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Watch out for Brazilian real next week, top trader tells ag investors

ADM's Eddie Tofpik says next week could prove crucial for Brazil's currency - and therefore for investors in the likes of coffee and sugar

Drones, satellites put ag markets 'on brink of' data revolution
New technologies, as well as old, are being used to fill the void in accurate data - a "real problem" in coffee, the AgriRisk Forum hears
Hedge funds favour grains to soft commodities - but will it last?
Hedge funds turn more bearish on softs - except cotton - while swinging bullish grains. But has this left the likes of corn vulnerable to selling?
Mounting hedge fund interest 'to boost ag market volatility' ahead
Speculators, "susceptible to popular delusion", are to increase ag price swings, Commerzbank's Eugen Weinberg tells the AgriRisk Forum
SocGen cautious on ag prices, despite corn, coffee hopes
The bank sees weakness in corn futures as a "buying opportunity", and hikes coffee price forecasts. But it is more downbeat on wheat and soybeans
Cocoa best ag bet for 2017 - coffee the worst, says Rabobank
... flagging the potential for speculative and index fund interest in the sector. Soybean futures are seen faring better than corn or wheat
Suspect hummus takes sheen off Struass' rising profits
Rising coffee sales help the Israeli food group results, but shares fall on a food recall in the US
Colombia coffee export hopes rise - as Brazil's fade
US officials cite the boost to Colombian coffee exports of "booming" demand for speciality beans. But robusta woes hold back Brazil
Hedge funds' ag sell-down rattles sugar watchers - but not grain investors
Hedge funds swing bearish on ags at the fastest in 9 months. Their net long in cocoa hits a 4-year low. In grains, at least, will selling now slow?
Indonesian coffee production to decline, despite La Nina relief
The La Nina will bring wetness to Indonesia, but it won't boost the crop, which continues to suffer from 2015's El Nino dryness
Consolidation in coffee output threatens more volatility, Sucden warns
As farmers with hgh production costs are squeezed out, and fewer origins account for more of the world's supply, weather risks could intensify
Coffee, corn tempt hedge funds to extend bullish ags spree
Specs lift their net long to a four-month high, despite worsened sentiment on cocoa. Still, funds may wish they had had stayed cool on corn too
Stark divide in Peru, Mexico coffee exports 'down to rust battles'
Peru's jump to fourth rank among arabica exporters looks a sign it is quashing a coffee rust outbreak, the ICO says. In Mexico, however...
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