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Change in commodity futures prices in 2018: Cocoa (+28%); Wheat (+17.9%); Maize (+6.9%); Natural gas (-0.4%); Gold (-2.1%); Soyabeans (-2.1%); Cotton (-8.2%); Rough rice (-13.6%); Platinum (-14.8%); Arabica coffee (-19.3%); Brent crude oil (-19.6%); Copper (-20.3%); Sugar (-20.3%);     LafargeHolcim is expanding cement production capacity in Cameroon to 2.1million tonnes from 1.6 million tonnes to compete more aggressively with Dangote which plans to boost capacity to 3 million tonnes within 3 years

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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

CFA franc

Wheat: CFA Franc importers should take advantage of decade low prices, weaker dollar

FrancTrade view: Last week’s disappointing US non-farm payrolls undermined the US dollar against emerging market and major currencies. The US dollar is currently 5% weaker vs. the CFA franc compared with its high in November 2015.  CFA franc importers should take advantage of current conducive market conditions, including multi-year lows in wheat prices and lock