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Settlement Date2018-09-28
Open12.21
Bid12.39
Last Price12.41
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Ask12.40
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  • Sugar poised for two surplus years after 'enormous' output from India, Thailand
    Reuters5 days ago

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    The world sugar market is poised for two consecutive years of surplus production, following a surge in output from Thailand and India, Rabobank said on Tuesday. This was up 3 million tonnes from the group's previous quarterly forecast, with Rabobank signalling it was almost entirely due to revisions to its Indian and Thai production expectations. Thai sugar output is expected to decline slightly to 14.5 million tonnes, from a record 15.7 million tonnes produced in the 2017/18 cycle, Rabobank said.

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    Reuters5 days ago

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  • Reuters6 days ago

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  • Reuters6 days ago

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    Reuters7 days ago

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    Reuters7 days ago

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    BBC News10 days ago

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  • Reuters10 days ago

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    France's Tereos considers finding partner in tough sugar market

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  • Reuters16 days ago

    India's MMTC tenders to export 200,000 tonnes sugar

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    Reuters19 days ago

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    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's cabinet approved a bailout package for the sugar sector, a government source said on Wednesday after a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to help struggling mills and cane growers.

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    India plans to build stockpile of 3 million tonnes sugar: Ram Vilas Paswan

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    Reuters20 days ago

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  • Reuterslast month

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    India to build sugar stockpile to cut surplus supplies in market

    India will build government stockpiles of sugar to cut a surplus in the market, two official sources said on Tuesday, a move that will prop up local prices and help money-losing mills pay dues to millions of cane growers, a key voting bloc. The cabinet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi would soon approve a plan to create "buffer stocks" of 3 million tonnes of sugar to suck the extra supply out of the domestic market and to stave off a free fall in prices, one of the sources said. Other than creating buffer stocks of sugar, the government could look at other means of supporting prices, said the second source.

  • Reuterslast month

    U.S. House defeats farm bill sugar amendment amid Republican immigration spat

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    Associated Presslast month

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  • Reuterslast month

    Suedzucker to step up exports to boost revenues after sugar price slump

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    Bunge files to list Brazilian sugar and ethanol business

    SÃO PAULO, May 15 (Reuters) - Global commodities trader Bunge Ltd has filed for a potential public offering of its sugar and ethanol unit in Brazil, Bunge Açúcar & Bionergia SA, with the Brazilian Securities Commission, the company said on Tuesday. The U.S. headquartered company said it recently obtained debt financing for the unit, which it has prepared to operate as a stand-alone company. Bunge said it plans to keep a controlling stake in the company after the IPO, "enabling it to participate in future value creation driven by the stand-alone company's growth and cyclical improvement in global sugar market conditions".