Following Orange Juice
news is the key to trading fundamentally. Below you can find links to articles in the news that
discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of Orange Juice on the CME. Before
you start investing in the orange juice commodities market you should do your own research.
1. Bloomberg “Orange-Juice Futures Post Longest Slump in 12 Months” June 26, 2014
Orange-juice futures fell, capping the longest slump in a year, on speculation that the
decline in U.S. demand is outpacing lower supplies from Florida, the world’s second-biggest citrus grower.
2. Bloomberg “Orange Juice Surges as
Florida Crop Seen at 29-Year Low” April 9, 2014
futures rose to a two-year high after the U.S. Department of Agriculture said that the crop in Florida, the world’s
second-largest grower, will shrink to the lowest since 1985 amid crop disease.
"Orange-Juice Futures Gain on Florida Frost Concern" January 16, 2013
Orange-juice futures gained the most in
more than a month on speculation that unusually cold weather may harm groves in Florida, the world’s second-largest
4. Bloomberg.com "Brazil Orange Sales to EU Halted After Fungus Found" November 12, 2012
Orange shipments from Brazil
to the European Union were suspended after EU officials found samples with black spot fungus, a Brazilian government official
5. Bloomberg.com "Orange Juice Posts Longest Rally in 12 Months; Cotton Declines" September
Orange Juice rose, capping the longest
rally in almost year, on speculation that storms may threaten crops in Florida, the world’s second-largest citrus grower.
6. Bloomberg.com "Orange-Juice
Futures Extend Slump on Weak Demand" April 11, 2012
futures tumbled to a 19-month low on speculation that citrus crops in Florida face no weather threat until the start of the
hurricane season in June, leaving ample supply as U.S. demand slows.
7. Bloomberg.com “Orange Juice Declines on FDA
Test Indications” February 3, 2012
Orange-juice futures fell, capping the biggest weekly drop since September, as tests by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
for a banned fungicide in some domestic supplies indicated no health risk.
8. Bloomberg.com "Orange
Juice Heads for Biggest Month Since 2009; Cotton Rallies" January 19, 2012
Orange-juice futures rose, heading for the
biggest monthly gain in more than two years, on mounting concern that U.S. supplies will be limited by a government probe
of imports. Futures for March delivery rose 4.1 percent to $1.99 a pound at 10:53 a.m. on ICE.