The collapse of premium soy in the Brazilian market could also hit the U.S.’s ability to ship to other nations.
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India produced a record 32.4 million tons of sugar last season, helping send the global surplus to an all-time high.
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The average daily volume in CME’s agricultural contracts rose 13 percent to about 1.56 million contracts in the year.