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Cocoa demand won't pick up 'until late 2015'

Elevated cocoa prices will curtail consumption of the beans for now, veteran soft commodities analyst Judith Ganes-Chase says

Crops the worst bet among commodities, says Goldman
Crop futures will extend their decline, the bank says, downgrading coffee and sugar price forecasts. But livestock values will hold firm
Hedge funds cut bullish ag bets at fastest pace in 20 months
Hedge funds cut their net long position in ags to the smallest since August 2013. In coffee, they turn net short. Sugar sees a record selldown
Ivory Coast to overtake Netherlands as top cocoa processor
The biggest cocoa producer is to become the biggest bean processor too, the ICCO says, as it forecasts a return to a world output deficit in 2014-15
Commerz upbeat on cocoa, coffee, sugar price outlook
"One thing in common to these markets is that supply may no longer be able to keep up with demand," the bank says, foreseeing "higher prices"
Supply squeezes to lift cocoa, coffee futures, says Olam boss
Sunny Verghese says coffee supplies will fall to levels last seen when arabica futures hit \$3, while cocoa supplies will become "fairly precarious"
ABN cuts corn, soy, sugar price hopes. But upbeat on coffee
The bank flags the slump in oil as it lowers price forecasts for crops used largely in making biofuels. But dryness is "back on the radar" for coffee
Hedge funds flip to net shorts in cotton, soybeans, wheat
Hedge funds extend their selldown of ag commodities, as the dollar strengthens and supply fears ease. Still, positioning on sugar bucks the trend
Currency caution sends Barry Callebaut shares to 16-month low
The Zurich-based chocolate giant unveils sales ahead of market expectations. However, its shares lose further ground to currency worries
Corn, soy, hogs hit in hedge funds' bearish swing on ags
Hedge funds turn less upbeat in their exposure to ag commodity prices, notably on corn, soybeans. Their net long in lean hogs hits a 20-month low
Cocoa prices ease as European grind volumes tumble
Europe's cocoa grind ended 2014 with a bigger-than-expected decline - the fastest, for the period in at least 15 years
Hedge funds look for price falls as they raise bets on ags
Hedge funds begin 2015 by taking out extra positions in ag commodities - mainly to bet on price falls. Grains and lean hogs are main targets
Hedge funds curtail bullish bets on grains, sugar into year-end
Hedge funds cut bets on rising corn and wheat prices, and turn even more bearish on sugar. But they end 2014 more positive on ags than they began it
Shares in first listed cocoa-growing specialist jump on debut

Dennis Melka, one of the world's few serial plantations entrepreneurs, talks on "extortionate" export taxes, and the "Porsche of cocoa"

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