SB=F - Sugar #11 Mar 19

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13.78
+0.05 (+0.36%)
As of 3:54AM EDT. Market open.
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Settlement Date2019-02-28
Open13.73
Bid13.76
Last Price13.73
Day's Range13.68 - 13.78
Volume2,539
Ask13.78
  • China says safeguard measures on sugar imports in line with WTO rules
    Reuters21 hours ago

    China says safeguard measures on sugar imports in line with WTO rules

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's commerce ministry said on Wednesday its safeguard measures on sugar imports are in line with World Trade Organisation rules, in response to Brazil's opening of a consultation ...

  • World sugar market could swing to deficit in 2019/20 as Brazil, EU curb output: broker
    Reuters7 days ago

    World sugar market could swing to deficit in 2019/20 as Brazil, EU curb output: broker

    The world sugar market could see a shortfall in 2019/20 after two years of over-supply as Brazil and the European Union cut production, but strong Indian output will still weigh on the market, ADM Investor Services International said on Thursday. The market could swing to a deficit of roughly 2 million tonnes in the 2019/2020 season, from an expected surplus of 4-5 million tonnes in the current 2018/19 season, said Howard Jenkins, head of global commodity group at ADMISI. "There are signs that the very low prices seen since February are beginning to have an impact on sugar production across the world," Jenkins told an industry gathering in London.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    World sugar market could swing to deficit in 2019/20 as Brazil, EU curb output: broker

    The world sugar market could see a shortfall in 2019/20 after two years of over-supply as Brazil and the European Union cut production, but strong Indian output will still weigh on the market, ADM Investor Services International said on Thursday. The market could swing to a deficit of roughly 2 million tonnes in the 2019/2020 season, from an expected surplus of 4-5 million tonnes in the current 2018/19 season, said Howard Jenkins, head of global commodity group at ADMISI. "There are signs that the very low prices seen since February are beginning to have an impact on sugar production across the world," Jenkins told an industry gathering in London.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    EU drop in sugar output offers 'glimmer of hope' for supply glut

    The European Union is poised to reduce its sugar exports as poor weather and low prices dent output from the bloc, a move analysts said on Tuesday could help ease a global supply glut. The EU is expected to produce 17.3 million tonnes of sugar in the current 2018/19 season, down from 19.6 million tonnes in 2017/18, John Stansfield, trader and analyst at Group Sopex, told an industry gathering in London. As a result, the EU was expected to export only 1.65 million tonnes of sugar in the 2018/19 season, down from exports of roughly 3.4 million tonnes in 2017/18, Stansfield said.

  • Bloomberg12 days ago

    Sugar Giant Alvean Loses More Traders After COO Departure

    Options trader Sophie Maze, hired in Geneva at the end of last year, and five other employees left, Alvean said Friday in a statement responding to Bloomberg questions. Maze, formerly with BP Plc, was hired to exploit the links between sugar and energy, helping diversify earnings. Alvean, a venture between U.S. agribusiness giant Cargill Inc. and Brazilian sugar and ethanol producer Copersucar SA, confirmed last week that COO Soren Jensen left.

  • World food prices dip in September - FAO
    Reuters14 days ago

    World food prices dip in September - FAO

    ROME (Reuters) - World food prices slipped in September from the month before, with only sugar posting a rise, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    World food prices dip in September - FAO

    ROME (Reuters) - World food prices slipped in September from the month before, with only sugar posting a rise, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday. The Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) ...

  • Reuters14 days ago

    World food prices dip in September -FAO

    World food prices slipped in September from the month before, with only sugar posting a rise, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday. The Food and Agriculture Organization's food price index, ...

  • How wealthy is Lord Alan Sugar? 
    The Telegraph16 days ago

    How wealthy is Lord Alan Sugar? 

    Lord Alan Sugar famously started his entrepreneurial career shifting aerials and electrical goods from the back of a van, but theses days he makes the bulk of his money from his huge London property empire.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    India will only provide subsidy to mills that export sugar: minister

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - India will only provide financial assistance to sugar mills that export the sweetener, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan told reporters on Thursday. India's production will outstrip local ...

  • India will only provide subsidy to mills that export sugar: minister
    Reuters21 days ago

    India will only provide subsidy to mills that export sugar: minister

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - India will only provide financial assistance to sugar mills that export the sweetener, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan told reporters on Thursday.

  • Brazil says Indian sugar export subsidy causes 'serious concerns'
    Reuters22 days ago

    Brazil says Indian sugar export subsidy causes 'serious concerns'

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil said on Wednesday that Indian sugar export subsidies generate "serious concerns" in government and in the sugar industry, in a moment of oversupply and falling prices for the sweetener.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Brazil says Indian sugar export subsidy causes 'serious concerns'

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil said on Wednesday that Indian sugar export subsidies generate "serious concerns" in government and in the sugar industry, in a moment of oversupply and falling prices ...

  • Indian cabinet approves incentives for 2018/19 sugar exports
    Reuters22 days ago

    Indian cabinet approves incentives for 2018/19 sugar exports

    India's cabinet on Wednesday approved incentives to encourage cash-strapped mills to export sugar in the 2018/19 season, a government statement said on Wednesday, part of efforts to trim bulging domestic stockpiles. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet will give transport subsidies of 1,000 rupees ($13.77) a tonne to 3,000 rupees a tonne to sugar mills, depending on their distance from ports, the statement said. Also, the cabinet approved raising the price the government directly pays to cane growers to 138 rupees ($1.90) a tonne in the new season beginning October 2018.

