I-CIP dips slightly but remains strong, closing the month above 200.00 US cents/lb
1 June 2022
• The ICO Composite Indicator Price (I-CIP) lost 2.4% from April to May 2022, averaging 193.71 US cents/lb for the latter. Average prices for all groups indicators decreased in May 2022. Prices for Brazilian Naturals out performed all growths by declining 3.7% to 217.84 US cents/lb from April to May 2022.
• The differentials between the Colombian Milds and Other Milds decreased by 4.5%, from 27.24 to 26.02 US cents/lb over April to May 2022. Presenting the strongest growth for this period is the Other Milds and Brazilian Naturals differential, rising by 8.4% from 39.28 to 42.57 US cents/lb
• Arbitrage between New York and London closed the gap from 130.30 to 124.30 US cents/lb, presenting a 4.6% decrease.
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