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Cocoa better bet than coffee, sugar, says Commerzbank

The bank says the cocoa price recovery has further to go yet. But it is more cautious on coffee, and slashes its sugar price forecasts

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Coceral lifts bar on EU wheat prospects, citing high hopes for France
The industry group top forecasts for the EU soft wheat harvest this year. But it is more cautious on barley, rapeseed production prospects
AM markets: corn, soy flee further from battle for acres
Corn and soybean futures ease again, racing to cut their appeal for spring sowings. But cotton rises. Winter wheat gains too, even amid US rain talk
Brazil meat groups' shares stabilise, amid hopes of scandal blowing over
The aftermath of a food safety furore has been "chaotic" for Brazil. But many commentators believe the fallout will prove short-lived
Australian chickpea prices bounce, as Indian demand holds strong
A big Australian crop has not dampened prices... and may not discourage growers from another year of big sowings
Rabobank upbeat on soy, sugar prices - but not on corn and cotton
It is "hard to" see sugar prices falling much further, the bank says, while seeing US farmers seeding less soy than traders expect - and more corn
Crop farmers may become fishes' best friends
... assuming Nufarm, whose shares in the group hit a 7-year high, gains consent for a canola seed genetically modified to produce fish oils
South African corn crop to fall sharply back next year
As corn prices in Johannesburg hit multi year lows, sowings for next year's crop will be sharply down, US officials say
California almond crop could actually fall, despite welcome rains
'Controversy hangs over' the 2017 California almond crop, with fears that wet weather kept bees from flying during the crucial pollination period
China's soybean imports to set record for 14th season in a row
... in 2017-18, but it will be South American importers which benefit, US officials say. China's rapeseed imports will rise too
Ag sector 'should start thinking now' about Brexit fallout
Just because the UK has two years until its EU exit does not mean that ag leaders should sit on their hands, says lawyer Michael Aubrey
Egyptian wheat imports to rise after fraught year
Traders hope that a new inspection system will make the recent disruptions to Egyptian wheat imports a thing of the past, US officials said
Fonterra 'cautiously positive' on dairy prices, even as futures bounce
The group flags causes such as rising import demand for, some, optimism on prices - despite raising its forecast for New Zealand milk output
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