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Bullish tops, bearish bottoms: How long can the sugar rush last?

The market is never as bullish as at its tops, nor as bearish as at its bottoms. The first part of this trading adage is particularly pertinent to the state of play in the sugar market. On Friday, September 16, ICE Sugar No.11, the raw sugar futures benchmark, began the day in unremarkable fashion. The […] The post Bullish tops, bearish bottoms: How long can the sugar rush last? appeared first on The Barrel Blog.
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