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Please note: the US Coffee C contract rolled over on Feb 17, 2019 to the May 19 contract
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Type: Commodity
Group: Agriculture
Unit: 1 Pound
  • Prev. Close: 101.65
  • Open: 101.65
  • Day's Range: 101.65 - 101.65
US Coffee C 101.65 0.00 0.00%

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01/18/2019 - 02/17/2019
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
Feb 15, 2019 97.95 97.80 98.85 97.45 19.14K 0.10%
Feb 14, 2019 97.85 98.85 99.20 97.05 17.48K -1.06%
Feb 13, 2019 98.90 101.00 101.00 98.65 29.86K -1.54%
Feb 12, 2019 100.45 100.20 101.25 99.90 28.91K 0.25%
Feb 11, 2019 100.20 102.60 102.70 99.85 41.31K -2.34%
Feb 08, 2019 102.60 104.25 104.75 102.25 39.20K -1.63%
Feb 07, 2019 104.30 105.20 105.30 103.55 38.97K -1.14%
Feb 06, 2019 105.50 104.70 105.90 104.35 23.73K 0.62%
Feb 05, 2019 104.85 105.80 106.20 104.25 21.21K -0.71%
Feb 04, 2019 105.60 103.80 106.35 103.25 28.65K 1.83%
Feb 01, 2019 103.70 106.15 107.00 103.55 27.78K -2.08%
Jan 31, 2019 105.90 102.30 106.35 102.30 31.56K 3.72%
Jan 30, 2019 102.10 102.65 103.35 101.95 12.75K -0.49%
Jan 29, 2019 102.60 103.00 103.30 102.15 16.06K -0.05%
Jan 28, 2019 102.65 105.65 105.80 101.55 31.32K -3.89%
Jan 25, 2019 106.80 106.10 107.15 105.20 26.25K 1.42%
Jan 24, 2019 105.30 103.70 106.10 103.05 22.42K 1.84%
Jan 23, 2019 103.40 102.90 104.00 102.30 16.63K 0.05%
Jan 22, 2019 103.35 104.90 105.75 102.80 19.24K -1.52%
Jan 18, 2019 104.95 102.85 106.20 102.60 27.46K 2.49%
Jan 17, 2019 102.40 102.40 103.50 101.75 17.11K 0.00%
Highest: 107.15 Lowest: 97.05 Difference: 10.10 Average: 102.92 Change %: -4.35
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Karol Jurczyk
Karol Jurczyk 2 hours ago
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when you look at the cot report from 22. january then you dont just see decreasing short positions, but increasing long positions from mm. so mm is not only profit taking. mm wants to make money with rising price!
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this price is too low. last 15 days we had approx. 90mm rain in espirito santo. and under 20mm rain in Bahia. Bahia losses will be big. in espirito santo we will have losses too. the january was absolutely dry and february brings under 200mm rain. the coming months will be dry because dry period is starting. we still have an off-year in brazil. the stocks are now high but they can not get higher. with getting lower stocks the price should rise. demand is still rising and many farmers are producing under production costs. the brl is not weak too. if price comes under 100 it will not stay long there.
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mh mh Feb 15, 2019 5:46PM ET
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I wanted to wait for rollover , just in case may contracts try to test or come close to the lows of the this past week, which stands at $97 .10 but sugar rally today passing resistance,  makes want to pull the trigger on may contract at least for a single contract because the sugar rally gives me extreme comfort that coffee will follow very soon , of course this is not a fact but that what I believe .
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Anton SS
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coke and coffee are different things mate
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COFFEE TRADER 8 hours ago
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Anton SSbut not that much..
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Rafal Ogrzewalski
ShortDude Feb 15, 2019 5:19PM ET
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Today was particularly bad for coffee. Real again stronger and all commodities skyrocketing. Sugar almost 5% up!.Is this only rollover or something more?
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Anton SS
Anton SS Feb 15, 2019 1:53PM ET
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I still think more down has to come, and take / hold a short in more valued KCN19 would be better decision.
