As with the Treasury market, not much was said about equities other than the speculation as to how the retail sector would do on Thanksgiving and then again on "Black Friday" when shoppers went "wild."
Futures closed mostly lower on China demand worries as traders waited for word on the potential Chinese sales from government reserves. China could delay the announcement and that would create new import interest there.
Sugar was mostly a little higher yesterday, but March was lower. Traders remain bearish on ideas of big supplies available to the cash market, and chart trends remain generally down as offers remain available.
Coffee was a little lower in all markets. Industry and producers appeared to be quiet, but both are watching carefully for signs of a confirmed low. Vietnam is at harvest, but rains are big there right now.