ICO Colombian Milds Indicator Price reaches 1 dollar
29 November 2004
ICO Colombian Milds Indicator Price reaches 1 dollar. On 29 November 2004 the Colombian Milds Indicator Price reached 100.47 US cents per lb. The last time this price exceeded 100 cents was on 21 July 2000. The rise represents an increase of 45.5 per cent since the beginning of the year. It should be noted that the average for the decade 1990 to 1999 was 123.51 cents and for the decade 1980 to 1989 152.02 cents per lb.
|ICO Indicator prices
(US cents/lb) 18/11/2019
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