By Jessica Abrahams and Joe Richter, Bloomberg |
August 17, 2012
Cocoa rose the most in three weeks in New York on speculation that dry weather will cut output in Ghana, the world’s top grower after Ivory Coast. Sugar, cotton, coffee and orange juice also climbed.
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