SB=F - Sugar No. 11 (World) Futures,J

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11.26
-0.14 (-1.23%)
As of 11:32AM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2018-06-29
Open11.41
Bid11.25
Last Price11.40
Day's Range11.19 - 11.47
Volume65,235
Ask11.26
  • What Does KC.P. Sugar and Industries Corporation Limited’s (NSE:KCPSUGIND) Share Price Indicate?
    Simply Wall St.7 hours ago

    What Does KC.P. Sugar and Industries Corporation Limited’s (NSE:KCPSUGIND) Share Price Indicate?

    KC.P. Sugar and Industries Corporation Limited (NSEI:KCPSUGIND), a food company based in India, saw significant share price volatility over the past couple of months on the NSEI, rising to theRead More...

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    Ministers back plans to give subsidies to sugar cane growers: Paswan

    Ministers have proposed giving subsidies to cane growers for produce they sell to sugar mills, as bulging supplies have driven down prices, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet would consider the proposal soon, Paswan said after a ministerial panel met to address challenges facing growers in the world's biggest cane producer after Brazil. Local refined sugar prices have tumbled more than 15 percent in the past six months, driving down profits at mills, which in turn means lower returns for farmers.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    ICE tweaks raw sugar contract rules around CAFTA quota -notice

    The Intercontinental Exchange Inc on Tuesday said it had amended rules for delivery of raw sugar to the No 11 futures contract to ensure that Central American sweetener cannot be shipped to the United States through a preferential quota. Sugar from Central America and the Dominican Republic can enter the highly-protected U.S. market at a lower tariff-rate under a U.S.-Central American Free trade agreement (CAFTA). The amendment ensures that sugar delivered against the No 11 contract from any of those origins cannot be sent into the United States under the CAFTA quota, ICE said in a notice published on Tuesday.

  • Indian cane arrears could hit $3.8 billion as prices tank - industry
    Reuters7 days ago

    Indian cane arrears could hit $3.8 billion as prices tank - industry

    Cane arrears in India could leap to a record 250 billion rupees ($3.8 billion) in 2017-18 as a drop in sugar prices to their lowest level in 28 months made it difficult for mills to pay farmers mandatory cane prices, industry officials told Reuters. The record arrears, up from 20 billion rupees in the previous year, will force the world's second-biggest sugar producer to provide incentives for exports, increasing pressure on global sugar prices. Mills currently owe farmers 200 billion rupees, but the figure will rise unless the government offers incentives to export surplus output, said Prakash Naiknavare, managing director of the National Federation of Cooperative Sugar Factories (NFCSF).

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Indian cane arrears could hit $3.8 billion as prices tank -industry

    Cane arrears in India could leap to a record 250 billion rupees ($3.8 billion) in 2017-18 as a drop in sugar prices to their lowest level in 28 months made it difficult for mills to pay farmers mandatory cane prices, industry officials told Reuters. The record arrears, up from 20 billion rupees in the previous year, will force the world's second-biggest sugar producer to provide incentives for exports, increasing pressure on global sugar prices. Mills currently owe farmers 200 billion rupees, but the figure will rise unless the government offers incentives to export surplus output, said Prakash Naiknavare, managing director of the National Federation of Cooperative Sugar Factories (NFCSF).

  • A CNN interview sparked another Ghana backlash and a debate about women, sex and love
    Quartz7 days ago

    A CNN interview sparked another Ghana backlash and a debate about women, sex and love

    There is nothing unusual about a young woman having sugar daddies in Ghana. It happens in Nigeria, it happens in South Africa (where they’re called blessers) and if the stories doing the rounds in the Washington DC these days are to be believed, it’s not that unusual in the United States either. However, the video…

  • Primark owner ABF says sugar business to blame for 30% drop in profit
    The Independent7 days ago

    Primark owner ABF says sugar business to blame for 30% drop in profit

    Associated British Foods (ABF), the owner of discount fashion giant Primark, has reported a 30 per cent drop in profit despite increased sales across almost all its businesses during the first half of the current financial year. The group said decline in its sugar operation was to blame for the dip in overall pre-tax profit, which fell to £623m from £895m in the first half of 2017. Shares dropped more than 1.7 per cent at the open.

