sugar futures quotes

sugar futures quotes

March 3rd, 2015

Signs of bigger supplies sent sugar and coffee prices tumbling as rains improve harvest prospects in Brazil, the world’s top grower and exporter of both crops.

Sugar futures dropped to the lowest since May 2010 on Tuesday, and coffee plunged more than 6 percent to post the biggest loss in more than four years. Showers across most of Brazil’s growing regions last month helped replenish soil parched by dry weather in January. The brighter production outlook comes as India is poised to export more sugar and farmers gather larger coffee crops in Latin America.

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coffee futures news

coffee futures news

February 25, 2015

Coffee Futures — If you think swings in the crude market have been bad, take a look at coffee.

After surging as much as 11 percent to 2015’s high in mid-January, rains in Brazil improved crop prospects and prices are now at the lowest in a year. Bull-to-bear market gyrations spurred by changing weather in the country, the world’s biggest producer and exporter, drove coffee to be the most-volatile commodity in the past year.

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