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Archive for August, 2015

Coffee speculators get burned

Data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) regulator showed that managed money, a proxy for speculators, moved net long in New York-traded arabica futures and options over the week to August 18.

A net long means that the number of long positions, which benefit when prices rise, outnumbered short bets, which profit when prices fall, indicating bullish sentiment from speculators.

Clouds ease over German wheat, French corn crops

Two of the larger blots on Europe’s grain production picture faded a little when Germany revealed its wheat harvest had fallen less far than investors had expected, while the French corn crop showed rare, if marginal, improvement.

German farmers produced 26.38m tonnes of wheat this year, farm ministry data showed – a drop of 1.41m tonnes, but a far smaller decline than analysts had been expecting.

Brazil soy sowings to set record after all – but doubts over yield

The forthcoming Brazilian soybean sowings season will defy earlier caution by seeing a ninth successive season of increase – although yield potential “could be compromised”.

The International Grains Council said forecast a rise of 3% in Brazil’s soybean area, on a harvested basis, for 2015-16, taking it to a fresh record high of 33m hectares.


U.S. soybeans fell on Wednesday on concern that Tuesday’s interest rate cuts may not be enough to stimulate growth in China, the world’s largest soybean importer. Corn and wheat rose, rebounding from losses on Tuesday. Soybean futures dropped to their lowest in over six years on Monday on worries about import demand as China’s economy falters, but rose in bargain-buying on Tuesday after China cut interest rates to spur growth. “We had seen a recovery on Tuesday after the Chinese government’s interest rate moves,

Forward segment at NCDEX shows improved growth in July

The forwards segment on National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), the leading commodity exchange in India, has shown improved growth in July 2015 with 1044 tonnes of agricultural commodities traded. Additionally, 12 kg of gold was traded in the recently launched Gold Now forwards segment of the exchange.

NCDEX launches mobile app for investors

National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange Ltd (NCDEX) today launched a mobile app to give anytime, anywhere access to prices and market information about commodities traded on it.

The online commodity exchange has partnered with Trakinvest, a Singapore based financial technology firm, to develop this app. It will give users access to prices, news, updates, market data and analysis for commodities, NCDEX said in a statement here.


 Jeera prices nose dived yesterday from the high of 18050 and later closed the day at 17700 levels. If prices breaks the support of 17660, expect to see lower correction towards 17500 followed by 17250 levels for the day. Moreover, daily RSI (14) is treading lower, expect to see a lower corrective selloffs. But major correction would likely to happen on trading below 45 day EMA support at 17100 regions. However, failure to break the support of 17660 could see pullbacks to 17900 levels. Hence, we recommend to sell below 17660 levels for the day.




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