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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 Andrew Wilkinson | February 24, 2015
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 | 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 Tiho Brkan | August 13, 2014
Agricultural prices have been bashed, smashed and trashed very hard over the last several months.
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 Phil Flynn | July 24, 2014
The EIA reported that crude inventories fell by almost 4 million barrels as refiners ran wild and gasoline demand seemed to pull back.
By Jack Scoville | May 29, 2014
Cotton, coffee, cocoa, and more are affected by an improved weather situation in the U.S.