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

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10.20
+0.11 (+1.09%)
As of 1:00PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2018-09-28
Open10.05
Bid10.19
Last Price10.09
Day's Range9.99 - 10.22
Volume59,626
Ask10.21
  • MarketWatch4 days ago

    Sugar futures settle at lowest in a decade on supply surplus

    MARKET PULSE Sugar futures declined Friday to settle at their lowest in more than 10 years, as the market continued to be plagued by a surplus of global supplies. "We are in such a big surplus that even drought in Europe, Brazil and potentially India cannot really make a dent in it," analysts at brokerage Marex Spectron wrote in a weekly report dated Monday.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    World sugar prices to end 2018 sharply lower as global glut weighs: Reuters poll

    World sugar prices are poised to recover some ground in the coming months but will still post sharp losses this year, as a larger than expected supply surplus weighs on the market, a Reuters survey of 10 analysts and traders showed on Thursday. Sugar prices are seen recovering slightly from the three-year lows hit on Wednesday, but the market is still on course to post an overall steep decline for the year. Spot raw sugar prices are expected to finish the quarter at 11.50 cents per lb and to end the year at 12 cents, up 14.5 percent from Wednesday's close but still down nearly 21 percent on the year, according to the median estimate of responses.

  • CNBC25 days ago

    This start-up turns pollution from factories into fuel that powers cars — and one day planes

    Almost every gallon of gasoline sold in the United States today is 10 percent ethanol, according to the Renewable Fuels Association . Ethanol is typically made from corn, sugar cane or grasses, which take a lot of land to grow, acreage that some argue is needed to grow food.

  • Less sugar yields better results for Coke, but tariffs force soda price up
    American City Business Journals27 days ago

    Less sugar yields better results for Coke, but tariffs force soda price up

    Cutting down on sugar is starting to produce some positive results for The Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO), but the company's CEO said Wednesday that tariffs have forced some price to bubble up. In an earnings report, Coke had good things to say about its sparkling soft drinks category — which had been getting hammered as consumer tastes have shifted. The company saw improved results for Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Diet Coke.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Qatar to build sugar refinery to avoid boycott disruptions: sources

    LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar is building a sugar refinery in a bid to avoid supply disruptions after neighbouring Gulf Arab states severed economic and political ties with Doha more than a year ago, sources say. In normal trading conditions, building a refinery in Qatar would make little commercial sense because of depressed sugar prices, surplus world stocks and the presence of regional refineries that could provide supplies, the sources said. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt severed ties with Qatar in June 2017, accusing it of fomenting regional unrest, supporting terrorism and getting too close to Iran.

  • Cadbury's Dairy Milk to offer low-sugar version
    BBC Newslast month

    Cadbury's Dairy Milk to offer low-sugar version

    A new version of the famous bar will have almost a third less sugar, the owner of Cadbury announces

  • Reuterslast month

    India raises 2018/19 sugar cane floor price by 7.84 percent - minister

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian cabinet has approved raising the price that sugar mills must pay for cane in the next season beginning Oct. 1, to 275 rupees ($4.01) per 100 kg, up from 255 rupees a year earlier, ...

  • Reuterslast month

    India's sugar stockpile to double on record output: trade body

    Sugar stocks in India are likely to more than double by the end of the current marketing year as the world's biggest producer of the sweetener struggles to export a surplus, a leading trade body said on Tuesday. The rise will weigh on local prices, potentially pushing the country to try to ship more sugar overseas, which ccould drag on global prices that have already fallen 16 percent this year. The country is likely to end the marketing season on Sept. 30 with inventory of 10 million tonnes, compared with 3.87 million tonnes a year ago, the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) said.

  • Reuterslast month

    Informa's AI sees global sugar surplus in 2018/19

    LONDON (Reuters) - Informa's Agribusiness Intelligence said on Tuesday it sees a global sugar surplus of 7.2 million tonnes in 2018/19, down marginally from a surplus of 7.3 million in 2017/18. "The ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    France's Tereos signs sugar transport, warehouse deal with Brazil's VLI

    Tereos signed a 30-year deal for Brazilian logistic firm VLI to transport 1 million tonnes a year of the French producer's raw sugar, and the two companies also agreed to invest in two new warehouses in Brazil's Sao Paulo state, they said. The deal gives Tereos, the world's second-largest sugar maker, a rail link to the port from its inland production centre in the world's top sugar producer and exporter Brazil. Under the agreement, Tereos will invest 145 million reais ($38 million) and VLI will invest 60 million reais over two years, the companies said in a joint statement.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    France's Tereos signs sugar transport, warehouse deal with Brazil's VLI

    Tereos signed a 30-year deal for Brazilian logistic firm VLI to transport 1 million tonnes a year of the French producer's raw sugar, and the two companies also agreed to invest in two new warehouses in Brazil's Sao Paulo state, they said. The deal gives Tereos, the world's second-largest sugar maker, a rail link to the port from its inland production centre in the world's top sugar producer and exporter Brazil. Under the agreement, Tereos will invest 145 million reais ($38 million) and VLI will invest 60 million reais over two years, the companies said in a joint statement.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    The U.S. spends $4 billion a year subsidizing ‘Stalinist-style’ domestic sugar production

    On average, U.S. sugar prices are about twice as high as world pricesJoe Raedle/Getty ImageHarvesting sugar cane in Florida. A sugar refining facility is in the background. The U.S. sugar program is a Stalinist-style supply control initiative that limits imports through quotas and domestic production through what are called marketing allotments.

