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ARABICA AND ROBUSTA PRICES EXPERIENCE FURTHER DECLINES

ARABICA AND ROBUSTA PRICES EXPERIENCE FURTHER DECLINES



Last week saw the price of Robusta coffee dip to a two-year low and close only marginally higher at US$1,485/ton.

Commerzbank Research said it shed around 3% during the course of the week, although the Robusta coffee price fared better than Arabica – the latter’s price dropped for a time to a 13-year low of under 95 US cents per pound and was trading at just shy of 98 US cents per pound at the end of the week.

“Many market observers expect the next Brazilian coffee crop to fall only moderately short of the previous year’s record crop, despite the fact that Arabica is facing a low-yield year in the two-year cycle, and to achieve a new record for a low-yield year,” Commerzbank said.

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