Sugar Prices Up By 0.8% Owing To Weather Concerns In India


Friday, June 28, 2019 10:00AM /by FDC Ltd


Brent is currently trading at $66.26pb, which is 5.7% lower than the average price in May. Oil price volatility will remain higher than expected until global growth alignment is streamlined at the G-20 meeting and the response of OPEC at its bi-annual meeting in July.

Meanwhile Nigeria will continue enjoying a mini windfall until the dust settles.

The attached slides addresses these and other issues in the domestic and global commodity markets.

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