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US Coffee C Futures - May 15 (KCK5)

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138.53 -2.30    (-1.63%)
18:29:54 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 140.83
  • Open: 141.30
  • Day's Range: 138.03 - 142.38
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Gabu  Max
Gabu Max Mar 02, 2015 07:04PM GMT
A correction is needed and that will be a great selling opportunity. Frost in South of Minas is an old retired and hibernated ghost that won´t return any time soon.. The industry is full of coffee and the plants are looking great...

Bruno Jansen
Bruno Jansen Mar 02, 2015 06:55PM GMT
The latest Commitment of Traders report from the washed arabica coffee New York market has seen the shorter term in nature Managed Money Fund sector of the market decrease their net long position within this market by 54.78% in the week of trade leading up to Tuesday 24th. February; to register a net long position of 6,367 Lots on the day. Over the same period the longer term in nature and steadier Index Fund sector of this market decreased their net long position within the market by 1.01%, to register a net long on the day of 25,290 Lots.. . During this same week of trade the Non Commercial Speculative sector of the market decreased their net long position within the market by 87.13%, to register a net long of 1,139 lots on the day. This net long position that is the equivalent of 322,901 bags has most likely been further decreased to perhaps even moved into a net short sold position over the period of mixed but overall negative trade that has since followed and likewise, the net long position of the Managed Money Funds has most likely been further reduced.. . The question is what influence might the evidence of the liquidation of the net long position of the Non Commercial Speculative sector of the market that might have already by now turned into a net short position have upon speculative sector the market for trade this week, as with the uncertainty of the forthcoming Brazil frost season and the follow on rain season, there might be some caution to sell the market too short. Thus with the probability that the managed money funds might have also liquidated more of their now relatively modest net long position during last week’s trade, it might well assist to inspire some degree of corrective buying into the somewhat oversold New York market.

Gabu  Max
Gabu Max Mar 02, 2015 06:33PM GMT
The truth is...Brazil sold 3 crops in one(2012,13 & 14)...all mid/big coffee farms sold futures at great levels. If nothing major happens (global frost,asteroid collision...etc) coffee prices will drop even more. Always watching the cat and the fish (but bears are under control)
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