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S&P indicator set for first fall since 2008 with bumper harvests and inventories

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Abundance: World production of corn, coffee, wheat and soya beans will be bigger than estimated, the US Department of Agriculture said. - PHOTO: BLOOMBERG

[CHICAGO] Speculators have gotten the most bullish on commodities since October, buying more gold, cotton and soya beans, before prices fell the most in six weeks on signs of surplus supply. The net-long position across 18 US-traded commodities rose 8.9 per cent to 677,505 futures and options in

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