Coffee Market Report June 2014

11 July 2014

With still no consensus on the size of the Brazilian crop, and sufficient stocks to cover current demand levels, prices of all four group indicators have drifted lower over the past two months. The monthly average of the ICO composite indicator was 7.3% lower in June compared to May at 151.92 US cents/lb, its lowest average since February. All group indicators settled lower, with Colombian Milds, Other Milds and Brazilian Naturals down 7.8%, 7.6%, and 9.1% respectively, while Robustas also dropped by 4%. Read the June 2014 Coffee Market Report >>

ICO Indicator prices
(US cents/lb)  11/12/2017
  change
ICO Composite 111.48 -1.9%
Colombian Milds 137.87 -2.0%
Other Milds 134.23 -1.8%
Brazilian Naturals 117.38 -2.5%
Robustas 87.05 -1.3%

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