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08/06/2012| 04:08pm US/Eastern
UPDATE: Fresh Sugar Exports From India Halt on Rising Local Prices
NEW DELHI--India, the world's second-largest sugar producer, has stopped arranging export deals for the sweetener, as local prices have shot past global levels over the past two months due to concerns that reduced monsoon rainfall could affect sugar cane output.
Cotton Ends at 11-Week High on Weaker Dollar and Stronger Stocks
NEW YORK--Cotton futures have rallied 6.3% in two trading sessions as investors seek higher returns for their cash, taking their cues from the weaker dollar and stronger equities.
NYSE Euronext: Money Managers Increase Net Long in Liffe Coffee, Cocoa
LONDON--Money managers increased their net long futures and options position, or bets on higher prices, in NYSE Liffe coffee and cocoa in the week to July 31, exchange data showed Monday.
Vietnam 2012-13 Sugar Output May Reach 1.6 Million Tons -Association
Vietnam's sugar output may reach up to 1.6 million metric tons next crop season, compared with 1.31 million tons this season, on the back of greater cane acreage and higher yields, Vietnam Sugar and Sugar Cane Association General Secretary Nguyen Hai told Dow Jones Newswires Monday.
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