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US Coffee C Futures - Dec 14 (KCZ4)

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180.93 -5.30    (-2.85%)
18/09 - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 180.93
  • Open: 186.13
  • Day's Range: 180.88 - 187.10
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Get  ReaL
Get ReaL Sep 19, 2014 02:19AM GMT
General Comments: Futures closed mixed, with most of the weakness seen in New York. There was not much news out for today, but traders are still debating the potential losses in Brazil and are looking to find out when the rainy season will get under way. The trees need the rains to start soon to encourage flowering. Speculators were on both sides of the market and producers and industry appeared to be quiet. The roasters remain mostly quiet and are not showing much interest in buying except at very cheap differentials. Reports from Colombia have noted the very strong production this year, and they are supposed to be the big offer in the Arabica market right now. Analysts in Brazil talk about two low production years there and many note the dry weather in Central America, too. Flowering in Indonesia is said to be very good and production ideas for the next crop are higher after a poor production year this year. Vietnamese short term forecasts call for rains, and rains seem to be improving in other parts of Southeast Asia. Vietnam is said to be offering only small volumes at this time. The potential for deficit production years this year and next year are very real, and Arabica would appear to be where the production will be very short.
Get  ReaL
Get ReaL Sep 19, 2014 02:25AM GMT
Dec. Coffee looks good @ 177.50 may get a down spike @ 174.50. Looks to take out the longs, a close under 175.50 it could hit 170 - 171 quickly, but as we know Coffee is vol ital.

mamqua 4th
mamqua 4th Sep 18, 2014 10:04PM GMT
Hi Stanislav, i'm trying to do my analysis and i found still the same indicators of possible W inversion figure to go up: i don't know if 181 is the rising start or it will be broken until 176 or 160's but i think 181 is strong support. I think noew trend is lataeral between resistance 186 and support 181. But if i'm going to see candlestick in timeframe week i have to suppose possible downtrend and i don't know if i have to count this signal. Are my studies in the right direction or i'm totally wrong?.
mamqua 4th
mamqua 4th Sep 18, 2014 10:16PM GMT
Maybe for week candlestick the explanation is that there is another candle to analize: this week that can be the one of inversion

Big Cov
Big Cov Sep 18, 2014 05:51PM GMT
we should get an update of how many bags they are down by the end of next week. sounds like a 5 year low... 32 mil bags.
Big Cov
Big Cov Sep 18, 2014 05:53PM GMT
they have already started the harvest early... to ensure there are no further damage to the crop.. it doesnt look like a rosie outcome..
Stanislav Sindov
Stanislav Sindov Sep 18, 2014 07:23PM GMT
They finished the harvest already.....
Big Cov
Big Cov Sep 18, 2014 08:55PM GMT
brilliant... when will they publish the results? do you know?
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