NY sugar, coffee and cocoa rally to end above 2 pct | Reuters
ICE raw sugar futures rose 2.7 percent on Tuesday, posting the highest close in more than two months on a lift from the soaring crude oil market, while arabica coffee rallied to its highest since May 18. U.S. cocoa futures also climbed, settling at a two-month high as the softs complex rose on the coattails of the rallying commodity complex on expectations that major central banks will act to bolster the world economy.
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