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US Coffee C Futures - Sep 14 (KCU4)

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179.20 +3.05    (+1.73%)
14:41:10 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 176.15
  • Open: 176.00
  • Day's Range: 175.88 - 179.95
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Steven Dekker
Steven Dekker Jul 24, 2014 12:10PM GMT
What's the next resistance? 181.50 maybe?

Artur Movsisyan
Artur Movsisyan Jul 24, 2014 08:26AM GMT
All the same, I do not understand, information below was published on 22JUL, and for that day we see red bar for coffee?

Abdelsalam Alhassoun
Abdelsalam Alhassoun Jul 24, 2014 01:26AM GMT
SÃO PAULO—Brazilian coffee cooperative Coocafe expects production among its members to fall by about one-third this year because of the recent drought, its president said Tuesday.. . Coocafe, which represents about 6,000 growers around the town of Lajinha in Minas Gerais state and some in the neighboring state of Espirito Santo, expects to produce between 900,000 and 1 million bags of coffee. Last year, the farmers produced 1.5 million bags of coffee.. . The harvest is nearly over, said Coocafe President Fernando Romeiro de Cerqueira. Output would have fallen more, but the group's farmers are harvesting coffee from a bigger area this year compared with last year, he said.. . Coffee growers across Brazil have been reporting smaller crops since the worst drought in decades stunted growth earlier this year. Cooparaiso, a cooperative of 3,200 growers in southwestern and southern Mina Gerais, has cut its forecast by 17% to 2.4 million bags of coffee, while Cocapec, which represents 2,100 growers in the Alta Mogiana region, expects its harvest to produce 10% less than last year.. . The dry weather has resulted in coffee cherries producing fewer and lighter beans, which means it takes more to fill a standard 132-pound bag. Coocafe farmers must provide 550 to 600 liters of beans to fill a bag, Mr. Cerqueira said. Normally, farmers could fill a bag with 470 to 500 liters of beans.. . "The quality is pretty bad, too, with a high percentage with a lot of defects," he said.. . Before the drought, Coocafe was already expecting a smaller harvest than last year due to the two-year growing cycle that alternates between larger and smaller crops. For most growers in Brazil, 2014 is a year with higher production, but Coocafe's growers are on the opposite cycle.. . The dry weather made the situation worse. In the first three months of this year, the region where most Coocafe growers are located received almost no rain at all, Mr. Cerqueira said.. . Some rain has fallen since the start of April, but in the year to date the amount of precipitation in the region is about half what it would normally be, he said.. . Brazil is the world's biggest producer and exporter of coffee, and traders are keeping a close eye on the harvest.. . Arabica-coffee prices surged to a more than two-year high near $2.15 a pound in April as traders fretted over just how much coffee Brazil would produce this year. However, as the harvest has progressed and exports continued at a brisk pace due to a buildup of coffee stockpiles, prices have declined more than 20%.. . Brazilian crop agency Conab in May 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.. . —Leslie Josephs in New York contributed to this article
Brian Ugwu
Brian Ugwu Jul 24, 2014 07:51AM GMT
Thanks for the info Abdelsalam. This confirms that coffee is LONG on the long term. It was a sharp rise before the end of yesterday's session and I believe we would expect the same today.
Trader Gas
Trader Gas Jul 24, 2014 09:26AM GMT
Thanks for the news sharing.....Abdelsalam Alhassoun...
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