Coffee Market Report September 2015 - Coffee year 2014/15 ends with prices at 20-month low

12 October 2015

The coffee market slumped further in September, following a slight rally in August, with the weakness of the Brazilian real and Colombian peso again proving the most influential factor, along with a general bearish trend across commodities. Conab released their third estimate of coffee production in Brazil in crop year 2015/16, which was reduced by over 2 million bags to 42.1 million bags, but this had little effect on the market. Looking ahead, as we go into coffee year 2015/16, it will be important to keep an eye on weather patterns, particularly given the ongoing dryness in Central America, and the potential impact of El Niņo in coffee growing regions.

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ICO Indicator prices
(US cents/lb)  08/12/2017
  change
ICO Composite 113.63 +0.1%
Colombian Milds 140.65 -0.3%
Other Milds 136.63 -0.3%
Brazilian Naturals 120.34 0.0%
Robustas 88.23 +0.7%

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