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It’s no longer just the current 2017/18 season’s supply that traders fear may turn out tighter than expected after some hot dry weather in the Ivory Coast.
After a mostly weak performance in the year to date, Arabica coffee futures have yet to prove they’ve bottomed out.
Nearby raw sugar futures continued test eight-month lows despite India’s government forecasting its 2017/18 crop 2.3 million tonnes below the recently raised estimate from the country’s milling body ISMA.
A choppy Winnipeg rapeseed futures market continued to pivot on soy’s gains and losses to a backdrop of its own relatively loose supply fundamentals.
Malay Bursa palm oil futures initially bounced off last week’s final 19-month lows despite amid mixed February data from the country’s official palm body MPOB.
Recent increments to Brazilian crop forecasts had been working against drought-eroding Argentine yields and, along with large world carry-in stocks from last season, reining in soy bulls.