  • Benzinga12 days ago

    Want To Start Trading Commodities? Make Sure You Understand The Risk

    Americans are constantly on the lookout for more ways to invest and grow their money. One of the more overlooked ways that have emerged is commodities trading. Trading in oil, sugar, or other commodities ...

  • Exclusive: India likely to pay cane growers to help sugar mills - sources
    Reuters15 days ago

    Exclusive: India likely to pay cane growers to help sugar mills - sources

    India is likely to provide financial support to cane farmers for produce sold to sugar mills, two government sources said, in a rare move to subsidise the industry which is reeling under a glut and struggling to export because of low global prices. India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, last month scrapped a 20 percent export tax and made it compulsory for mills to export at least 2 million tonnes of sugar. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration is likely to approve a proposal to pay around 55 rupees ($0.84) for every tonne of cane sold to the mills, two government sources said, seeking anonymity in line with government policy.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Exclusive: India likely to pay cane growers to help sugar mills - sources

    India is likely to provide financial support to cane farmers for produce sold to sugar mills, two government sources said, in a rare move to subsidise the industry which is reeling under a glut and struggling to export because of low global prices. India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, last month scrapped a 20 percent export tax and made it compulsory for mills to export at least 2 million tonnes of sugar. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration is likely to approve a proposal to pay around 55 rupees ($0.84) for every tonne of cane sold to the mills, two government sources said, seeking anonymity in line with government policy.

  • Soft drink sugar tax starts, but will it work?
    BBC News18 days ago

    Soft drink sugar tax starts, but will it work?

    Half of manufacturers cut sugar content, with ministers calling it a good start in fight against obesity.

  • Sugar tax: the soft drinks that slashed their sugar ahead of the levy
    The Independent18 days ago

    Sugar tax: the soft drinks that slashed their sugar ahead of the levy

    The UK’s first ever sugar tax comes into force on Friday. Soft drinks manufacturers will have to pay an extra levy on drinks that contain a high amount of sugar, which is expected to bring the Treasury an extra £240m. Some big name brands slashed their sugar content ahead of the first day of the sugar levy, while others have decided to shrink the size of their bottles and increase prices.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    Brazil cane industry blasts Pakistan, India sugar export policies

    Brazil's sugarcane industry on Thursday took aim at policies undertaken by Pakistan and India to protect local producers and boost sugar exports, arguing they could further depress global prices. Pakistan, whose stature as a sugar producer has been growing in recent years, in January quadrupled the volume of sugar eligible for export subsidies to 2 million tonnes in a bid to reduce excessive domestic supplies. Eduardo Leão de Sousa, the director for cane industry group Unica, said the organisation was assessing whether those practices comply with World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.

  • Sugar Tax: George Osborne says it should include milk drinks
    BBC News19 days ago

    Sugar Tax: George Osborne says it should include milk drinks

    George Osborne says if he was still Chancellor he would have expanded the sugar tax.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Sugarcane arrears in India jump to $2.62 billion - trade body

    Sugarcane arrears in India stood at 170 billion rupees ($2.62 billion) at the end of March, a more than 21 percent jump from January-end, as a drop in sugar prices made it difficult for mills to pay farmers stipulated prices, a trade body said on Tuesday. Mills in Uttar Pradesh owe farmers 72 billion rupees, while mills in Maharashtra have delayed payments of 25 billion rupees, the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) said in a statement. Indian sugar mills produced 28.18 million tonnes sugar in the first six months of 2017/18 marketing year started on Oct. 1, up 49 percent from a year ago, the trade body said.

