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Robusta coffee prices top arabica values in Brazil, for first time

Robusta beans have become more expensive than arabica in the top coffee-growing nation, amid fears of third drought-hit crop, Agrimoney reveals

Rabo flags 'buying opportunities' in soy, warns against cocoa price gloom
... but the bank retains a "bearish" outlook on coffee, flagging the prospect of large Colombian output. It foresees lower sugar premiums too
Brazil robusta price tops R$500 a bag - amid fears for 2017 crop
Robusta coffee is worth very nearly as much as arabica coffee in Brazil - for which Procafe unveils a downbeat 2017 harvest estimate
Dairy prices revive, a bit, as Chinese buyers return
Chinese buyers return to GlobalDairyTrade, after being sidelined last time by holidays. But prices do not rise as much as had been expected...
Coffee futures extend gains amid 'huge' worries over Brazil
New York arabica coffee futures build on an eight-month closing top, while London robusta prices hit their highest in two years
Hedge funds reverse bullish softs-bearish grains betting on ags
The short grains, long softs positioning which hedge funds have favoured goes into reverse. And wheat may see more short covering, investors say
ICO flags weather threats to coffee - even as it ups supply ideas
The ICO slashes its forecast for the world coffee deficit in 2015-16, as it follows the market in doubting official data on Brazil's crop
Hedge funds hike net short in wheat to record top - boding well for prices?
Have hedge funds gone too far in bearish wheat bets, leaving prices open to a short-covering rally? There are less such worries over selling in coffee
El Nino hangover hits Colombia coffee output revival
Production in the second-ranked arabica-growing country falls year on year for a fifth successive month - the longest losing streak since 2012
Hedge funds extend net short in grains - provoking ideas of price support
Hedge funds' net short in grains hits a 6-month high, and bullish betting on softs a record top. Is this dynamic justified? Livestock longs turn sour
Hedge funds prefer hard wheat to soft, coffee to cocoa, cattle to hogs...
Hedge funds, having spent months betting on gains in soft commodity prices and losses in grains, focus on spreads within ag sectors
Colombia's coffee output resurgence has further to run
... says Marcela Uruena, an ICO boss and former senior advisor at growers' group Fedecafe. Output should reach levels not seen since 1991-92
Conab slashes Brazilian robusta hopes, after drought damage
Robusta futures rally to a 19-month high, as Brazilian hopes get another downgrade
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