as the dollar gained ahead of a keenly awaited congressional testimony by US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke later in the day.Bullion prices have traded in a tight range over the last few sessions as investors held back on big bets ahead of the testimony, which they hope would provide a clear outlook regarding the Fed's $85 billion monthly bond purchases.Slowing physical demand also ...
LME aluminium signals mixed SINGAPORE: Signals are mixed for LME aluminium, as it is not clear how high the current rebound could reach.The rebound followed the completion of a five-wave cycle around a support at $1,794, the 61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement on the rise from the June 27 low of $1,758 to the July 12 high of $1,851.25.Aluminium has paused around a resistance at $1,816 - the 38.2 percent retracement - a break above which will open the way ...
Copper near one-month high ahead of Bernanke testimony SINGAPORE: London copper edged towards a one-month high on Wednesday, with traders waiting to see whether Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will reiterate later in the day that US monetary policy is to stay accommodative.Comments favouring looser US policy for longer triggered a cross-commodity rally earlier this month, because more liquidity in the banking system tends to lift the value of hard assets.But copper should be insulated from any downbeat comments about the US economic ...
Iron ore at 2-month high on China steel gains SINGAPORE: Spot iron ore prices scaled two-month highs as firmer steel prices in top consumer China encouraged mills and traders to buy the raw material amid limited availability of spot cargoes.Shanghar rebar futures rose for a second day in three on Wednesday and a Chinese steel producer sold billet higher than a week ago at a tender, suggesting solid demand for steel.Benchmark 62-percent grade iron ore climbed 1.7 percent to $129 a tonne on Tuesday, ...
Palm oil rebounds after five straight losses SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Wednesday, as bargain hunters emerged after five straight days of losses, although optimism was subdued by rising oilseed supplies and weak export demand.Palm oil prices fell to the lowest level this year on Tuesday, luring buyers back into the market, but traders said the tropical oil is likely to remain under pressure.Slowing demand after the start of Ramadan knocked Malaysian palm oil exports down as much as 24 ...


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