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Max Mars
Max Mars Feb 15, 2019 1:53PM ET
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Agree with you everythings is skyrocketing apart coffee better wait to buy lol
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Anton SS
Anton SS Feb 15, 2019 1:53PM ET
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Max Mars obviously! somewhere in spring, I guess in March and April it has some chance for recovery, but not for now.. Here's some of my bearish / recovery thoughts on KC (S&P GSCI Coffee Index) https://www.tradingview.com/x/oq6Jnp5g/
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Max Mars
Max Mars Feb 15, 2019 1:53PM ET
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Agree with you Anton big ones like it big
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Myunghee Kim
Myunghee Kim Feb 15, 2019 12:37PM ET
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Last Sep. Dec. contract price went down more for two weeks after rollover.
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tony lee
tony lee Feb 15, 2019 11:59AM ET
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Price now 98 is equivalent to 86 if BRL remain the same as 4.2 when last low of 95.
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Aziz Zafar
Aziz Zafar Feb 15, 2019 11:36AM ET
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Historical low price
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tony lee
tony lee Feb 15, 2019 11:36AM ET
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This looks like the bottom.
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Max Mars
Max Mars Feb 15, 2019 11:28AM ET
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Bullish signal better start buying lol
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Patrick Vanackere
Patrick Vanackere Feb 15, 2019 9:52AM ET
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coffee 2011 was around 300 coffee 2014  around 200 now 2019. around 100 the reverse will come soon  all fundamentals are there
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Richard Podzimek
Richard Podzimek Feb 15, 2019 9:52AM ET
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I feel it the same way.
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Christian Rinker Stenger
Christian Rinker Stenger Feb 15, 2019 9:52AM ET
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How long does IT Take ?And how deep can it fall
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Rafal Ogrzewalski
ShortDude Feb 15, 2019 7:46AM ET
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Current coffee price denominated in REAL is about 365, at last lows 95$ in REAL it was 400....Current price is really really low according to USDBRL
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Rafal Ogrzewalski
ShortDude Feb 15, 2019 7:46AM ET
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Gabriel Belini Thanks for clarification but this not change my calculations that price in R$ is much lower now than it was at 95$
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MGom Feb 15, 2019 7:46AM ET
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ShortDude You are right. When price was at $95 in september/18 the phisical price were aroud R$ 522/523 R$.
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Anton SS
Anton SS Feb 15, 2019 7:46AM ET
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Long term support I see is about 2.60-2.80 BRL (where I'd prefer to buy coffee with confidence).. The price is 3.75 BRL for now (35% - 45% overpriced)
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Enrico Pasquali Coluzzi
Enrico Pasquali Coluzzi Feb 15, 2019 4:34AM ET
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No doubt. After the change of contract we will go back under 100$
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JH Greenmoore
JH_Greenmore Feb 15, 2019 4:30AM ET
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The only trade for now is short sorry to say, short May contract around 101-102 and we will go down 2-4c  in no time after roll over, we've seen it time after time last couple of times.
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Eddie Kramer
Eddie Kramer Feb 15, 2019 2:37AM ET
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How it looks with weather and rain in Brazil?
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Gabriel Belini
Gabriel Belini Feb 15, 2019 2:37AM ET
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pretty good we didnt have problems with rain this year, crops are well developed already, I estimate 40% of the production of last year (optimistic estimate) since this year is the "bad" year, 40% isnt bad at all.
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Rafal Ogrzewalski
ShortDude Feb 15, 2019 2:37AM ET
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Gabriel Belini 40% isn't bad? 40% of crop or crop development? Hmm ;)
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Parasmal Jain
Parasmal Jain Feb 15, 2019 1:00AM ET
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Any target for coffee
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Donald Duck
Donald Duck Feb 15, 2019 12:44AM ET
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Red Friday , finally!
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Mr JHo
Mr JHo Feb 15, 2019 12:44AM ET
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Ithink everyday is aways red already. Hahaha.... Speechless
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Andrea Elia
Andrea Elia Feb 14, 2019 2:28PM ET
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matching the increased production with the even more increased demand ... the net should be a deficit of 10-15%
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MARIO GOMES
MGom Feb 14, 2019 2:28PM ET
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Andrea Elia Thank you for your response and for the article on Investing.com. But in his comment, a deficit of 10-15% was cited for. In the article, the forecast is that the prices rise to 1.25 cts / lb, or 24.8% above today's prices. In the article of https://investing.com there could be a deficit of 1 million bags in 2019.. According to the ICO in report of 11/14/18 (http://www.brasilagro.com.br/conteudo/cafeoic-producao-global-and-estimada-em-16351-mi-de-sacas-em-201718- .html) the world production of 2018 was 163.51 million. So, 1,000,000 (deficit forecast in 2019) / 163,510,000 (production 2018) that is = 0.62% of deficit and not 10-15% as quoted in your comment.