  • It’s not going to get better for Indian banks anytime soon
    Quartz21 days ago

    It’s not going to get better for Indian banks anytime soon

    The toxic-loan pile in Indian banking is set to get even bigger. After borrowers from the power and steel sectors brought lenders to their knees in the last few years, it is now the turn of telecom, sugar, and healthcare sectors, the weakest performers in the last financial year. The risk of loan defaults by…

  • Reuters21 days ago

    FOCUS-Pressure builds on Bunge with struggle to give up sugar

    Bunge is struggling to sell its sugar trading operations, according to two sources familiar with the matter, frustrating the 200-year-old agricultural merchant's strategy of slimming down to focus on core areas and improve profitability. German sugar refiner Nordzucker and Singapore-based agribusiness firm Wilmar International were among parties that had been initially interested, but nothing has materialised, according to the sources. Sale difficulties risk complicating Bunge's plan, announced by CEO Soren Schroder in February, to exit global sugar trading and distribution to concentrate on its core grain and oilseed operations.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    India's sugar surplus set to rise as output to reach a record this year: association

    India's sugar surplus could swell to 5.3 million tonnes as production for the 2017/18 crop year is set to surge to a record 30.3 million tonnes as output rises from the top two producing states, the Western India Sugar Mills Association (WISMA) said. India's surplus will rise as output from the state of Maharashtra, the country's second-biggest producing state, is expected to jump to 10.6 million tonnes, from last year's 4.2 million tonnes, B.B. Thombre, the president of WISMA, said on Monday.

  • The new social networks you should join instead of Facebook, according to a Y Combinator partner
    Quartz24 days ago

    The new social networks you should join instead of Facebook, according to a Y Combinator partner

    The past two weeks have been rough for Facebook. Some are deleting their accounts in protest of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, while others are decrying the death of social media, likening its effect on us to sugar or smoking. But online socializing isn’t inherently bad for us, and just because many are migrating away from…

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Pressure builds on Bunge with struggle to give up sugar

    Bunge (BG.N) is struggling to sell its sugar trading operations, according to two sources familiar with the matter, frustrating the 200-year-old agricultural merchant's strategy of slimming down to focus on core areas and improve profitability. German sugar refiner Nordzucker and Singapore-based agribusiness firm Wilmar International (WLIL.SI) were among parties that had been initially interested, but nothing has materialised, according to the sources. Sale difficulties risk complicating Bunge's plan, announced by CEO Soren Schroder in February, to exit global sugar trading and distribution to concentrate on its core grain and oilseed operations.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    FOCUS-Pressure builds on Bunge with struggle to give up sugar

    Bunge is struggling to sell its sugar trading operations, according to two sources familiar with the matter, frustrating the 200-year-old agricultural merchant's strategy of slimming down to focus on core areas and improve profitability. German sugar refiner Nordzucker and Singapore-based agribusiness firm Wilmar International were among parties that had been initially interested, but nothing has materialised, according to the sources. Sale difficulties risk complicating Bunge's plan, announced by CEO Soren Schroder in February, to exit global sugar trading and distribution to concentrate on its core grain and oilseed operations.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    India's easing of sugar export rules could further pressure global prices

    India relaxed rules on sugar exports on Wednesday, allowing mills to sell abroad until the end of the current season in a move that could further drag down benchmark sugar prices. India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, is struggling to manage overflowing domestic stocks. The government has written to sugar mills to say the export quota for the sector has been set at 2 million tonnes, according to a letter seen by Reuters.

  • Nestle 'restructures' Milkybar to cut sugar
    BBC News28 days ago

    Nestle 'restructures' Milkybar to cut sugar

    The chocolate firm has used science to cut sugar in chocolate by 30%

  • CNBC28 days ago

    Nestle launches a new chocolate bar using sugar-reduction technology

    The firm claims it can “restructure” natural sugar without loss of taste.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Nestle's Milkybar targets healthy sweet spot with designer sugar

    Nestle is launching a lower-sugar Milkybar made with a new version of the sweetener which could help ease the $185 billion confectionery industry's growing public health headache. Milkybar Wowsomes, a new more expensive take on the 81-year-old white chocolate made famous by the gun-slinging Milkybar Kid ads, will be on shelves in Britain and Ireland in coming weeks. The world's largest packaged food company says the new bars have 30 percent less sugar than a typical chocolate bar, helped by the use of Nestle's new ingredient, sugar that has been physically altered to be lighter and dissolve faster.