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Sugar #11 Mar 21 (SB=F)

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14.47-0.24 (-1.63%)
As of 12:59PM EST. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2021-02-26
Open14.75
Bid14.47
Last Price14.71
Day's Range14.39 - 14.77
Volume37,281
Ask14.48
  • Reuters

    BP Bunge joint venture capitalizes on sugar rally to hedge sales -CEO

    BP Bunge Bioenergia, a Brazil-based joint venture for sugar and biofuels, took advantage of what it called a "rare market condition" to hedge a large amount of sugar sales for the next two seasons. The JV, which was set up late last year and is backed by Bunge Ltd and BP Plc, has hedged 60% of its 2021 sugar sales and 40% of its 2022 sales, Chief Executive Geovane Consul said in an interview on Friday. "We took advantage of a situation of sugar prices going up in New York at the same time as the local currency was falling strongly, that is pretty rare," Consul said, adding that average prices for 2021 are 10% above the previous year, while prices for 2022 are 8% higher than 2021.

  • Tate & Lyle acquires stevia-producer Sweet Green Fields as natural sugar substitute demand soars
    Evening Standard

    Tate & Lyle acquires stevia-producer Sweet Green Fields as natural sugar substitute demand soars

    Tate &Lyle today revealed it has bought stevia-producer Sweet Green Fields in the latest move towards zero-calorie, aspartame-free natural sugar substitutes. Its household name brands still seen on supermarket shelves, including Lyle's Golden Syrup and Tate & Lyle, were sold to America Sugar Refining. On Tuesday the company announced the acquisition of Sweet Green Fields, which is expecting revenues of around $50million in the year to December 31, saying that the move would bring "a fully integrated stevia supply chain to Tate & Lyle".

  • India's Oct-Nov sugar output doubles to 4.29 million tonnes, trade body says
    Reuters

    India's Oct-Nov sugar output doubles to 4.29 million tonnes, trade body says

    Indian sugar mills have produced 4.29 million tonnes of sugar in the first two months of the 2020/21 marketing year started on Oct. 1, up 107% from a year ago, a leading trade body said on Wednesday. The country is the world's second biggest sugar producer and higher output could weigh on global prices.