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PM markets: Brazil rains dent soy prices, but batter coffee

The prospect of Brazilian rains, in boding well for sowings, sends soybean prices lower. Coffee futures have an altogether more extreme reaction

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Featured market report PM markets: Brazil rains dent soy prices, but batter coffee
The prospect of Brazilian rains, in boding well for sowings, sends soybean prices lower. Coffee futures have an altogether more extreme reaction
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