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Hedge funds, for the first time in nearly two months, returned to taking a more downbeat view on agricultural commodities, led by declining sentiment on soybeans and a "huge" swing bearish in positioning on cotton.

Read more: Cotton, soy lead hedge fund return to bearish positioning on ags

Gold traded steady as the dollar fell from a five-year high, boosting demand for the metal as an alternative investment.

Read more: Gold Trades Little Changed as Dollar Falls From Five-Year High

Crude oil futures fell in the run-up to this week’s OPEC meeting as traders weighed prospects for the first cut in production quotas since 2008.

Read more: Crude Oil Futures Decline Before OPEC Meeting in Vienna

Coffee output in Brazil, the top producing country, may not have fallen as far as thought this year, US officials said, with the harvest in third-ranked grower Colombia beating earlier expectations too.

Read more: Brazil coffee crop 'better than initially thought'

Soybeans fell for the first time in three days as investors awaited a U.S. government report on the harvest progress and Brazil received widespread rain over the weekend.

Read more: Soybeans Decline on Outlook for Record U.S. Crop, Brazil Rains

The days when OPEC members could all but guarantee consensus when deciding production levels for oil are long gone, according to a veteran of almost two decades of the group’s meetings.

Read more: OPEC's Easy Days Setting Oil Production Are Over, Veteran Says; You Need Russia, Norway, Mexico

US ag officials ditched expectations of fifth successive rise in world sugar stocks, cutting forecasts for output in all but one of the big five producers, with volumes from Brazil downgraded to a six-year low.

Read more: US ditches forecast for rising world sugar stocks

West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes rose after China, the world’s second-largest oil-consuming country, cut interest rates to bolster its economy.

Read more: Crude Rises as China Rate Cut Spurs Optimism About Demand

 
 
 
 
 

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