Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Money managers were net short cocoa in London by 5,061 futures contract as of Nov. 22, down from 7,744 contracts a week earlier, according to NYSE Liffe.
Money managers were net short in feed wheat and robusta coffee and net long on white, or refined, sugar, according to figures on the exchange’s website today. Net short is a bet on lower prices and net long is for higher prices.
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