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Ag commodity prices face further pressure, says SocGen, urging sell bets

Cotton top soft commodities bet for 2018, sugar the worst - Rabobank

Colombia's coffee output, exports to hit 25-year high

Cotton top soft commodities bet for 2018, sugar the worst - Rabobank

Colombia's coffee output, exports to hit 25-year high

How good are Indonesia's coffee export prospects?

Corn prices 'may rally' - thanks to hedge funds' record selldown

Brazil coffee export hopes cut to six-year low, thanks to logistical squeeze

Smucker shares soar, as it foresees weaker coffee costs ahead

Growth in coffee sales in Brazil, Russia lifts Strauss Group results

Robusta coffee prices face 'potential flare-up', says Olam boss

Hedge funds lift livestock longs to record high - but coffee 'vulnerable to short-covering'

Agriculture misses out on growing optimism over commodity prices

Coffee market 'well supplied', says ICO, adding 4.5m bags to world tally

Fund bets raise ideas of rises ahead for grain prices - but not sugar

Starbucks slows coffee hedging as market weakens

Ag sector 'at the bottom of cycle', Bunge boss says, foreseeing 'better' 2018

Arabica coffee futures sidestep pressure from Brazilian rains

Hedge funds wrong-footed on sugar bets, cautioned over cattle

AM markets: soybean futures halt decline in China, to relief of Chicago

Coffee prices to 'move higher', as farmers win 'battle' with funds

Commodities worse bet than shares or bonds, says Morgan Stanley

Coffee futures gain on downpours in Vietnam, dryness in Brazil

Agrimoney's parent company ties up with Urner Barry

New Brexit report from Agrimoney

Banks' commmodities retreat creates scope for smaller rivals - Marex

Hedge funds buy grains at record pace, as weather woes threaten crops

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Ag technology key to keeping food shortages at bay - Monsanto

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'Returns definitely there' for ag investors, World Bank expert says

From Guitar Hero to agrobotics - technology is writing farming's future

Sponsored article - How the end of the CAP will impact UK ag finance

Ag sector 'should start thinking now' about Brexit fallout

Trump top concern for agribusiness investors, Agrimoney survey shows

Embracing cutting-edge ag technologies 'a necessity, not a luxury'

US ag secretary Sonny Perdue may be 'moderating influence' on Donald Trump

Can coffee futures rally in 2017 too?

Agrimoney launches new event for 2017

Trump's victory - what will it bring for farming and investors?

What Donald Trump's election victory means for agriculture

Agrimoney launches in-depth report on Chinese ag

Cocoa turns to coffee sector for answers to demand questions

Fishing, cocoa offer solutions to 'dangerously low' coffee profits

Agrimoney launches Global Coffee Monitor

Cutting crop waste will boost African ag faster than growing yields

Brexit crisis has done world ag markets a favour

Brexit - what does it mean for agriculture and global markets?

Are analysts too downbeat on coffee market prospects?

Coffee futures - does the rally have legs?

An ag revolution that traders may dislike is coming anyway

Ag price weakness will prove only temporary, says Jim Rogers

Robusta coffee futures - will they extend their decline in 2016?

Arabica coffee futures - will their rout end in 2016? is seeking coffee correspondents

Farmers put on alert as El Nino declared official

Coffee look better placed than sugar for price recovery

Coffee futures - will they prove star performers in 2015 too?

Coffee prices to hit 3-year high - if buyers get more gusto

Cotton, soy lead hedge fund return to bearish positioning on ags

Mixed Brazil coffee flowering talk, as 2015 crop estimates loom

Hedge funds, for fifth week, hike positive positioning on ags

Hedge funds extend positive ag bets. But has sentiment on wheat turned?

Cattle, coffee, cotton prices vulnerable in index rejig

Hedge funds extend short-covering in ags, led by soy

Starbucks sees 'no fundamental shortage' in coffee market

China to gain a taste for coffee exports

Sunday may prove crucial for the future of world farming

Are rains too late to save Brazil's coffee crop?

Soy, sugar, wheat hit as hedge funds return to selling ags

Agriculture emerges as key Brazil election battleground

Hedge fund enthusiasm for ags rises even as sentiment sours

Soy takes the brunt as hedge funds extend bearish ag bets

Agriculture investors emerging as World Cup winners

Hedge funds hike bearish bets on ags - boosting price hopes

Smucker vs Starbucks illustrates commodity buyers' dilemma

Smucker lifts coffee price - as futures enter bear market

Brazil's woes mean coffee rally has much further to go nominated for two media awards

The commodity price which gains most during El Ninos is...

El Nino wouldn't be all negative for crop production

Coffee price rally may be getting ahead of itself

Brazil coffee fears 'for real' - and a threat to 2015 too

Robusta coffee prices - will they outpace arabica in 2014?

Cocoa bucks ags' 2013 losses - and to outperform in 2014 too

Arabica coffee prices - will they fall below $1 in 2014?

MDA ready for 'surprises' on corn, soybean crop tour

'Death of the supercycle' ideas misplaced - for ags at least

Has the tide turned on arabica coffee supplanting robusta?

Arabica coffee prices - will they heat up in 2013?

Writing goes on the wall for Chocfinger-style commodity bets

Robusta coffee prices - will they lag again in 2012?

Arabica coffee prices - what does 2012 hold?

Glencore reveals secrets of success in agriculture

Coffee output may rise substantially. And soon

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