Coffee Market Report October 2014: October Coffee Prices Highest In Over Two Years
14 November 2014
Coffee prices soared higher at the beginning of the month, with the ICO composite price gaining 15 cents in just 6 days, but rains in Brazil drove prices lower, finishing the month below where they started. Nevertheless, the average monthly price for October is the highest in over two and a half years. At the end of coffee year 2013/14, total exports reached 111.3 million bags, slightly down compared to 2012/13, but the second highest level on record. Despite the drought, exports from Brazil have continued to exceed their levels of a year ago. Read the full Coffee Market Report on our blog>>
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