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Cocoa best bet among softs - coffee, cotton, sugar prices 'not cheap'

Veteran analyst Judith Ganes Chase says "the days of demand-driven markets are gone". Still, cocoa does boast "attractive" grinding margins

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Credit Suisse calms sugar, HFCS market nerves over Trump
The bank says that, for sweeteners markets, it does "not see" the political threat that has, for example, spurred selling in Tate & Lyle shares
CropEnergies hits out at 'incomprehensible' EU biofuel policy
The ethanol producer pledges to lobby against new policy proposals, which it claims could usher in a "lost decade" for biofuels
Brazilian cane mills will still favour sugar over ethanol next season
Despite the recent rise in ethanol prices, mills will still maximise sugar output at the expense of fuel production, Cepea says
Hedge funds pull out of ag selling - ahead of index fund purchases
Hedge funds enter 2017 on a more bullish note on ags, buying cattle, wheat and corn - and pulling out of a record selldown in soft commodities
Prospects ease for index fund buying of hogs - but rise for corn, wheat
A rally in hogs has curbed the need for buying by index funds in next week's much-anticipated reweighting process, Societe Generale data show
What does 2017 hold for sugar futures?
Can sugar markets repeat the strong performance of 2016, or will the recent loss of momentum continue into next year? Analysts give their views
Hedge funds match record in selldown on soft commodities
Hedge funds sounded a bearish note as year-end loomed, extending selling in softs, and their net short in grains too. But not in livestock...
Hedge funds position for showdown against index funds in grains
Hedge funds sell grain derivatives - just as index funds are preparing to buy them in a once-a-year revamp. But the funds are in line on softs
Inflation fears to spur fund demand for commodities in 2017
... says Sucden Financial, seeing potential for strength for now in coffee and soybean prices, but flagging threats to values further ahead
Conab trims Brazilian sugar output forecast
Production is still seen up sharply year on year, thanks to planted area and mills favouring sugar production over ethanol
Sugar sell-off extends as Brazilian production winds up
Funds are piling out of sugar, with the global market expected to be in surplus next year, as Asian production recovers
Sugar price reversal 'won't turn into rout', says Rabobank
... despite becoming the second commentator in 24 hours to cut its world output deficit forecast. Indeed, sugar price gains may be limited too
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What does 2017 hold for sugar futures?

Can sugar markets repeat the strong performance of 2016, or will the recent loss of momentum continue into next year? Analysts give their views

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