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The Hottest Asset On The Planet Could Be Cooling Off
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 - Apr 02, 2014

Have you enjoyed a cup of Coffee today? Speaking of joy and coffee, the first few months of 2014 were a real joy if you were long Coffee, since it rocketed 100% higher in just two months. The near ...

 
4 Reasons Coffee Is Set To Percolate Again
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 - Apr 01, 2014

Many traders and investor know that Coffee (iPath DJ-UBS Coffee Total Return Sub-Index (JO)) went on a monster tear higher from late January through the middle of March. Over that time it rose nearly ...

 
Global Equities Trade Mixed, Metals Advance
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 - Dec 22, 2011

EquitiesAsian markets rose moderately thanks to Thursday’s upbeat US data. The Nikkei rose .3% to 8402, the Kospi jumped 1.2%, and the ASX 200 rose by .5%. China’s markets surged on hopes ...

 
Stocks Tumble on ECB Disappointment
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 - Dec 22, 2011

EquitiesAsian markets slid on Thursday as anxiety grew ahead of Friday’s European Summit. The Nikkei dropped .7% to 8645, pulling back from a 1-month high. The Kospi slipped .4% after the Bank ...

 
Markets Steady, EUR/USD Heading Back to 1.3
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 - Dec 22, 2011

Markets are generally steady in Asian session today. Risk appetite failed to sustain overnight as traders refused to commit to their positions ahead of thin holiday trading period. Weak home sales ...

 
LTRO Falls Flat, New Zealand GDP Upbeat
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 - Dec 22, 2011

The huge take up in the ECBs 3-year lending operation jarred the euro to nearly 1.32 but it slipped to 1.3050 at the end of the day on some weak details. CAD was the top performer on ...

 
EUR/USD Technical Analisys
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 - Dec 22, 2011
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The Euro tested the level above 1.36, which is the 50% Fibonacci level of the rise from 1.3415 to 1.4246, but failed to break above that level. The break below 1.3405 (76,4% Fibo level of the above ...

 
USD/JPY Technical Analysis
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 - Dec 22, 2011

Movement in the general area of consolidation continues. Correction after falling from 85.52 to 79.57 reached 38.2 percent, followed by a break in the downward direction, as the price moves in the ...

 
GBP/USD Technical Analysis
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 - Dec 22, 2011

The pound depreciated against the Dollar after failing to break above 1.6120 (38,2% Fibo level of downside trend to 1.5327). After breaking through the support at 1.5777 (bottom from 07.2011) the ...

 
The Boost of Liquidity in the Eurozone Put the Euro Under Pressure
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 - Dec 22, 2011

The European Central Bank started the offering of unlimited three years loans to banks in the region to boost the liquidityThe offer faced huge demand as the amount borrowed reached 489billion Euro ...

 

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ted wrigley
ted wrigley Apr 22, 2014 06:22PM GMT
rumour has it that Colombia bought containers of brazilian coffee last year. How could that be since we are long net exporter.. did we really produce 7 million sacks? . .

Dignidad Cafetera
Dignidad Cafetera Apr 22, 2014 10:07AM GMT
Wolthers & Douque (USA trader) last visit to Brasil confirmed a huge damage in arabica coffee plantations in Brasil near 10 million bags for 2014 and a growth paralisis in the tres that will damage . in a worst way october flowering for next 2015 crop (trees need new nodless for new crop). Conclusión. Damage will be over 20 million bags to be added to crop reductions in central America and Peru caused by "coffee rust" and weather annomaly called "el niño" is at the corner with a 70% probability.. In 1997 "el niño" damage by 30% two consecutive crops (1998 and 1999)in Colombia and Central America. Roasters and coffee lovers: Take strongly your hats with both hands because damages in coffee crops are the worst in 100 years and inventories are in the lowest usage ratio inhistory. Simple maybe there will not be enough to attend demand !!!!!! ¿What will be the Price for the Beans?¿ US$ 4 per pound? ¿Us$5? In 1975 with the "black frost in Brasil it went up to US$3.70 equal to Us$7 or more. in constant US$ of today..
Joakim Hending
Joakim Hending Apr 22, 2014 04:42PM GMT
Hello Dignidad and all traders !. . I agree whit you and think there is higher prices ahead even though I am more carful. to predict prices over 280cents/pound. Global registrered stock is 61.05 milj.bags according to USDA, does anyone have historical. global stock data to use for calcylating estimated stocklevels 2014 - 2015.. Think this could be very useful for estimating pricelevels ahead.. Best regards//Joakim.
Dignidad Cafetera
Dignidad Cafetera Apr 23, 2014 12:00PM GMT
Appreciated Joakim, World stocks are not more tan 45 million bags in October 1 2013. at the beggining of the coffee year 23 in handas of importing countries and 22 in producing. countries.. Those in producing countries are the neccessary to switch between crops except. million bags retained from 2012-13 crop in Brasil. As production déficit for 2014-15 crop. has been calculated between 11 and 12 millón bags stocks in importing countries will decrease in arround 6 million (other 6 will be covered by excess by brazil stocks). Considering that. importing countries are consuming 2 million bags weekly usage ratio will fall from 11 weeks. to 8 weeks - mínimum and dangerous level- in this first step. Biggest problema will be during. next crop when all signals target a new loos in Brasil because of no vegetative growth and radicular damage during the drought. New déficit of 10 to 12 million bags will reduce stocks to a panic level- arround three to 3 weeks of consumption in importing countries. In the other side we have very high probabilities of "el niño" weather annomaly in America and as i said beffore it will be catastrofic !!! ¿Do you Know flowering in Colombia are late two months? farmers always affirm: Late crop is a small crop. Take strongly your hat huracans are arriving !!!!. regards. Dignidad.

Bedaso Beriso
Bedaso Beriso Apr 21, 2014 10:25AM GMT
Someone tell me plz there is no coffee market today?
Bryan Tarr
Bryan Tarr Apr 21, 2014 10:55AM GMT
Coffee futures is supposed to open 4/21/2014 at 7:30 EST
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