9/12/2018

TODAY IN ENERGY: The United States is now the largest global crude oil producer

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TODAY IN ENERGY: Wednesday, September 12, 2018

The United States is now the largest global crude oil producer

The United States likely surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia to become the world's largest crude oil producer earlier this year, based on preliminary estimates in EIA's Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO). In February, U.S. crude oil production exceeded that of Saudi Arabia for the first time in more than two decades. In June and August, the United States surpassed Russia in crude oil production for the first time since February 1999.

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Brazil - IBGE raises 2018/19 coffee output estimate to 57.4 mln bags

9/10/2018

SOLD 1 CL FOP Nov'18 70 CALL @ 1.2

 

NQ delta is -22 now, Theta 220

 

 

Sld 1 NQ 710/7750 short strangle @ 55, expiry 18 day´s

 

SOLD 1 NQ FOP Sep14'18 7300 PUT @ 23 against short NQ

 

 

SOLD 1 NQ FOP Sep14'18 7500 CALL @ 31

 

 

ICO report shows lowest prices since 2013

India - Coffee Board sees 2018/19 crop loss of 1.4 mln bags

Uganda - Coffee exports fall 8% in July 2018

International - Certified arabica stocks rise above 2.2 mln bags

International - Tenderable robusta stocks rise to 1.243 mln bags

Brazilian Robusta exports grow more than 500 per cent

Coffee prices in August fall to 57-month low

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3/07/2018

Sugar news alert: Sugar futures ease as India output forecast hiked,boosting export talk

 

Sugar news alert

Wednesday:07 March 2018

Sugar futures ease, as India output forecast hiked, boosting export ideas

The Indian Sugar Mills Association lifts substantially its forecast for India's sugar output, spurring talk of the country's return to net exports

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3/03/2018

SOFTS-NY cocoa climbs to 14-month high, raw sugar edges up https://af.reuters.com/article/commoditiesNews/idAFL8N1QK3CK

Coffee Crop

Deep in Brazil's Mountains, a Coffee Boom Is Ready to Take Hold https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-02/deep-in-brazil-s-mountains-a-coffee-boom-is-ready-to-take-hold

3/01/2018

#COFFEE EXPORTATIONS IN 2017/18 CONTINUE TO MOVE AT A SLOW PACE

Cepea, February 16, 2018 – Green coffee shipments started 2018 at a slow pace and may continue slow throughout this 2017/18 season. This scenario has been observed since 2017, because of refrained sellers, low supply in Brazil and the low interest of purchasers, who may wait for the beginning of the 2018/19 national crop to buy higher volumes. Besides the positive biennial cycle for arabica next crop, good weather conditions have helped the grains filling process for both varieties, arabica and robusta, and crops renewal, mainly for robusta, which may allow a large crop this year.

DESPITE THE OFF-SEASON PERIOD, QUOTES DROP IN BRAZIL #sugar

According to the last report released by Unica (Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association), in the current crop (until Feb. 1, 2018), mills from central-southern BR have produced 35.831 million tons of sugar. If forecasts are confirmed, sugar production will decrease by 4 – 5 million tons in the 2018/19 crop.



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2/23/2018

Brazilian farmers hold out for higher #coffee prices

Brazilian coffee farmers see current prices as insufficient to cover costs and have no intention of selling at the moment, despite a looming record crop, producers and market experts told Reuters.
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Short coffee?

Short coffee

Among soft commodities, arabica coffee futures rediscovered forward gears, rebounding 1.7% to 120.90 cents a pound for May delivery, for the first positive session in five.

Headway was helped by a stronger real, which gained 0.6% against the dollar, so boosting the value of assets in which Brazil is a major trading force.

Furthermore, bulls were encouraged by data showing a jump in open interest on Wednesday of 7,519 contracts to 230,077 contracts – fresh positions which, in a falling market, would appear to be short bets.

This provoked ideas of something of an overhang of short coffee bets, with many taken out at low prices, making them vulnerable to any rise in prices.

Brazil’s Cooxupé, the world’s largest coffee growers’ co-operative of coffee farmers, forecast that its exports of the bean will grow by 8% to 4.4m bags in 2018, bolstered by rising production.

Cooxupé’s chief executive, Carlos Paulino da Costa, told Reuters that the co-operative was expecting deliveries of 6m bags of coffee from its farmers in 2018, up from 4.7m bags last year.

Associated farmers’ total output, including coffee sold elsewhere, will reach 8.4m bags, up from 6.7m bags in 2017.

2/16/2018

2/09/2018

#Crypto mining projected y-o-y return @ HashFlare, weekly update

Profitability is off sharply from last week (2/2/2018)

TODAY IN ENERGY: U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions expected to rise slightly in 2018, remain flat in 2019

 

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TODAY IN ENERGY: Thursday, February 8, 2018

U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions expected to rise slightly in 2018, remain flat in 2019

EIA estimates that U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions declined by 861 million metric tons (14%) from 2005 to 2017. In the latest Short-Term Energy Outlook, EIA projects that CO2 emissions will rise 1.8%, from 5,143 million metric tons in 2017 to 5,237 million metric tons in 2018, then remain virtually unchanged in 2019. In 2019, energy-related CO2 emissions will be about 13% lower than 2005 levels.

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BOUGHT 100 $VXX @ 51

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SOLD 100 $VXX @ 52.0911

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1/17/2018

SOLD some RIOT and HMNY put´s

Now full of Blockchain´s naked put´s. Finally decent IV to sell, between 110-210%.
OSTK, KODK, RIOT and HMNY

SOLD 1 SB FOP May'18 0.13 PUT @ 0.003

Now I sit and wait with #Sugar, burning Theta.


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