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US Coffee C Futures - Sep 14 (KCU4)

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183.00 +2.55    (+1.41%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 183.00
  • Open: 180.05
  • Day's Range: 179.93 - 183.13
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Abdelsalam Alhassoun
Abdelsalam Alhassoun Jul 30, 2014 06:20PM GMT
Coffee production at Cooxupe, Brazil's biggest coffee cooperative, will be about 30% less than it had initially forecast this year because of the country's drought, the group's president said.. . Cooxupe will produce about 4.1 million 132-pound bags of coffee this year, President Carlos Paulino da Costa said, compared with the six million bags the cooperative had predicted before Brazil's worst drought in decades started in January. Cooxupe has nearly 12,000 members.. . The forecast is also down from Cooxupe's production of 4.2 million bags last year, as the severe dry weather knocks Brazil off of its traditional coffee-growing cycle. Brazil, the world's biggest coffee producer and exporter, has a two-year cycle in which production in even-numbered years is larger than in odd-numbered years. This year, Cooxupe, Cooparaiso and other coffee cooperatives are instead predicting a decline in output.. . Cooxupe's members, who are located in the south and west of Minas Gerais state, have finished close to two-thirds of the harvest, Mr. da Costa said. He said the drought's effects can be seen in the beans.. . "The appearance of the beans is worse, they're deformed, and smaller and lighter," Mr. da Costa said. "So far that's not affecting the quality of the drink, though. It still tastes good.". . At this point in the harvest it would normally take about 400 liters of beans to reach the standard 132-pounds in a bag, and now growers need about 540 liters, he said.. . Brazilian crop agency Conab forecast a coffee crop of about 45 million bags for the entire country this year, though some analysts expect it to be closer to 50 million bags. Production in 2012 was 50.8 million bags, and in 2013 it was 49.2 million bags, the smallest difference ever in the two-year cycle.
billy batts
billy batts Jul 30, 2014 08:41PM GMT
wow 28 million bag of arabica !! last reports forecasted 32-35 !! close the shorts, let's get started
Stanislav Sindov
Stanislav Sindov Jul 30, 2014 08:53PM GMT
Dont listen to this guy , he had 240 as forecast in May and keeps posting a made up number every month .

Jakub Barej
Jakub Barej Jul 30, 2014 01:12PM GMT
Is there any chance that coffe go to 178 today?
Artur Movsisyan
Artur Movsisyan Jul 30, 2014 02:08PM GMT
it is technically possible ... but much depends on the news.
Jakub Barej
Jakub Barej Jul 30, 2014 02:37PM GMT
Are we expecting any news? Who will deliver it and where we should find it? I remember speculation news that drew the price of natural gas to the sky. The news was just about stock of gas smaller than expected. After a while the price dropped (and you can see where it is now). So I understand that so called infomation of poor crops (rain etc.) is only produced to manipulate the price. Shame.
Artur Movsisyan
Artur Movsisyan Jul 30, 2014 03:09PM GMT
Unfortunately (or not) I do not get the latest news. In the general case market is driven not the news, only their perception of players. The recently published news from Brazil, apparently decided that the players need to open longs that pushes the price up. In my understanding of the situation is not critical right now.

Artur Movsisyan
Artur Movsisyan Jul 30, 2014 07:04AM GMT
so ... what's next? Technical indicators show different scenario for the price, or on top of a 190 or down to 174, but the price can never stay so long pressed between levels 179-182. Stochastic on the daily chart shows the possibility of growth, and 5H is overbought, but the readings of the indicator and the price is not present while the characteristic divergence. Divergence is observed on the hourly charts between price and stochastic and RSI, which could mean the beginning of the correction down to 174-175.
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