Senior News Analyst
Sandra Boga has over 10 years of commodities reporting experience. She joined Informa in 2013, after spending 5 years as a senior reporter in the steel commodities sector based both in London and São Paulo.
Her specialist area at IEG Vu is currently the cocoa market, however, other areas of expertise include sugar, coffee and grains. Sandra created the template for Market Reports across the grains, oilseeds and softs sectors at IEG Vu, which cover price analysis, supply, demand and outlooks.
Sandra regularly covers key global events across Europe, Latin America and Asia, providing in-depth, extensive coverage and live tweets for her followers. She is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.
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Latest From Sandra Boga
Cocoa prices rallied sharply on Friday (January 17) with New York cocoa at a 20-month high and London cocoa at a 6-week high.
The March arabica coffee contract settled down 0.80¢ at 112.15¢ per lb, in dealings between a two-month low of 111.35 and 113.40¢.
Raw sugar futures in New York ended the final session of the week with fractional gains as the most-active March contract ended up two points at 14.45¢/lb, in dealings between 14.34 and 14.50¢.
Guatemalan sugar output slipped in weekly volumes while El Salvador saw volumes rise.
India produced 26% less sugar year-on-year data showed from the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) showed.
The 2019/20 Thai sugar crushing season quickly re-accelerated after the end of year recess but the daily crushing amounts of 1.15-1.2 million tonnes remained below the 1.25 mln tonnes crushed in the same period a year ago, outlined sister title FO Licht.