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World sugar prices have grown up to a maximum

World sugar prices rose on Friday, 16 September to 3,8% - up to $ 0,21 per pound, or $ 0,43 per kilogram, according to Financial Times. This is the highest rate in nearly four years.

Investors have been actively buying up sugar after the largest sugar producer, Brazil, has issued fewer crops than forecast, says FT.

In addition, RNS reports, sugar prices began to rise after Dutch bank Rabobank revised its forecast for the deficit for 2016-2017 fingod, according to which the sugar deficit is expected to be at 7,9 million tons, whereas earlier the bank was talking about 5,5 million tons.

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