Global sugar prices have surged by over 20% since the start of the year as production estimates in several key producers have been downgraded. We think the supply picture is unlikely to change by much over the next months and will keep prices elevated. But by the end of the year, prices should fall as production rises, particularly in Brazil and Thailand.
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