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Talk of HFCS replacing sugar in EU 'far from true'

US officials dismiss ideas of European sugar reforms sparking a boom in demand for isoglucose, the equivalent of America's high fructose corn syrup

EU to join Brazil as key driver of sugar prices
Europe's revised sugar regime will give it a huge range of potential output prospects - making it a swing factor matched only by Centre South Brazil
Hedge funds end 'record' ag commodity buying spree
Hedge funds cut their net long position in agricultural commodities for the first time since January, taking profits - and lifting bets on price falls
Goldman negative on ags, despite El Nino, Ukraine
Ag commodity prices are in for a 10% drop, Goldman says, terming "extremely unlikely" sanctions on Russian grain exports even as Ukraine tensions grow
Brazil to lift sugar output despite drought damage
Brazil's key Centre South region will raise cane and sugar production despite drought damage, Conab officials say, highlighting a rise in area
Suedzucker shares plunge on 'huge' profit warning
Shares in Europe's top sugar producer suffer their worst-ever tumble after it warns that profits will fall below half market forecasts
Hedge funds' bullish spree on ags tests 'record'
Hedge funds for a ninth successive week raise their bullish positioning on agricultural commodities, matching the longest streak since at least 2006
Corn, wheat 'bullish' bets. But not coffee, sugar
Phillip Futures, citing ethanol and weather, rates corn and wheat top picks among ag commodities. But coffee futures may see a "downward correction"
Coffee in vogue as hedge funds up bullish ag bets
Hedge funds raise their bullish positions on agricultural commodities for an eighth week, In coffee, their net long his a six-year high
Sugar market has 'bearish tone' despite dry Brazil
Sucden Financial sounds a cautious note on sugar prices, highlighting the potential for a rise in Thai exports, and lower Chinese purchases
Cargill, Copersucar tie-up amid sugar deal spree
US-based Cargill unveils a joint venture with the world's top sugar exporter in the latest of a series of deals in a sector dogged by excess supplies
Growing El Nino threat rattles sugar market nerves
Australian officials raise the odds of an El Nino weather pattern this year - a prospect being viewed with particular concern in sugar markets
StanChart upbeat on soy prices, but cool on coffee
Growers should go easy selling soybeans, the bank says, with sugar a top bullish bet too. But it is downbeat on coffee and cotton, and palm oil too
Sugar prices - can they break their losing streak in 2014?

Sugar prices fell in 2013 for a third successive year, depressed by a further season of production surplus. Will 2014 bring an end to the downturn?

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