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US Sugar #11 Futures - May 15 (SBK5)

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11.96 -0.14    (-1.20%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 11.96
  • Open: 12.09
  • Day's Range: 11.95 - 12.22
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Sugar #11 Futures Contracts
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Cash 11.99s-0.140.0011.9911.99003/30/15Q / C / O
May 15 11.99s-0.1412.0912.2211.946609203/30/15Q / C / O
Jul 15 12.16s-0.1312.2812.3212.104750203/30/15Q / C / O
Oct 15 12.81s-0.1612.9712.9712.742140403/30/15Q / C / O
Mar 16 14.03s-0.2114.2014.2213.96829503/30/15Q / C / O
May 16 14.09s-0.2114.2814.2814.03131303/30/15Q / C / O
Jul 16 14.05s-0.2114.2014.2313.9952603/30/15Q / C / O
Oct 16 14.20s-0.1814.3314.3614.1431603/30/15Q / C / O
Mar 17 14.61s-0.1714.6514.7014.546103/30/15Q / C / O
May 17 14.52s-0.1714.6214.6214.46903/30/15Q / C / O
Jul 17 14.44s-0.1714.5414.5414.38303/30/15Q / C / O
Oct 17 14.52s-0.1414.5014.5214.501603/30/15Q / C / O

   
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abdul waheed  awan
abdul waheed awan Mar 26, 2015 01:48PM GMT
where i can get latest updates of sugar prices ??.

Elton Gremi
Elton Gremi Mar 26, 2015 09:39AM GMT
sugar goes up, after oil??

mark w
mark w Mar 05, 2015 10:18AM GMT
Price 13.52: if you click onto weekly candles you will see little but overlapping waves in bearish mode. And new lows are in. Ther is nothing to suggest the trend will change for now. The dollar is predicted to rise much further (long term) which pressurizes commodities. Just look at oil and precious metals for example (oil almost certain to get below $34 and could easily get below $10). Short positions should only be taken during sizeable pull-backs and with tight stops as this market is unpredictable. A more major retracement could occur at any time and you don't want to get caught short when it happens. Best tactic is to draw a descending price channel against the highs and lows and short when touching the top or long when touching the bottom, but personally I'm standing clear. Another bearish thrust in coming weeks to about 12.00 will see price at the bottom of the channel?, but draw it up and check yourself as 12.00 is just a visual guess. Best wishes
Konstantinos Ko
Konstantinos Ko Mar 25, 2015 09:47AM GMT
Hello any new idea about the sugar price?
mark w
mark w Mar 25, 2015 12:23PM GMT
Hi Konstantinos Ko, Sugar price 12.46: dollar currently consolidating gains, so downward pressure on sugar eased a little, but everything suggests lower prices to follow. There are channels to be drawn on daily and weekly candle charts, but as stated previously, likely about 12.00 will see bottom of weekly candle channel, at which point price could rebound. In a bear market is best to short when price pulls-back higher. Personally I would print a daily and weekly candle charts, draw my channels and plan on shorting when price higher (near top of channel). Is risky but you could short when price at bottom of weekly candle channel, but waves sometimes penetrate channel before reversing so you could lose your stop-loss. Personally am standing clear until opportunity clearer. Trade in calculated fashion for safety. Best wishes, mark
Konstantinos Ko
Konstantinos Ko Mar 25, 2015 02:36PM GMT
Thank you for your immediate answer! How do you think brazilian real affect prices as it is in new lows and there is place for a rebound? Also the correlated sugar price when euro/usd 1,10 was about 13,70! Is it possible to see a bounce till 14? What do you think?Best regards, K.K.
mark w
mark w Mar 25, 2015 03:26PM GMT
Hi Konstantinos Ko, apologies but am not following or analyzing the markets much at the moment. For me there are two fundamental things to watch however. The USD index, and Elliott Wave Theory. Stronger dollar suggests people seeking 'refuge' in dollar and fleeing from investment in commodities, hence falling prices (fears of dollar collapse have dissipated). Elliott Wave Theory helps to understand price movement/waves as representing 'crowd behaviour' and can sometimes offer insight into 'where next'. Other world events are less important than USA economics or how investors think, therefore are largely unimportant. They follow rather than lead. Currently USD inx is undergoing a retracement, suggesting less downward pressure on commodities, but the larger trend remains up. After this consolidation, the USD inx has one further major sized leg up to new highs - to complete its 1st wave on a even larger scale, after which it will reverse significantly & commodities likewise rebound. M
Konstantinos Ko
Konstantinos Ko Mar 25, 2015 04:31PM GMT
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