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ICE cocoa futures continued to rise on Friday (July 28), extending the sharp gains seen on Thursday.
The cocoa market lost ground during the week, falling USD32, to USD1912 a tonne.
ICE Sugar futures suffered modest losses during the week ended July 26. The front-month October contract declined roughly a quarter of a cent to 14.23¢.
The coffee market could be headed higher after boca worms were spotted in Brazilian coffee fields.
During the past week, the most-active December contract lost 10.25¢ to fall to USD3.86 a bushel; as the market hangs around the lower end of its recently-established range.
During the week ended July 26, the dominant soy November contract lost 12.25¢ to hit the USD10 a bushel mark.