Sugar No. 11 Market Information - ICE Futures U.S. Exchange
IntercontinentalExchange® (ICE®) became the center of global trading in "soft " commodities
with its acquisition of the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) in 2007. Now known as ICE Futures U.S®, the exchange offers
futures and options on futures on soft commodities include coffee, cocoa, frozen concentrated orange juice, sugar and cotton.
Sugar futures have traded in New York
since 1914, beginning with the predecessors of ICE Futures U.S.: the Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange and the New York Board
of Trade. Options on sugar futures were introduced in 1982. Futures and options on futures have been used by the global sugar
industry to price and hedge transactions. In addition, sugar's role in ethanol production increasingly make it both an energy
and food commodity, and no exchange is positioned better to take advantage of this dual role than ICE Futures U.S. Finally,
the deep and liquid nature of the sugar market has made it a favorite of commodity trading advisors and hedge funds.
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