Brazil’s Dry Spell Affects Coffee and Sugar Prices

In the commodity space, Brazil is one of the major players in global agricultural production . Roughly 20% of the Brazilian workforce is engaged in agriculture, and more than a quarter of the country’s export earnings come from agricultural exports. Because of its dominance in the market, however, any shift in local crop conditions and climate can have significant impact on agricultural prices [for more agriculture news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Which Sugar ETF Is Right For You? SGG vs. SGAR vs. CANE The Five Minute Guide To Sugar ETFs Complete List Of New 2011 Commodity ETFs The 5 Worst Commodities of 2012 Soft Commodity ETFs Suffer A Slaughter
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