Coffee: Global Prices in July 2018

Prices for all coffee groups fell in July 2018, though the largest month-on month decrease occurred for Brazilian Naturals, which declined by 4% to 110.54 US cents/lb.

Friday, August 17, 2018

From the monthly report by the ICO:


In July 2018, the ICO composite indicator price decreased by 2.9% to an average of 107.20 US cents/lb, which is the lowest monthly average for July since 2007, when the monthly composite indicator reached 106.20 US cents/lb.  Prices for all coffee groups fell in July 2018, though the largest month-on-month decrease occurred for Brazilian Naturals, which declined by 4% to 110.54 US cents/lb.

Total exports in June 2018 amounted to 10.45 million bags, 2.6% higher than in the same month one year ago, led by an increase of 7.9% to 3.95 million bags for Robusta. However, total Arabica shipments in June 2018 fell by 0.4%, to 6.51 million bags, with exports of Colombian Milds growing by 1.1%, to 1.03 million bags, and Brazilian Naturals by 2.2%, to 2.61 million bags. Other Milds fell by 3.2%, to 2.87 million bags.

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May 2018

The prices of the three groups of the Arabica variety fell in April, but the highest month-on-month reduction was recorded in the price of natural coffees in Brazil.

In April 2018, the ICO composite indicator decreased by 0.4% to an average of 112.56 US cents/lb, with the daily price ranging between 110.49 US cents/lb and 114.73 US cents/lb. Prices for all three Arabica groups fell in April 2018, though the largest month-on-month decrease occurred for Brazilian Naturals, which fell by 0.9% to 118.76 US cents/lb. 

Coffee: Global Rates up to February 2018

March 2018

After a slight increase in the first month of 2018, in February international prices fell by 1%, due to the negative behavior of three groups of the Arabica variety.

From the monthly report by the International Coffee Organization:

After a slight rise in January following a three-month decline, the monthly average of the ICO composite indicator fell by 1.2% in February 2018 to 114.19 US cents/lb.

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January 2018

Global coffee output for 2017/18 is preliminary estimated at 158.78 million bags, 0.7% higher than last year.

Total production of Arabica is estimated to decrease by 1.1% to 97.32 million bags compared to  98.42 million bags last year, as lower production of Colombian Milds and Brazilian Naturals are only  partially offset by increases in Other Milds.

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August 2015

International prices deepened their fall in July in response to the devaluation of the real in Brazil, reaching the lowest level in the last 18 months.

From the monthly report by the International Coffee Organization:

The coffee market registered further decreases in July with prices reacting to the depreciation in the Brazilian exchange rate, which dropped to a 12-year low against the US dollar.

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