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Brazil coffee exports ''to hold steady' in 2017-18, despite output fall

US officials see Brazil's coffee output falling but - citing "excellent vigour" in trees - not to the extent other commentators forecast

Hedge fund reticence to cover shorts in grains 'bodes well for price rises'
Hedge funds return to net selling in ags - with upbeat positioning on soft commodities and livestock more than offset by bearish grain bets
Rabobank lifts forecast for world coffee output deficit next season
... raising the stakes should any weather setback hurt Brazil's coffee output prospects, Rabobank says, flagging "strong demand" for beans
Colombian coffee exports to hit 25-year high next season
... US officials say, despite issuing a relatively modest forecast for Colombia's coffee output. Indonesian output is seen recovering, a bit
Rains boost Brazil's robusta coffee prospects - but arabica hopes muted
There is more to Conab's revised coffee output forecast than there first appears. Still, it is currency factors which send prices lower
Coffee market faces 'period of reckoning' over Colombian crop
Was a 20% tumble in Colombia's coffee output last month more than a one-off? That is a key question for markets, says Judith Ganes-Chase
Olam 'generally bearish' on palm oil, sees 'tough year' in cocoa
The ag trader says it sees output rises depressing palm oil prices, as it unveils a profits rise - fuelled by "opportunistic" trading in grains
Corn, sugar miss out on hedge fund short-closing. Are price rises ahead?
Hedge funds cut further their bearish betting on ag commodity prices, partricularly in soyoil and wheat. Corn and sugar miss out - this time
Cocoa proves sweeter than sugar for ETP investors
Cocoa is proving a bigger lure for investors in exchange traded funds than many big crops such as corn, ETF Securities data show. But why?
ICO flags hedge fund role in coffee price tumble
The organisation highlights the role of cross-commodity selling, as well as strong exports, in depressing coffee prices
Hedge funds 'may turn sellers' in wheat. But will sugar get back in favour?
Hedge funds cut short bets in hard wheat at a record pace. But has that only created scope for fresh sales? In softs, selling reaches its longest ever
Funds lift bearish ag bets near to record - spurring weather rally talk
In grains, the net short does hit a high - even as weather hurts US crops. One pundit says the wheat market is "smoking in the gunpowder room"
Rabobank trims sugar outlook, still bullish on coffee
The bank cuts its coffee price outlook after a recent technical sell-off, but retains an upbeat outlook on price prospects, citing Brazilian dryness
Ag trade in the era of Trump and Brexit - new Agrimoney report

Donald Trump's election, and dynamics evident in Brexit, pose big questions - including in agriculture. A new Agrimoney report gives answers

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