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Coffee look better placed than sugar for price recovery

Both coffee and sugar prices have been undermined by a weak real and Brazilian rains. But in coffee in particular, the drop looks an overreaction

Hedge funds resume bearish swing in ag bets
Coffee, grains and sugar sustain the bulk of selling pressure and hedge funds, for the seventh time in eight weeks, cut their net long in ags
Coffee, sugar, wheat better bets than soybeans - Rabobank
Investors appear too upbeat on soybean futures, but have overdone selling in arabica coffee, sugar and wheat, Rabobank says
Hedge funds raise bullish bets on ags for first time in 2015
Soybeans, cotton and sugar are favoured as hedge funds end a bearish spree on positioning in ags. But in sugar, improved optimism leaves a sour taste
Volcafe sees world coffee deficit lasting for second season
The world will in 2015-16, as well as 2014-15, produce less coffee than it uses, Volcafe says - the first back-to-back decline in at least 15 years
Commerz upbeat on cocoa, coffee, sugar price outlook
"One thing in common to these markets is that supply may no longer be able to keep up with demand," the bank says, foreseeing "higher prices"
Supply squeezes to lift cocoa, coffee futures, says Olam boss
Sunny Verghese says coffee supplies will fall to levels last seen when arabica futures hit \$3, while cocoa supplies will become "fairly precarious"
Coffee dent forces another Smucker profits caution
The food group lowers its full-year profit hopes again, citing problems in coffee. But its coffee costs will stabilise, and may even fall
Colombian coffee output makes best start to year since 2008
Colombian coffee production was, unusually, higher last month than in December, as a replanting drive bore fruit. But fears remain over Brazil
ABN cuts corn, soy, sugar price hopes. But upbeat on coffee
The bank flags the slump in oil as it lowers price forecasts for crops used largely in making biofuels. But dryness is "back on the radar" for coffee
Hedge funds flip to net shorts in cotton, soybeans, wheat
Hedge funds extend their selldown of ag commodities, as the dollar strengthens and supply fears ease. Still, positioning on sugar bucks the trend
Starbucks ramped up coffee buying as prices fell
The coffee giant, which held off coffee buying for much of last year as prices spiked, revealed it has leaped back in as futures have dropped 30%
Rabobank lifts hopes for coffee, wheat prices - but not soyoil
The bank makes broadly upbeat revisions to crop price forecasts, reassuring bulls over cotton futures too. But soyoil is to hit its lowest since 2009
Coffee futures - will they prove star performers in 2015 too?

Arabica coffee futures gained 51% in 2014, the most of any of the major commodity. What will 2015 bring for the bean, and for robusta coffee prices?

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