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Robusta coffee futures to outperform arabica prices - Rabobank

The bank sees a "delayed demand response" offering particular support to robusta coffee prices, as it lifts world output deficit estimates

Hedge funds resume selling in ags, led by corn, cotton, hogs
Hedge funds, for the eighth week in nine, cut their net long in US-traded ags. Still, improved sentiment on cocoa and wheat limits the damage
ICO trims coffee output estimate, citing Mexican woes
The ICO lifts nearly to 8m bags its estimate for the world 2015-16 coffee deficit. Still, supplies of washed arabicas are startling stable
Commerz ups coffee price forecasts, as Brazil robusta values soar
The bank lifts estimates for arabica and robusta values. While this left forecasts below the futures curve, chances of higher prices are "increasing"
Hedge funds extend bearish ag spree, despite cattle, wheat reversals
Hedge funds turn more gloomy on corn, cocoa and soybeans - more than offsetting more bullish positioning on other ags, notably cattle and cotton
Hedge funds call time on longest bullish spree in softs since 2007
A cocoa sell-off drags the hedge fund net long in softs lower, for once. Still, grains suffer the brunt of selling. Cotton farmers "have horns"
Sumatra robusta exports down 66%, despite tempting prices
Robusta exports from Indonesia's main growing region, are sharply down, despite enjoying a rare price advantage to Vietnamese supplies
Hedge funds sell ags again - but wheat shorts 'in trouble'
Hedge funds extend their selling spree in ags to the longest of 2016 - and there may be more to go in soy. But has wheat price gloom gone too far?
Starbucks slows pace of coffee buying, even as prices rise
The coffee giant, unveiling results which fall short on some metrics, reveals it has slowed its pace of bean buying by more than one-third
Dryness takes further toll on Brazil's robusta crop
Estimates for robusta coffee output in Brazil, the second-ranked grower of the variety, receive further downgrades
Hedge funds' sell-off in grains raises hopes for corn, wheat rallies
Hedge funds slash long bets on ags again. Is selling in grains now sated? Softs are still in demand, although cotton takes the lead from sugar
Robusta futures rally, as Brazilian, Vietnamese supplies tighten
Exports from Brazil plummeted, and talk from Vietnam suggests inventories may be being depleted
Brazil real fuels rise in arabica price premium to 14-month top
Why are robusta coffee prices underperforming, despite production worries? The ICO flags the role in markets of Brazil's reviving currency
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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