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Smucker slashes coffee prices, seeing no 'significant' market recovery

Prices for commodity coffee will stay low, the seller of Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts coffee said, as it cut retail pricing

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Hedge funds' spree of bullish ag bets spurs fears of sell-off
... particularly in sugar, in which speculators have raised their net long to a record high. Funds already appear wrong-footed in hogs, cattle
Record arabica crop to lift Brazilian coffee output
Brazilian coffee production will soar by 13% this year - but stay short of a record high thanks to robusta setbacks, US officials say
Colombian coffee output to dip for first time in five years
Colombia's remarkable coffee output recovery will stall in 2016-17, US officials say, flagging fears of heavy rains from the prospective El Nino
Drought fears driving coffee markets higher
Coffee markets are being driven higher by drought fears in key robusta areas as the market responds to below-average rain in Vietnam, Brazil and India
JAB Holdings continues coffee consolidation with Krispy Kreme acquisition
Earlier this week JAB Holdings announced a \$1.5 billion takeover bid for US-based doughnut and coffee company, Krispy Kreme.
ICO flags coffee price divergence as robusta supply concerns mount
In its April monthly report, the ICO highlights the divergence in coffee prices, as robusta prices rise on drought concerns
ICO flags support to robusta prices from Brazil, Vietnam dryness
"Potential supply concerns are mounting" in coffee, particularly for robusta beans, the ICO says, amid setbacks in major growing areas
Hedge funds 'may have overreacted' in record wheat sell-down
Speculators cut their net long in US-traded ags, led by a record sell-off in wheat. But did they go too far. Cotton, corn and soybeans were in demand
Robusta coffee futures to extend recovery, says Rabobank
... as it ditches expectations of a world coffee production surplus in 2016-17. The bank is upbeat over prices of high-quality arabica beans too
Brazil's robusta crop could be hit harder than thought by drought
The CNC producers' group warns over dry weather in Espirito Santo, Brazil's top robusta coffee-growing state, as cash prices rise
Rabo casts doubt on rallies in coffee, soy, sugar and wheat
The bank lifts price forecasts for the likes of arabica beans and cocoa, but to levels below market values. It is more upbeat on cotton values
Hedge funds cover ag shorts en masse - triggering hefty losses
Hedge funds close short positions in ags at one of the fastest paces ever - likely at a price on many contracts. But has this set up futures for dip?
Feature
Coffee futures - does the rally have legs?

Agrimoney coffee editor Nicholas Burke assesses the reasons behind this month's bounce in coffee prices - and whether the gains will stick

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