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US Coffee C Futures - Sep 14 (KCU4)

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179.80 +1.43    (+0.80%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound

  • Prev. Close: 178.38
  • Open: 178.05
  • Day's Range: 176.75 - 181.15
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US Coffee C Historical Data

Time Frame:
06/26/2014 - 07/26/2014
 
Date Last Open High Low Change %
Jul 25, 2014 179.80 178.05 181.15 176.75 0.80%
Jul 24, 2014 178.38 176.00 180.40 175.88 1.26%
Jul 23, 2014 176.15 168.65 178.47 167.03 4.29%
Jul 22, 2014 168.90 171.90 173.53 166.62 -1.92%
Jul 21, 2014 172.20 171.50 173.78 168.75 0.17%
Jul 18, 2014 171.90 163.70 172.62 163.28 4.69%
Jul 17, 2014 164.20 162.38 165.40 161.22 1.02%
Jul 16, 2014 162.55 162.62 163.38 161.60 0.02%
Jul 15, 2014 162.53 164.28 164.32 159.47 -1.22%
Jul 14, 2014 164.53 161.22 164.75 161.10 2.11%
Jul 11, 2014 161.12 163.88 164.85 159.62 -1.29%
Jul 10, 2014 163.22 172.97 173.32 162.82 -5.64%
Jul 09, 2014 172.97 173.15 174.82 171.53 0.00%
Jul 08, 2014 172.97 171.95 174.38 169.85 0.87%
Jul 07, 2014 171.47 171.78 172.82 166.15 -0.32%
Jul 06, 2014 172.03 172.03 172.03 172.03 0.00%
Jul 03, 2014 172.03 174.12 175.28 171.68 -0.74%
Jul 02, 2014 173.30 171.22 174.25 170.88 1.18%
Jul 01, 2014 171.28 175.12 175.25 170.00 -1.89%
Jun 30, 2014 174.57 173.60 175.32 170.05 1.41%
Jun 27, 2014 172.15 181.78 184.88 171.88 -4.65%
Jun 26, 2014 180.55 181.70 181.85 179.12 -0.66%
Highest: 184.88 Lowest: 159.47 Difference: 25.40 Average: 170.85 Change %: -1.07

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Rajendra Kumar
Rajendra Kumar Jul 26, 2014 07:38AM GMT
Drought Could Cut Brazil 2015 Coffee Crop Below 40 Million Bags. By Mario Sergio Lima Jul 25, 2014 7:23 PM GMT+0530. . Brazil, the world’s biggest coffee exporter, may harvest the smallest crop since 2009 next year as trees suffer the worst drought in decades.. . The country may see its coffee crop fall below this year’s harvest to less than 40 million bags in 2015, Silas Brasileiro, president of Brazil’s Coffee Council, said in a phone interview Thursday from Brasilia. The drought has already helped boost the price of coffee futures 61 percent this year in New York.. . Rainfall in the southeast Brazil, where more than 90 percent of Brazil’s coffee is grown, was the lowest in 80 years in January and February, according to the government’s weather agency. That has left trees small, weak and less able to bear fruit next season.. . “We can already disregard any possibility of a bumper crop for next year,” Brasileiro said. “We will harvest enough to meet our share of the global demand, but the inventories will be real low after two bad crops.”. . This year’s crop is expected to be between 40.1 million 60-kilogram bags and 43.3 million 60-kilogram bags, according to a Procafe, a coffee research institute. Brazil’s Coffee Council, which represents growers, expects the crop to come in at the lower end of the estimate.. . To contact the reporter on this story: Mario Sergio Lima in Brasilia Newsroom at mlima11@bloomberg.net

Stanislav Sindov
Stanislav Sindov Jul 25, 2014 07:19PM GMT
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Brian Ugwu
Brian Ugwu Jul 26, 2014 01:19AM GMT
Stanislav my friend and mentor welcome back..We've missed you greatly. Hope you enjoyed your vacation. Good to have you back and looking forward to your predictions and comments

Senthil Kumar
Senthil Kumar Jul 25, 2014 04:28PM GMT
So.. Lets discuss the plan for next week... Shahin Shr.. tell us... please...
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