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Hedge funds cut bullish bets on ags - but may wish they hadn't

With prices staging a rebound late last week, many funds may wish they had held their nerve over their hefty bullish positioning in ags

Tate & Lyle profits rise as bet on speciality products pays off
The food ingredient group reaps the benefits of a restructure, as it warns of ongoing low prices in the US ethanol market
Marex plans growth in commodities, into void left by banks
Marex's new boss says the brokerage is to make "exciting new investments", as it unveils a jump in operating profits to a record high
Rabobank cautious over revivals in grain, coffee, sugar prices
The bank lifts price forecasts for many ags - but to below levels that investors are factoring in. Cotton offers rare hope for bulls
Hedge funds' spree of bullish ag bets spurs fears of sell-off
... particularly in sugar, in which speculators have raised their net long to a record high. Funds already appear wrong-footed in hogs, cattle
World sugar stocks nearing 'historically low levels'
The USDA says sugar inventories are on their way to the lowest since 2010-11 - when a supply squeeze drove futures to twice current levels
India to renew sugar imports, says analyst, upping world deficit outlook
Green Pool lifts estimates for the world sugar production shortfall both in 2015-16 and 2016-17, despite improved hopes for Brazilian output
SABMiller brews weaker profit
SABMiller, the £68 billion brewing and beverage company, released its full year results for the twelve months to 31 March 2016 this morning.
UK's Premier Foods flags steady results
UK-based food processing group, Premier Foods, announced solid earnings results today after an eventful year.
Sugar price at crossroads
Sentiment is evenly split on the future direction of ICE Sugar futures as bulls and bears debate the relative merits of the market.
Wilmar's quarterly profit rises despite market volatility
Asia's largest integrated agribusiness, Wilmar International, reported first quarter earnings earlier on Tuesday this week.
Indian sugar production to fall sharply next season
US officials warn of a sharp drop in Indian exports, although thanks to heavy stocks, the country will remain a net exporter
EU sugar stocks higher than thought, US officials say
Production quotas left sugar mills with massive unsold stocks at the start of this season, while production is set to rise 17% next marketing year
Sugar futures - can they extend their recovery in 2016?

The return to a world production shortfall has fostered a sharp revival in sugar futures from seven-year lows. Will the recovery continue?

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