Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Money managers turned net-short, or betting on lower prices, in cocoa as of Feb. 14, according to data from NYSE Liffe.
They were net short by 2,375 futures and options, compared with a net-long of 1,774 a week earlier, according to the data on NYSE Liffe’s website. Money managers were net short in feed wheat and net long in robusta coffee and white sugar. They had been net short robusta coffee, Liffe said last week.
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