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The market saw another dip lower yesterday before recovering to settle marginally higher as the upside momentum was maintained. The market had opened 4 points firmer before immediately dropping lower losing another 22 points over the next 40 minutes. Good support noted at prices approached 14.50 which brought in some light fresh trade buying which buoyed prices slightly. Better gains were seen during the afternoon as prices pushed into the plus column and back to opening levels. However, prices fell away again to register the lows for the day before another bout of speculative buying saw new highs for the day being hit before the close. The HK ended 2 points lower at +20 while the KN lost 4 points ending at +9. In London the HK ending slightly lower at +6.30 as was the KQ ending the day at +5.40. The market continued to consolidate after hitting multi-year highs on Tuesday. The bulls will see it as a constructive close with the market readying itself for another test of the highs.
The market continues to be underpinned by lower global production with major drops expected in India and Thailand. Other major producers have also seen production levels drop including the USA. Unseasonal freezing weather hit their beet crop hard and has meant total sugar production is expected to drop from 7.20 million tonnes in 2018/19 to 6.85 million tonnes in the current 2019/20 season their lowest output for nine years. This has forced the USTR to reallocate unused quota for importing raw sugar. 78,071 tonnes of raw sugar has been reallocated which is likely to be imported from Dominican Republic, Brazil and Australia. It is likely the quotas will be adjusted further. US supplies have tightened further due to a drought in Mexico.
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