  • Indian cabinet approves incentives for 2018/19 sugar exports
    Reuters22 days ago

    Indian cabinet approves incentives for 2018/19 sugar exports

    India's cabinet on Wednesday approved incentives to encourage cash-strapped mills to export sugar in the 2018/19 season, a government statement said on Wednesday, part of efforts to trim bulging domestic stockpiles. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet will give transport subsidies of 1,000 rupees ($13.77) a tonne to 3,000 rupees a tonne to sugar mills, depending on their distance from ports, the statement said. Also, the cabinet approved raising the price the government directly pays to cane growers to 138 rupees ($1.90) a tonne in the new season beginning October 2018.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Shanghai sets challenge to New York, London in copper options debut

    China's top state copper companies threw their weight behind Shanghai's first copper options on Friday, with early turnover trouncing its New York rival and raising a big challenge to the 141-year-old London bourse in the $270 billion (204 billion pounds) global market. The copper options, which follow the launch of sugar and soymeal options last year, come as the Shanghai Futures Exchange (ShFE) also considers opening its flagship copper futures to foreign investors. Almost 18,000 options contracts changed hands in their debut session, equivalent to almost 90,000 tonnes of metal worth 4.44 billion yuan ($649 million), according to Reuters calculations based on exchange data.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Shanghai sets challenge to New York, London in copper options debut

    China's top state copper companies threw their weight behind Shanghai's first copper options on Friday, with early turnover trouncing its New York rival and raising a big challenge to the 141-year-old London bourse in the $270 billion global market. The copper options, which follow the launch of sugar and soymeal options last year, come as the Shanghai Futures Exchange (ShFE) also considers opening its flagship copper futures to foreign investors. Almost 18,000 options contracts changed hands in their debut session, equivalent to almost 90,000 tonnes of metal worth 4.44 billion yuan ($649 million), according to Reuters calculations based on exchange data.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Shanghai sets challenge to New York, London in copper options debut

    China's top state copper companies threw their weight behind Shanghai's first copper options on Friday, with early turnover trouncing its New York rival and raising a big challenge to the 141-year-old London bourse in the $270 billion global market. The copper options, which follow the launch of sugar and soymeal options last year, come as the Shanghai Futures Exchange (ShFE) also considers opening its flagship copper futures to foreign investors. Almost 18,000 options contracts changed hands in their debut session, equivalent to almost 90,000 tonnes of metal worth 4.44 billion yuan ($649 million), according to Reuters calculations based on exchange data.

  • In debut, China's state copper firms, Trafigura line up to trade ShFE options
    Reuters27 days ago

    In debut, China's state copper firms, Trafigura line up to trade ShFE options

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Swiss trading house Trafigura and China's top copper producers Tongling Nonferrous Metals and Jiangxi Copper were among the first to trade copper options at their debut on Friday, as the Shanghai Futures Exchange challenges New York and London rivals. In a statement, ShFE said 120 members and investors took part in the opening auction, including commodities trader COFCO, China Merchants Securities and Shenzhen-based brokerage Jinrui Futures. The product, which follows the launch of sugar and soymeal options last year, comes as the exchange also considers opening its flagship copper futures to foreign investors, and is a major step in China's prolonged effort to develop its derivatives industry.

  • Supermarket Yogurt May Contain More Sugar Than You Think
    Fortune28 days ago

    Supermarket Yogurt May Contain More Sugar Than You Think

    Supermarket Yogurt May Contain More Sugar Than You Think

  • Reuters29 days ago

    India to consider sugar export subsidy proposal next week - food minister

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will consider various proposals to support the sugar industry, including incentives for exports, at next week's cabinet meeting, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Wednesday. ...

  • Reuterslast month

    India could offer incentives for exports of 5 million tonnes of sugar: sources

    NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India is likely to consider on Wednesday a proposal to get mills to export 5 million tonnes of sugar by incentivising overseas sales in the 2018/19 season, two government officials said. The world's second biggest sugar producer is trying to reduce a growing stockpile and the rise in shipments could put pressure on global prices that are trading at near their lowest level in a decade. Saddled with massive stocks of sugar and a sharp fall in prices, mills have said they are unable to pay cane farmers the government's fixed price on time.

  • CCI fines sugar mills for rigging bids in tender: govt
    Reuterslast month

    CCI fines sugar mills for rigging bids in tender: govt

    India's antitrust regulator has imposed penalties on sugar mills for rigging bids in a joint tender floated by state fuel retailers to buy ethanol for blending with petrol, the finance ministry said on Tuesday. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed penalties on 18 sugar mills and two associates of Indian Sugar Mills Association and Ethanol Manufacturers Association of India for rigging bids in the tender floated on Jan. 2, 2013, the ministry said on Twitter.

  • CCI fines sugar mills for rigging bids in tender: govt
    Reuterslast month

    CCI fines sugar mills for rigging bids in tender: govt

    India's antitrust regulator has imposed penalties on sugar mills for rigging bids in a joint tender floated by state fuel retailers to buy ethanol for blending with petrol, the finance ministry said on Tuesday. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed penalties on 18 sugar mills and two associates of Indian Sugar Mills Association and Ethanol Manufacturers Association of India for rigging bids in the tender floated on Jan. 2, 2013, the ministry said on Twitter.

  • Reuterslast month

    Brazil, Australia to fight any Indian sugar export subsidy

    Brazilian and Australian sugar industry groups are working together with their respective governments to prepare a formal complaint to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over any possible sugar export subsidy by India, a top Brazilian sugar official told Reuters. Brazil and Australia view any subsidy by India, set to take over as the world's largest sugar producer this year, as a grave threat to a recent price recovery, Eduardo Leão, executive director at Brazil's cane industry group Unica, said in an interview.