London Sugar Futures - Aug 14 (LSUQ4)

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474.75 +7.35    (+1.57%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Tonne

  • Prev. Close: 467.40
  • Open: 469.60
  • Day's Range: 466.70 - 478.60
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Crude oil tops USD99 after largest U.S. supply drop since 2001
 - Dec 22, 2011

Investing.com – Crude oil futures extended gains from the previous session on Thursday, trading above USD99-a-barrel supported by a broadly weaker U.S. dollar and amid indications U.S. oil ...

SOFTS-Cocoa firm after grind data; arabicas climb
 - Apr 15, 2011

* Dealers eye condition of Ivory Coast cocoa mid-crop * Sugar bounces after becoming oversold (Adds trade comment, updates prices) By Sarah McFarlane and David Brough LONDON, April 15 (Reuters) - ...

SOFTS-Cocoa eases as Ouattara makes gains in I.Coast
 - Apr 01, 2011

* Sugar market focused on ample Brazilian crop outlook * Limited availability underpins coffee markets * Cocoa consolidates after steep fall (Adds trade comment, bylines, updates prices) By David ...

ANALYSIS-Further Indian sugar exports to ease supply tension
 - Mar 22, 2011

* Sugar futures prices fall after India export news * India could have 1.5 million tonnes more to export-trade * Focus will shift to Indian sugar stock levels By David Brough and Mayank Bhardwaj ...

COMODITIES-Oil up after 9 days of losses; others mostly down
 - Dec 15, 2009

* Oil breaks losing streak as market eyes lower stockpiles * Strong dollar weighs on most other markets * London sugar bucks trend to hits new record * Investors looking out for CPI, Fed on Wednesday...

SOFTS-Coffee surges on weak dollar, sugar mixed
 - Oct 06, 2009

* Sugar trade eyes India, Brazil weather, new crops * Worries over Ivorian cocoa supplies underpin cocoa * Coffee rallies on weak dollar (Recasts with markets closing, adds U.S. comment, NEW ...

COMMODITIES-Gold at 2-month high, sugar hits sweet note
 - Aug 04, 2009

* London sugar at record high; US sugar at 3-1/2 year high * Gold at 2-month high as dollar pares gains. * Oil choppy, holds above $71 * Dollar hovers near 2009 low vs euro By K.T. Arasu CHICAGO, Aug...

SOFTS-Tight supplies drives sugar to peaks
 - Aug 03, 2009

* London sugar hits all-time high of $505.90 per tonne * ICE sugar at 3-1/2-yr high, eyes 28-yr peak * Arabica coffee rallies to 7-1/2-week high (Rewrites with analyst comment, updates with U.S. ...


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Vilas Gharte
Vilas Gharte Apr 02, 2014 10:13AM GMT
What should be the sugar trading strategy upto 15 June 2014.. Any view for 2 months ?

Rajeev Nair
Rajeev Nair Mar 11, 2014 01:54PM GMT
why there a dip in price and still it hesitate to go up ....

Hemanth Dhandapani
Hemanth Dhandapani Feb 07, 2014 04:18AM GMT
Sugarcane payments to farmers are unpaid for several months in India and this is expected to negatively impact planting for next season. With lower rainfall in brazil, output is expected to be less. Overall it all points to lower sugar surplus in the next season and that should be bullish for Sugar prices
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