EU quota sugar price continues to rise

Average ex-factory EU quota sugar prices in November 2016 increased to €483 per tonne, according to the most recent available European Commission data, up from €470/t in the previous month.

The latest publishedfigure is also €60/t higher than the €417/t quoted at the same point in 2015and is the highest price since October 2014 (see dashboard below).

The monthly price reflectsthe average price for deliveries of quota sugar in the month under

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