Cocoa Prices Declined By 0.78% to $2,304 per MT on Forecasts of Weak Indonesian Output

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Tuesday, July 24, 2018 / 7:15 PM /FDC 

Tensions between US and Iran took a turn for the worse yesterday after Trump and Rouhani embarked on a “twitter battle”. Analysts are projecting a sharp increase in Brent oil prices if both parties follow through with their threats.

Kolanut, a commodity known for its ceremonial consumption in the South, has a huge untapped potential in Nigeria. However, the side effects of this commodity, which include insomnia, cannot be ignored.

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