Coffee: Global Report up to April 2015

Good grain inventory levels globally have kept prices relatively stable and low in April.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

From a monthly report by the International Coffee Organization (ICO):

Coffee exports from Brazil reached a record level of 36.8 million bags in crop year 2014/15 (April-March), driven by domestic stocks and favored by a depreciation in the exchange rate. According to calculations by Conab it estimated at the moment that production in the 2015/16 crop year will be about the same, between 44.1 and 46.6 million bags. However, since domestic consumption in Brazil has reached about 21 million bags, the availability of exports will be significantly lower next year. Overall, prices remained low in April 2015 despite a slight increase from March as consumer stocks remain relatively well supplied. In addition, recent reports on the next Brazilian crop suggest that damage may not be as severe as expected.

The monthly average composite indicator price was 129.02 OIC (US) cents
per pound, up 1.6% from March. However, coffee prices remain generally low. The daily price showed no clear trend during the month. The highest level was 132.46 cents and the lowest of 126.05.

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Coffee: Global Prices up to March 2018

April 2018

In March, international coffee prices registered a 1% reduction, mainly due to the low prices of the Colombian Milds coffee variety.

From the monthly report by the International Coffee Organization:

Since August 2017, the ICO composite indicator price has declined in each month except January 2018.

International Coffee Prices - July 2016

August 2016

Coffee exports declined in the last two months because the new crop from Brazil has not yet hit the market, but consuming countries remain relatively well stocked.

From the report by the International Coffee Organization:

The ICO composite indicator rose to a 17-month high in July, although the market struggled to hold on to its early gains.

Global Coffee Prices - February 2016

March 2016

The coffee market stabilised slightly in February, but prices remain at very low levels.

From a report by the International Coffee Organization:

The coffee market stabilised slightly in February, but prices remain at very low levels. A lack of news regarding fundamentals with expectations of a large 2016/17 crop in Brazil have kept prices from maintaining any significant rally.

Global Coffee Market to June 2011

July 2011

In June 2011 another drop in coffee prices was observed, especially in the Arabic variety, following on from a decline in May.

The reduction in the price of Robusta was somewhat less marked than in Arabica, which has lessened the difference between these two types of coffee.

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