Coffee prices climb to a 4-month high but subsequently fall in view of a well-supplied market
12 September 2017
The ICO composite indicator rallied briefly to above 135 US cents/lb but quickly fell back to the level of June. This comes as cumulative exports in the current coffee year remain at very high levels, up 5.9% year on year, leading to higher inventories in importing countries. The outlook for the 2017/18 crop in Vietnam and the 2018/19 crop in Brazil is largely positive. Read the latest Coffee Market Report>>
|ICO Indicator prices
(US cents/lb) 16/02/2018
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7th Consultative Forum on Coffee Sector Finance
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