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Smaller than expected Brazilian production in second-half September (down 8.9% on first half) helped raw futures off last week’s late lows.
News that the third quarter 2017 European grind rose 3% to a record for the period (and the best quarter since early 2011) gave cocoa prices a strong lift from mid-week onwards.
Coffee saw a two-way trade this week, prices struggling after early gains in the Arabica market amid a mixed bag of supply news.
Latest USDA/WASDE forecasts failed to much move the Winnipeg or Paris canola markets – global output trimmed slightly on lower US and Australian crop estimates versus small gains for EU and Russian harvests.
A much flatter than expected ‘seasonal peak’ period for Malaysian production has continued to lend support to palm oil.
Sticking with a record, near 120.6 million tonne US crop estimate, the latest USDA/WASDE confirmed trade expectations, if surprising most analysts with a trimmed yield forecast versus its raised estimate for planted and harvested acreage.