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Jakub Barej
Jakub Barej Feb 14, 2019 2:28PM ET
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MGom Do you see a difference between demand and deficit? I see.
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MARIO GOMES
MGom Feb 14, 2019 2:28PM ET
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Jakub Barej Thank you for your question. Yes there is difference !! 1- DEMAND is the total of bags to be consumed. Increasing demand by 15%, ie demand by 2018 = 159,000,000 bags, plus 15%, we would have 182,850,000 bags, the deficit would be equal to 19,340,000 bags. 2 - DEFICIT is the negative difference between production and consumption.
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MARIO GOMES
MGom Feb 14, 2019 2:26PM ET
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The Brazilian harvest forecast for 2019, with a 35% share in the world coffee market, has an average forecast of 55 Million bags. Even though it is a year of low bienniality, this production may be considered high. We must observe the production of other countries, in addition to the forecasts of world demand. We need to find the balance so that the funds stop selling positions in the future. Meanwhile ...
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Mr JHo
Mr JHo Feb 14, 2019 2:26PM ET
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Well noted. So, what is your plan in the next contract? Any suggestion? Or start looking for something more valuable than this? Thanks.
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MARIO GOMES
MGom Feb 14, 2019 2:26PM ET
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Mr JHo Thanks for your answer.  Many producers around the world claim to be working near the cost of production. Some may reduce new plantings and investment in inputs. The production trend would decrease, but the market response is slow. On the other hand, the funds continue to sell, I believe, based on the view that supply may still be greater than demand. Note, because at some point the funds will have to repurchase these contracts, managed by the precos. Follow ... Good business
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Karol Jurczyk
Karol Jurczyk Feb 14, 2019 1:28PM ET
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thats right!.if production would increase and demand would fall then i would not go long..but production is falling and demand is rising. .this price is under production costs..difficult too say when this will go up. but its important to watch the export data from brazil, colombia and Vietnam..only Vietnam export data is bullish for now
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Karol Jurczyk
Karol Jurczyk Feb 14, 2019 1:28PM ET
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and of course cot data is important!
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Andrea Elia
Andrea Elia Feb 14, 2019 1:17PM ET
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2019/2020 supply is expected to be lower by 10-15% .. taking demand into consideration.so far it's not being reflected in coffee price .should we wait for any report before we see uptrend formation ? or will it form before then .. but so far it's been a nightmare for me in trading coffee.
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Karol Jurczyk
Karol Jurczyk Feb 14, 2019 1:13PM ET
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this is only because of big supply from 2018 crop. this supply will fall because of lower crop in 2019. still buying levels.
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Rafal Ogrzewalski
ShortDude Feb 14, 2019 1:13PM ET
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Every day better levels for buyers
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Rafal Ogrzewalski
ShortDude Feb 14, 2019 1:12PM ET
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Hmm. Real is green already but coffee still falling
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Christian Rinker Stenger
Christian Rinker Stenger Feb 14, 2019 1:12PM ET
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Silence before the storm ?? Whats your opinion
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Mitja Zargi
Mitjek Feb 14, 2019 12:07PM ET
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My post from 5.45 is not up. Wrote, I buy first 1/3 ! 97,15
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Mitja Zargi
Mitjek Feb 14, 2019 12:07PM ET
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Sold 98,75 ! See you next week, KCK9 on first 99,8 ; second 97,15 ; third 95or92 !
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Sjaak oo
Sjaak oo Feb 14, 2019 11:38AM ET
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Looks like we are testing the August and December '18 lows.
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Sjaak oo
Sjaak oo Feb 14, 2019 11:38AM ET
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Then again if we fall below I will have to start selling some body parts
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