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Ivory Coast cocoa port arrivals rise 25% as season nears end

Ivory Coast’s cocoa volumes arriving at its ports have again increased by 25% so far this season, in comparison to a year prior, local exporters estimated this week.

Cocoa Côte d'Ivoire Production

Ghana's Cocobod signs USD1.3 bln loan for 2017/18 cocoa buys

Ghana's cocoa industry regulator Cocobod signed a USD1.3 billion loan with international banks to fund purchases for the 2017/18 season, it said in a note sent to IEG Vu on Wednesday (September 20).

Ghana Cocoa Production

Set Alert for IEG Vu Commodities :: Cocoa

Weekly Review: Smaller Ivorian cocoa crop on the way?

Cocoa futures received a mid-week fillip from influential player Olam’s analyst viewing a potential 10% drop in the coming Ivorian main crop, citing reduced investment amid weak global prices.
Cocoa Production

Futures Review: Cocoa drifts higher

ICE cocoa futures settled up by USD23 at USD2,021 per tonne.
Futures Cocoa

West Africa`s bumper cocoa crop may further depress global prices

As the 2016/17 cocoa season comes to an end, West Africa’s main players; Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon, have all produced bumper cocoa crops, judging from output figures released so far.

Cocoa Production

Ivorian main crop may fall by 10% in 2017/18

Olam International's top cocoa official said on Wednesday that he expects top producer Ivory Coast's production during the October-to-March main crop to fall by at least 10% from last year's record 1.5 million tonnes.
Côte d'Ivoire Cocoa

Futures Review: Cocoa recovers in technical trading

ICE cocoa futures reversed some previous losses and advanced to USD1,998 per tonne.
Futures Dominican Republic

Futures Review: Cocoa recovered from low closing?

Futures contracts for both London and New York cocoa revitalized during today’s trading, following yesterday’s lows, however with more bearish news on the horizon, how long will it last?

Cocoa Futures
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