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Evening markets: coffee leads revival in ag commodity prices

October starts firm for most ags - notable exceptions being sugar and cocoa. Coffee soars on fresh Brazil fears. Grains bounce from multi-year lows

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Featured market report Evening markets: coffee leads revival in ag commodity prices
October starts firm for most ags - notable exceptions being sugar and cocoa. Coffee soars on fresh Brazil fears. Grains bounce from multi-year lows
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