  • Where Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Industries Limited’s (NSE:DALMIASUG) Earnings Growth Stands Against Its Industry
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Where Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Industries Limited’s (NSE:DALMIASUG) Earnings Growth Stands Against Its Industry

    Assessing Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Industries Limited’s (NSE:DALMIASUG) performance as a company requires looking at more than just a years’ earnings data. Below, I will run you through a simpleRead More...

  • Are sugar worries weighing on Frappuccino sales?
    Associated Press2 months ago

    Are sugar worries weighing on Frappuccino sales?

    NEW YORK (AP) — Frappuccino sales are struggling, and concerns about how much sugar the slushy drinks contain may be among the reasons.

  • Sugar poised for two surplus years after 'enormous' output from India, Thailand
    Reuters2 months ago

    Sugar poised for two surplus years after 'enormous' output from India, Thailand

    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.

  • Sugar poised for two surplus years after 'enormous' output from India, Thailand
    Reuters2 months ago

    Sugar poised for two surplus years after 'enormous' output from India, Thailand

    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.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Bunge in talks with traders to sell 300,000 tonnes of raw sugar

    U.S.-based food processor Bunge Ltd is in talks with major sugar traders looking for the best terms to sell around 300,000 tonnes of raw sugar to be produced by its Brazilian unit as part of the 2018-19 crop, a Bunge executive told Reuters on Monday. Bunge announced earlier this year that it was closing its global sugar trading desk. Geovane Dilkin Consul, vice president for sugar and bioenergy at Bunge South America, told Reuters that in the past the Brazilian sugar unit used to deliver 70 percent of its sugar to international traders, with around 30 percent remaining the charge of Bunge's sugar trading desk.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Copersucar sees smaller Brazil crop, better outlook for sugar prices

    Brazil's Copersucar, the world's largest sugar and ethanol seller, expects smaller sugar production in the Brazilian center-south region in the current season due to ageing cane fields and drier weather and sees a more positive outlook for sugar prices. Copersucar expects total sugar production in the center-south in 2018/19 to be 28 million tonnes versus 36 million tonnes in the previous crop, company Chief Executive Paulo Roberto de Souza told reporters.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Copersucar sees smaller Brazil crop, better outlook for sugar market

    Brazil's Copersucar, the world's largest sugar merchant, expects a smaller Brazilian center-south sugar production in the current season due to ageing cane fields and drier weather and sees a more positive ...

  • Indian mills slash sugar exports as local prices rally
    Reuters2 months ago

    Indian mills slash sugar exports as local prices rally

    India is likely to export around 500,000 tonnes or just a quarter of the volume mandated by the government for overseas sales in 2017/18 amid higher prices at home, industry officials told Reuters. Lower shipments from the world's second-biggest sugar producer could support global prices, but would increase India's opening stocks for the next marketing season when output is expected to surge to a record. "Mills are not interested in exports as they are getting higher prices in the local market," said Abinash Verma, director general of the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA), a producers' body.

  • Indian mills slash sugar exports as local prices rally
    Reuters2 months ago

    Indian mills slash sugar exports as local prices rally

    India is likely to export around 500,000 tonnes or just a quarter of the volume mandated by the government for overseas sales in 2017/18 amid higher prices at home, industry officials told Reuters. Lower shipments from the world's second-biggest sugar producer could support global prices, but would increase India's opening stocks for the next marketing season when output is expected to surge to a record. "Mills are not interested in exports as they are getting higher prices in the local market," said Abinash Verma, director general of the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA), a producers' body.

  • Children in England consuming 'twice as much sugar as recommended'
    BBC News2 months ago

    Children in England consuming 'twice as much sugar as recommended'

    Youngsters in England have consumed their recommended 2018 sugar allowance before the end of June.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Cuba hopes to avoid importing sugar; will reduce future exports

    Cuba, short on sugar for domestic consumption after a disastrous harvest, hopes to avoid importing by drawing on its reserves and plans to begin the coming harvest early, industry officials told Reuters. The Caribbean island, where sugar once was synonymous with its name, produced 1.9 million tonnes of raw sugar last year and exported 1.1 million tonnes, according to the International Sugar Organization. Based on provincial media reports and sources, Reuters estimates the recently concluded harvest came in at around 1.1 million tonnes of raw sugar, similar to more than a century ago.

  • Fortune2 months ago

    American Toddlers Are Consuming an Alarming Amount of Sugar

    Consuming large amounts of sugar in childhood sets kids up for bad eating habits in adulthood, researchers say.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    France's Tereos considers finding partner in tough sugar market

    France's Tereos, faced with historically low world sugar prices, is considering offering a stake to an international partner, as the group seeks to build markets abroad, it said on Tuesday. The new partner was unlikely to be French or a cooperative, and would not necessarily be another sugar group, Chief Executive Alexis Duval told Reuters before announcing results. Tereos, which became the world's second-largest sugar maker last season as it boosted output after the end of European Union quotas last year, is facing a steep fall in sugar prices due to oversupply.