at MarketWatch.com (Apr 8, 2011)
There's always a bear market somewhere. Cocoa prices plunge again, continuing a 9 month skid...
There's always a bear market somewhere. Cocoa prices plunge again, continuing a 9 month skid that's the worst run for the commodity in 50 years. At $2,067/ton, the price is 45% below the March peak when unrest in Ivory Coast got bad enough French troops had to be sent in. Buy (or in this case sell) on the cannons, they say. NIB -2.7%.
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