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London Cocoa Futures - Jul 16 (LCCN6)

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London Cocoa Futures - Jul 16 (LCCN6)




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2,171.00 -26.50    -1.21%
25/05 - Closed. Currency in GBP ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Tonne

  • Prev. Close: 2,171.00
  • Open: 2,200.50
  • Day's Range: 2,163.50 - 2,207.50
London Cocoa 2,171.00 -26.50 -1.21%
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London Cocoa Overview

Prev. Close2,171
MonthJul 16
Tick Size1
Contract Size10 Tonnes
Tick Value10
Day's Range2,163.5 - 2,207.5
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolC
52 wk Range1,961 - 2,328
Last Trading Day07/12/2016
Point Value1 = £10
1-Year Return4.05%
Last Rollover Day05/10/2016

Technical Summary

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Moving Averages Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Sell Buy
Technical Indicators Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Buy
Summary Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Buy

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The local buying agents keeps skyrocketing the price as a result of fall in crude oil prices and naira exchange rate while the terminal price is not encouraging. There are feeling from middle buying agents that the increase is cumulative result of exchange rate.
Pero Pljuca
Pero Pljuca Feb 12, 2015 6:05PM GMT
Not sure I understand the connection between cocoa price & oil price and USD/NGN rate.. If oil price goes down, the cocoa price should go down too, right?. Secondly, majority of cocoa beans comes from Ghana & Cote d'ivoire - nothing to do with NGN.
In Nigeria the local market keeps going down as the scarcity is resulting into increase in price from the farmers while the terminal price is not really encouraging.. But the fall in oil price and the exchange rate are all cumulative factors.
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londongoldandsilver trading Mar 26, 2013 6:13PM GMT
" $150 more downside left in gold. Good opprtunity for short selling at current levels. " STRONG SELL RECOMMENDATION. SHORT TERM TARGET AT $ 1480- $1446. THEN SEE A BOUNCE BACK TO $ 1552 AND AGAIN SEE A FALL TOWARDS $1360 IN MEDIUM TERM
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