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Evening markets: coffee plunges, as Brazil rain hopes rise

Arabica coffee futures slump to a 13-month low, hurt by a weak real and ideas of Brazilian rains. Sugar drops too, as does cotton. But grains gain

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Arabica coffee futures slump to a 13-month low, hurt by a weak real and ideas of Brazilian rains. Sugar drops too, as does cotton. But grains gain
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