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India MUMBAI: Coffee exports from India eased from the previous year's record levels, falling 8.6 percent in the coffee year that started in October 2011, weighed by depleting stocks and lack of buyers for arabica.   Coffee exports for the year to September 2012 fell to 321,084 tonnes from 351,350 a year earlier, the Coffee Board said in a statement.   In value terms, coffee exports fell by $955.88 million in the Oct-Sept period, down 7.6 percent on year.   Two consecutive years of high exports weighed on available stocks in the local market, traders said.   India, the world's fifth biggest producer, accounts for only 4.5 percent of the world's output, but exports 70-80 percent of its produce. Italy, Russia and Germany are the top three buyers of Indian coffee.   Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

India MUMBAI: Indian soyoil futures plunged 4 percent on Wednesday to hit their lowest in nearly a year, following a sharp fall in palm oil on Tuesday and as demand was weak in local spot markets.   The November soyoil contract on India's National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange was down 3.9 percent at 602.5 rupees ($11.45) per 10 kg by 0454 GMT, after falling to 601.9 rupees earlier, the lowest for the second-month contract since Oct. 14, 2011.   Malaysian ...
CBOT wheat still targets $8.49-1/4  SINGAPORE: A bearish target at $8.49-1/4 per bushel remains unchanged for CBOT December wheat as it has broken below a support at $8.71-1/4.   The support is at the 61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement on the rise from $8.49-1/4 to $9.07. The break below this level has strongly indicated the preceding rebound from $8.49-1/4 would be totally reversed.   A recovery of the price above $8.71-1/4 will make the signals neutral, as it will cast doubt on the further development ...
Palm oil surges over 3pc from previous day SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil futures staged a strong rebound on Wednesday due to bargain-hunting a day after prices hit their lowest in nearly three years.   By 0405 GMT, the benchmark December contract on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was trading at 2,319 ringgit ($757) per tonne, after rising as much as 3.7 percent to 2,334 ringgit.   Futures suffered a steep 8.7 percent drop the previous day, sending prices to 2,250 ringgit per tonne, a level unseen since ...
Spot gold biased to fall to $1,737.50  SINGAPORE: Spot gold is biased to fall to the Sept. 26 low of $1,737.50 per ounce as it has some difficulty in breaking a resistance at $1,785.   The resistance is provided by the 261.8 percent Fibonacci projection level of an upward wave (c). It remains valid after being tested twice.   The two tops, $1,787.20 touched on Sept. 21 and $1,791.20 touched on Oct. 1, are so close that they indicate the formation of a double-top.   The resistance will ...
LME aluminium to drop to $2,063  SINGAPORE: LME aluminium would fall to $2,063 per tonne, as a rebound from this level has ended at Tuesday's high of $2,140.   The rebound has been driven by three waves labelled a, b and c, with wave c having peaked slightly below a resistance at $2,147, the 61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from $2,199 to $2,063.   The fall on Tuesday has confirmed the completion of wave(b). The metal is riding on a downward wave(c), which ...
Palm oil to fall into 2,127-2,181 ringgit range  SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil would extend its loss to a range of 2,127-2,181 ringgit per tonne, as indicated by its wave pattern and a Fibonacci projection analysis.   The current wave (3)-3 has such a strong bearish momentum that it has easily travelled beyond a key support at 2,353 ringgit, its 261.8 percent Fibonacci projection level.   The next support zone will be 2,127-2,181 ringgit, formed by the 361.8 percent and the 338.2 percent projection levels.   Rebound from the current ...


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