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  Glencore Plc, the commodity trader and metals producer run by billionaire Ivan Glasenberg, reported profit that beat estimates as oil and agricultural trading helped it weather a rout in resource prices.

Read more: Glencore Profit Tops Estimates on Oil, Ag Trading

World cotton prices will fall further next season, to their lowest since 2006-07, despite some erosion in world stocks, Australian farm officials said, holding out little hope wither of a recovery in sugar values.

Read more: Cotton price to fall to nine-year low next season

Hedge funds, after a one-week break, resumed their bearish trend of positioning on agricultural commodities, with grains and sugar taking the brunt of the selling.

Read more: Hedge funds resume bearish swing in ag bets

Investors have got in wrong in lifting soybean prices, and punishing so severely futures in coffee, sugar and wheat, Rabobank said, foreseeing values of arabica beans poised to return near to 200 cents a pound.

Read more: Coffee, sugar, wheat better bets than soybeans - Rabobank

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — West Texas Intermediate crude-oil edged higher Tuesday on the back of a rally among petroleum products, while prices for Brent crude got a lift developments in Libya raised concerns about global oil supplies.

Read more: WTI oil ticks higher, while Brent rallies on Libya

Judging by the barometer of hedge-fund interest, there’s less to get excited about in gold these days.

Read more: Gold Fever Fades as $4 Billion Erased From Funds

It’s raining in Brazil, and the coffee bulls are running for cover.

Read more: Hedge Funds Flee Coffee at Fastest Pace in a Year

Wheat futures may be poised for a short-term bounce, amid uncertainty of how northern hemisphere crops fared over the winter, but prospects for cotton and sugar prices are less appealing.

Read more: Wheat prices may see revival - but not cotton, sugar

 
 
 
 
 

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