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Daily Sugar Price – 20th November 2019

Wednesday, 20 November 2019

The July 2019 contract settled at: 12.69 US c/lb

The Australian Dollar currently trades at: 68.28 US cents

Forward indicative prices in Australian dollars are:

*$406 for March Contract – 2019 season

$407for 2019 season

$426 for 2020 season

$438 for 2021 season

$439 for 2022 season

(The 2019 Target Price Contract reflects a whole-of-season weighted average in a 5:1 ratio across the remaining contracts.

For Growers who have chosen to roll 2019 – Season exposure, QSL will gross up their target price to be inclusive of roll costs incurred currently $17.98.)

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Information sourced from QSL.

Daily Sugar Price – 18th September 2019

Wednesday, 18 September 2019

The July 2019 contract settled at: 10.94 US c/lb

The Australian Dollar currently trades at: 68.66 US cents

Forward indicative prices in Australian dollars are:

*$348 for October Contract – 2019 season

$366 for 2019 season

$407 for 2020 season

$421 for 2021 season

$422 for 2022 season

Proudly brought to you by Kalagro Limited.
Information sourced from QSL.