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By Jack Scoville | June 2, 2015
By Jack Scoville | May 21, 2015
By Jack Scoville | February 24, 2015
Orange juice futures were sharply lower on follow-through selling as temperatures hold above freezing in Florida production areas.
By Jack Scoville | February 19, 2015
U.S. farmers are not excited about selling at current levels, and U.S. planted area is likely to decline this year due to the cheap prices.
By Jack Scoville | February 12, 2015
Production is down from previous years, but more than enough due to weaker domestic demand.
By Jack Scoville | February 5, 2015
Reports indicate that there is plenty of sugar in the market for now, and a lot of sugar that still must be sold.
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 Jack Scoville | May 29, 2014
Cotton, coffee, cocoa, and more are affected by an improved weather situation in the U.S.
By Shawn Hackett | February 3, 2014
Coffee is the market with the greatest potential production shortfall impact with orange juice second and sugar a distant third.
By Jack Scoville | February 3, 2014
Cotton closed a little lower on some speculative long liquidation to finish the week. Prices overall have been supported by very good demand as export sales have been well above 400,000 bales for the last couple of weeks.