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Coffee Prices Fall Back on Economic Concerns

MSN - 4/25/2023 5:07:00 PM
Coffee prices this morning are moderately lower, with arabica falling to a 1-1/2 week low. A stronger dollar today is weighing on most commodity prices, including coffee. Also, concerns about a ...

Arabica coffee prices double

New Vision - 10/20/2021 4:42:00 PM
Currently, the C price – the benchmark price for commodity-grade Arabica coffee on the New York International Commodity Exchange — has risen from $2.3 per kilogramme to around $4.2. In July ...

Coffee Prices Settle Mixed Amid Dollar Strength

The Globe and Mail - 6/6/2023 6:49:00 PM
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Coffee could get even pricier, even amid wider drop in food prices

DPA on - 6/6/2023 3:50:48 PM
Instant coffee has become more expensive in Europe, even as consumer food prices have started to slowly fall from the highs seen around the world in 2022. Britain has likely been worst hit, with jars of instant selling for the equivalent of $13.

El Nino is approaching and your next cup of coffee could be at risk

CNBC - 6/6/2023 2:26:00 AM
Extreme weather conditions due to El Nino are fueling concerns that robusta coffee beans in major producers like Vietnam and Indonesia could be hit.

Coffee Settles Higher on Brazilian Real Strength and Heavy Brazil Rain

The Globe and Mail - 6/5/2023 6:45:00 PM
Coffee prices Monday closed moderately higher. Strength in the Brazilian real ( ^USDBRL) boosted coffee prices as the real on Monday rose to a 2-1/2 week high against the dollar. Coffee prices also garnered support on concerns heavy rain in Brazil's coffee-growing areas will slow the country's coffee harvest.

The Commodities Feed: LME zinc inventories surge

think - 6/1/2023 11:00:00 AM
The latest LME data show that exchange inventories for zinc rose to 87,500 tonnes yesterday, the highest since June 2022.

El Nino seen posing larger risk for robusta coffee, less to arabica

Reuters - 5/25/2023 6:20:00 AM
could further tighten supplies and raise prices of robusta, which has a higher caffeine content than arabica and is largely used to make instant coffee. The world's two largest robusta producing ...

El Nino seen posing larger risk for robusta coffee, less to arabica

Reuters on - 5/25/2023 6:20:25 AM
The weather pattern El Nino, widely expected by forecasters to develop globally in the second half of the year, poses a larger risk for production of the robusta coffee variety than for milder arabica coffee,

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