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|Day's range||499.00 - 513.00|
|52-week range||446.99 - 2,970.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.72|
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Deliveries of raw sugar on the expiry of the July contract on ICE U.S. exchange reached 9,904 lots, or around 503,000 tonnes, according to official data released on Friday by the exchange. The ICE data is only 7 contracts larger than the numbers circulated among traders on Thursday, when they saw the delivery reaching 9,897 contracts, or a little more than 502,000 tonnes. Louis Dreyfus Company was said to be the largest receiver of that sugar with 5,128 lots, or around 260,000 tonnes, according to the traders, while commodities trader Viterra was seen as the largest deliverer with 4,528 lots, or 230,000 tonnes.
Deliveries of raw sugar on the expiry of the July contract on ICE U.S. exchange were seen at 9,897 lots, or around 502,000 tonnes, historically not very large, according to preliminary information from traders on Thursday. Louis Dreyfus Company was said to be the largest receiver of that sugar with 5,128 lots, or around 260,000 tonnes, while commodities trader Viterra was seen as the largest deliverer with 4,528 lots, or 230,000 tonnes. Brazil's Raizen and Asian trader Wilmar International were also seen as receivers of smaller amounts of sugar.