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Sandra Boga

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Sandra Boga has over 10 years of commodities reporting experience. She joined Informa in 2013, after spending 5 years as a senior reporter in the steel commodities sector based both in London and São Paulo.

Her specialist area at IEG Vu is currently the cocoa market, however, other areas of expertise include sugar, coffee and grains. Sandra created the template for Market Reports across the grains, oilseeds and softs sectors at IEG Vu, which cover price analysis, supply, demand and outlooks.

Sandra regularly covers key global events across Europe, Latin America and Asia, providing in-depth, extensive coverage and live tweets for her followers. She is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.

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Ivory Coast suspends new cocoa bean purchases, farmgate price unchanged

Ivory Coast's cocoa board has temporarily suspended Cargill, Barry Callebaut and some other traders from buying new beans, it said on Tuesday (March 30), claiming they have already exceeded their contracted exports for this season, according to local reports.

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Agribusiness Covid-19 Podcast: March 31

Stay abreast of the latest developments in the global agriculture and food markets influenced by Covid-19 by listening to our daily IHS Markit Agribusiness podcast.

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Brazil’s Raízen and BR Distribuidora cut fuel ethanol purchases

The two largest Brazilian fuel distributors declared force majeure on purchases of ethanol as the coronavirus pandemic hammers demand, the local press reported.

Brazil Ethanol

EU sugar exports fall to 50,000 tonnes in February

EU members exported only 50,000 tonnes of sugar in February 2020, down from an upwardly revised 63,000 in January (from 27,000 tonnes published last month) and sharply below 139,000 tonnes in the same month last year, according to preliminary Eurostat data.

Sugar Brazil

Futures Review: London cocoa settles at a 2½-month low

Cocoa prices on Monday (March 30) settled mixed with London cocoa at a 2½-month low.

Cocoa Futures

Futures Review: White sugar premium jumps to 6½-year high

The May/May white sugar premium continued to post strong gains amid firm front-month white sugar prices amid overall weakness.

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