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

Food prices face sting from decline in humble bee

Source: Financial Times, 4th November 2013

Rise in pollination costs comes as almond prices are hitting eight-year highs, with global demand for the nut supported by healthier living habits

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Liffe tackles coffee and cocoa queues

Source: Financial Times, 31st October 2013

Queues to remove coffee and cocoa beans from NYSE Liffe warehouses have led to extra costs for traders and end users, leading to calls for tighter regulation

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CFTC backs contentious MF Global measure

Source: Financial Times, 30th October 2013

The CFTC rule would prevent brokers from tapping one customer’s excess margin to cover margin shortfalls of other customers. Instead they would need to use their own money, known as residual interest, to plug any deficit

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Russian drama has potash industry transfixed

Source: Financial Times, 29th October 2013

The disappearance of one of the two export cartels in the potash sector has also wreaked havoc on the market. Prices have fallen by about a third to about $340 a tonne from the start of the year

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Potash prices plunge on cartel break-up

Source: Financial Times, 29th October 2013

The disappearance of one of the two export cartels in the potash sector has also wreaked havoc on the market. Prices have fallen by about a third to about $340 a tonne from the start of the year

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Coffee price slides as Latin American beans flood market

Source: Financial Times, 24th October 2013

Traders say underlying demand for arabica, especially from large consumer groups, remains firm but flow of supplies is weighing on market

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Coffee price slides on Latin America supply

Source: Financial Times, 24th October 2013

Traders say underlying demand for arabica, especially from large consumer groups, remains firm but flow of supplies is weighing on market

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Coffee price slides on LatAm supply

Source: Financial Times, 24th October 2013

Traders say underlying demand for arabica, especially from large consumer groups, remains firm but continued flow of supplies are weighing on market

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Bunge considers sugar unit sale

Source: Financial Times, 24th October 2013

The Brazilian sugarcane milling industry has been dogged by overcapacity, and an excess supply of cane has depressed sugar prices and margins

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Commodity lawyers hit by sugar rush

Source: Financial Times, 24th October 2013

After the warehouse fire in Brazil’s port of Santos, force majeure notices are being sent up and down the supply chain

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