From brecorder.com Arabica coffee futures on ICE climbed to the
Raw sugar futures on ICE rose on Monday, with the market boosted by the prospect of poor crops in several countries including Thailand, while coffee and cocoa prices were lower.
Since bottoming in early February, coffee futures prices on the ICE have risen by some 24%. This is in utter contrast to recent performances for other soft commodities in recent weeks, including sugar (down 13%), cocoa (down 10%) and cotton (down 14%).
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