Coffee Market Report May 2015 - Coffee Prices Fall But Brazilian Production Estimated Lower
11 June 2015
Coffee prices continued their decline as speculation over the current 2015/16 Brazilian crop suggests that the market has no immediate supply concerns. Indeed, one major trading house has already forecast a global supply surplus for 2015/16. The continued weakness of the Brazilian real has put downward pressure on prices, although export volumes did slip slightly in April. Finally, Conab have released their second estimate of production in Brazil for 2015/16, which is forecast to decrease by 2.3% to 44.3 million bags, which is very much at the lower end of the initial range given in January.
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