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Sugar #11 Oct 21 (SB=F)

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18.66+0.05 (+0.27%)
As of 12:59PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2021-09-30
Open18.40
Bid18.63
Last Price18.61
Day's Range18.10 - 18.69
Volume0
Ask18.65
  • Sugar, Coffee Slip from Multiyear Highs as Frost Fears Ease
    Bloomberg

    Sugar, Coffee Slip from Multiyear Highs as Frost Fears Ease

    (Bloomberg) -- Raw sugar futures slid and coffee dropped on easing concerns of frost damage to crops in top shipper Brazil.Brazil’s key growing regions for sugar, coffee and oranges are expected to see freezing temperatures on Friday and Saturday. However, current forecasts show the cold front will be preceded by a cloud cover, steering it toward the ocean, according to Michael McDougall, managing director at Paragon Global Markets.“This, at the present time, will mean the front will be less dam

  • Dubai Sugar Giant Gets Go Ahead to Build Beet Factory in Spain
    Bloomberg

    Dubai Sugar Giant Gets Go Ahead to Build Beet Factory in Spain

    (Bloomberg) -- Dubai’s Al Khaleej Sugar Co., owner of the world’s largest port-based sugar refinery, received the green light to build a factory in Spain, extending its reach beyond the Middle East and North Africa.The company plans to start construction of the plant in Merida next year, said Managing Director Jamal Al Ghurair. The agreement between its subsidiary Iberica Sugar Co. and Spanish authorities was signed on Friday, he said.The move comes as Al Khaleej seeks to expand to sugar-beet pr

  • Beet it: why Britain's sugar industry is not so sweet
    The Telegraph

    Beet it: why Britain's sugar industry is not so sweet

    It is already a symbol of Britain’s old imperial reach, a scourge of public heath officials and a flashpoint for campaigners against the nanny state. But sugar has now found a new role in the modern UK - as a battleground for post-Brexit national ambition amid a tussle between domestic suppliers and foreign imports. At the heart of the war are two companies, British Sugar and Tate & Lyle Sugars, fighting to secure a bigger share of the market now that Britain has left the European Union. British