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Agriculture & Softs Commodity News | Commodities News – Wheat, Corn, Coffee

Sterling a thing of the past in commodity pricing

Source: Financial Times, 7th January 2015

Cocoa the last bastion of the pound faces new euro contract

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ICE to launch euro cocoa contract

Source: Financial Times, 6th January 2015

Pre-emptive move to head off movement by traders to CME

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ICE to introduce Euro-Denominated Cocoa Contract

London, 7 January 2015

Intercontinental Exchange, the leading global network of exchanges and clearing houses, today announced that ICE Futures Europe will introduce a new euro currency cocoa contract, which will operate in parallel with the existing London cocoa contract, which is denominated in pound sterling. The euro-denominated cocoa futures and options contracts are expected to be launched in April 2015, with a first maturity of December 2015, subject to completion of relevant regulatory processes.

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China reopens to Syngenta corn strain

Source: Financial Times, 17th December 2014

Beijing ban cost trading houses hundreds of millions of dollars and led to lawsuits

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Uranium miners upbeat on China growth

Source: Financial Times, 17th December 2014

Price still not high enough to incentivise new supply despite 30% surge this year

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Unexpected high demand boosts grain prices

Source: Financial Times, 15th December 2014

Orders come from buyers who were waiting for prices to weaken

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Commodity drop heralds Christmas table joy

Source: Financial Times, 10th December 2014

Turkey dinner costs fall for first time in four years on weaker food prices

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Commodity price falls hit Anglo American

Source: Financial Times, 9th December 2014

Miner expects to fall short of achieving a 15 per cent return

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Cotton farmers feel pain of price drop

Source: Financial Times, 9th December 2014

Market distortions caused by Chinese support programme for its growers are causing global pain

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Opec to keep 30m barrel output target

Source: Financial Times, 27th November 2014

Brent falls to $72.73 after clearest signal that cartel sees cure for growing glut is lower prices

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