Coffee Market Report January 2015: Prices at Their Lowest in Nearly a Year as Volatility Rises
9 February 2015
The weather in Brazil was the primary driver of prices in January, which were seen rising initially before falling back down again. Monthly averages of the ICO composite and group indicator prices all fell to their lowest levels since February 2014, with a bearish market sentiment continuing to exert downward pressure on prices. Exports have remained strong so far in coffee year 2014/15, with total exports for October to December just 0.8%lower than the same period last year, while exports in calendar year 2014 hit a record 111.7 million bags. Read the market report on our blog>>
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(US cents/lb) 22/03/2019
1 October is #InternationalCoffeeDay.
ICD2018 chose a very special theme for this year’s celebrations: ‘Women in Coffee’. Women play as important a role in the whole of the coffee chain as men, from planting the seeds to processing to trading to brewing… and drinking it. To find out more visit the dedicated International Coffee Day website.
Latest ICO Studies & Reports
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• Gender equality in the coffee sector (Published April 2018)
• Development of coffee trade flows (Published April 2018)
• Value addition in the African coffee sector (Published September 2017)
• Assessing the economic sustainability of coffee growing (Published September 2016)
• Coffee in the Russian Federation (Published August 2015)
• Coffee in China (Published August 2015)
• The impact of the price of oil and the US dollar exchange rate on coffee prices (Published August 2015)
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