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Brazil coffee crop 'better than initially thought'

Brazil's coffee output fell less far than forecast this year, US officials say, proving upbeat on quality too - and lifting ideas for Colombian output

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Smucker admits 'misstep' over coffee price hike
Smucker says that coffee drinkers are more sensitive to prices than it had thought, as it acknowledges handing customers "sticker shock"
Indonesia coffee export hopes cut as El Nino looms
Indonesian coffee exports will fall further than thought in 2014-15, thanks in part to weaker production prospects, US officials say
Hedge funds, for fifth week, hike positive positioning on ags
Hedge funds, again, lift their net long in US-traded ags by more than 40,000 lots in a week, led by corn and soy. Still, in cotton, they act too soon
Soaring coffee costs force Smuckers profit warning
The US coffee-to-donuts giant lowers its earnings guidance, as it underlines the difficulty posed to roasters by the bull market in beans
Sugar a better bet than coffee or cocoa, says ABN
The bank recommends buying sugar on weakness, foreseeing higher values. But fears over cocoa and coffee supplies have already been well priced in
Hedge fund short-closing wave spurs fears for corn
Hedge funds extend short covering in agricultural commodity positions - in grains, at least. But will this herald a reversal in corn prices?
Price hopes slow Brazilian growers' coffee sales
Brazilian producers are "limiting" coffee sales in the expectation of higher prices ahead, Cepea says - as arabica futures tumble
Extent of hedge fund short-closing in ags revealed
Hedge funds raise bullish positioning on ags by more than 50,000 contracts, led by short covering. Bullish positioning on coffee hits a six-year high
Have hedge funds ended wave of selling in ags?
Hedge funds' net long position in ags stays stable for a fourth week, as selling in corn and soy is matched by less bearish takes on cotton and sugar
Brazil dryness extends fears for 2015 coffee crop
Arabica coffee prices ease, despite further evidence of the dent from drought to Brazil's 2015 production prospects
Deutsche urges long bet in ags, especially cocoa
Deutsche Bank follows up supportive comments last week by recommending investors go long on ag commodities. Ebola gives an extra reason to back cocoa
Hedge funds 'caught out' by crop price reversals
Hedge funds late to join the spree of negative bets on agricultural commodity prices may find themselves sitting on losses, thanks to price rebounds
Feature
Are rains too late to save Brazil's coffee crop?

Brazil's coffee plantations are to receive long-awaited rains. But Judith Ganes-Chase says drought has already caused "serious harm"

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