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By Morgane Lapeyre, Bloomberg | January 15, 2015
By Jack Scoville | November 20, 2014
Cotton futures closed lower. Trends remain down overall due to a stronger dollar and on fears of world economic growth.
By Jack Scoville | November 13, 2014
OJ futures closed lower. Cold weather has hit much of the U.S. and has reminded many speculators that winter is not that far away.
By Marvin G. Perez and Luzi Ann Javier, Bloomberg | October 23, 2014
Jacques Torres is betting Americans simply can’t kick their chocolate habit even after the price of cocoa surged to the highest in three years.
By Jack Scoville | August 28, 2014
Cotton demand remains a problem for U.S. sellers as the biggest U.S. customer has not been doing much, although the overall sales pace for the new crop has been strong.
By Phil Flynn | August 19, 2014
Reports that ISIS lost control of the country's largest dam in Mosul were welcome by bearish oil traders.
By Jack Scoville | August 5, 2014
The markets turned sharply lower in early trading, with the big selling starting in London. What's next for coffee?
By John Caiazzo | July 28, 2014
A look at the main moves from last week in the major markets.
By Morgane Lapeyre, Bloomberg | July 10, 2014
Cocoa fell to the lowest in more than a month in London after bean processing in Europe, the biggest consuming region, trailed market expectations in the second quarter.
By Tolani Awere, Bloomberg | July 9, 2014
The smaller of two annual harvests is still progressing with few signs of damage from disease or bad weather.