Cocoa Volatility Jumps as Investors Mull `Precarious Balance'

  • West African crops face dry weather amid dwindling demand
  • Open interest, trading in futures surge as price fluctuates

Volatility in the cocoa-futures market is soaring as investors weigh signs of dwindling global demand for chocolate against concerns that adverse weather will hurt crops in West Africa, the world’s top producing region.

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