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Hedge fund sales create 'huge potential' for wheat price rebound

Hedge funds cut their net short position in soybeans - but extend it to record highs in hard and soft wheat. Could this herald a price recovery?

Lower coffee prices spur Starbucks buying spree
Starbucks reveals it has bought forward far more coffee than it had a year ago, although benefits might "not be as high as you might calculate"
Rabobank flags scope for wheat, coffee price rises
The bank trims its forecast for wheat prices, but to levels above the futures curve, and raises its estimate for the world coffee output deficit
Cocoa, coffee, soy to avoid China import slowdown
Higher personal incomes will support China's imports of luxury softs, while an industrial slowdown threatens cotton purchases
Hedge funds record-bearish ag bets 'may spur' price support
Hedge funds hike their net short in ags to a record high, driven by negative bets in grains. But will this herald a sharp reversal in positioning?
Rising world coffee demand far outpaces falling output
The International Coffee Organization, in its first estimate for 2014 coffee consumption, pegs it well ahead of production
Brazil's coffee growers may face, another, exodus
Coffee growers in the top producing country, who have already moved state to boost their fortunes, may need to up sticks again, a lead analyst says
ABN slashes forecasts for coffee, sugar prices
The bank says that, with processors' warehouses "full", coffee futures may fall further. But wheat prices could see a revival
Soft vs grains gap emerges as hedge funds cut bearish ag bets
Hedge funds reduce their bearish positioning in major ag contracts overall. But the shift hides a gap in thinking on softs compared with grains
Cocoa, coffee better placed than grains for price revival
Macquarie is downbeat on grain price prospects, feed grains such as corn especially. But it offers hope for softs - even as sugar extends its recovery
Colombian coffee exports fall at fastest in 3 years
Colombia's coffee exports dropped last month at their quickest pace since March 2012, as output hit a 19-month low, data from producers shows
Hedge funds lift bearish ag bets - against seasonal trend
Hedge funds raise their net short on US-traded ags to the second highest ever. Are they vulnerable to being caught out by a spring scare?
Coex, Comixem data underline Brazil coffee uncertainty
Exporter Comixem issues an upbeat forecast for Brazil's coffee harvest this year - hours after trader Coex backs more pessimistic views
Coffee futures - will they prove star performers in 2015 too?

Arabica coffee futures gained 51% in 2014, the most of any of the major commodity. What will 2015 bring for the bean, and for robusta coffee prices?

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