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ICE sugar slips to more than 4-year low on dollar, supplies LONDON: ICE sugar futures slipped on Thursday to the lowest level in more than four years, pressured by rolling of positions before a contract expiry, plentiful supplies and a strong dollar.The dollar also weighed on ICE arabica coffee, Liffe robusta coffee and ICE cocoa futures, which were little changed in light technically driven dealings.ICE October raw sugar futures dipped to a fresh low of 14.40 cents a lb, the weakest level since June 2010, before recovering slightly to 14.48 cents a lb, down 0.04 cents or 0.3 percent, at 1103 GMT.Heavy rolling of October futures before the Sept. 30 expiry dragged on the front month, creating a spread of more than 220 points between October 2014 and March 2015 contracts.Stronger-than-expected yields in the Brazilian harvest, helped by prolonged dry weather, and a lower-than-expected allocation of cane to ethanol - even though ethanol pays millers more than sugar - dragged on ...

Gold slides to 3-month low as dollar holds near highs LONDON: Gold hit a three-month low on Wednesday as the dollar index held near its highest in more than a year, underpinned by expectations that the Federal Reserve may be set to signal a rise in interest rates.Spot gold hit its weakest since early June at $1,246.79 an ounce and was down 0.5 percent at $1,248.74 an ounce at 1323 GMT. U.S. gold futures for December delivery were up $1.20 at $1,249.70, off a low ...
ICE sugar hits more than 4-year low, coffee falls LONDON: ICE sugar on Wednesday slid to a more than 4-year low, pressured by cane data showing a rapid harvest in Brazil, and a smaller than expected shift in allocation of cane to ethanol.ICE October raw sugar futures were down around 2 percent or 0.29 cents to 14.59 cents a lb at 1409 GMT, having slipped to 14.57 cents a lb, the lowest since June 2010.Dealers said plentiful nearby supplies of sugar from Brazil, which ...
Copper edges up; dollar, China concerns limit gains LONDON: Copper prices rose on Wednesday but remained near a one-month low due to concerns about growth in top consumer China and a strong dollar, while nickel slipped as supply worries eased.Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) was up 0.4 percent at $6,868 a tonne by 1430 GMT, after falling more than 2 percent to a near one-month low of $6,821.75 a tonne on Tuesday, due to pressure from a strong dollar.Global shares ...
French wheat exports to slide, stocks jump PARIS: French wheat exports on the world market are expected to drop by a third in 2014/15 and the country's stocks to jump by two-thirds, farm office FranceAgriMer said on Wednesday in its first supply-and-demand outlook after a rain-hit harvest.In data published on its website, the office forecast French soft wheat exports outside the EU would be 8.0 million tonnes in the 2014/15 season to June 30, down 34.5 percent from 12.2 million in 2013/14.Heavy ...
Soybeans hit contract low ahead of US report, corn falls HAMBURG/SINGAPORE: Chicago new-crop soybeans hit a new contract low on Wednesday and corn touched its previous contract low as near-perfect weather in the US Midwest raised expectations the US government will further increase harvest estimates.Wheat also fell with the most-active December contract trading near last session's contract low, weighed down by plentiful global supplies.Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans were little changed, up a marginal 0.03 percent at $9.93 bushel at 1005 GMT after hitting ...
Copper steadies as dollar's rally eases LONDON: Copper prices steadied on Wednesday near a one-month low, after hefty falls in the previous session, as the dollar's surge against a basket of currencies stabilised, while nickel slipped as supply worries eased.Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) was at $6,841 a tonne at 1019 GMT, almost flat from the previous close, after falling more than 2 percent to a near one-month low of $6,821.75 a tonne on Tuesday, due to pressure ...


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