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Arabica futures post again strong gains on fear of disruptions in Arabica supplies

MILAN – Arabica coffee futures in New York settled again higher on Thursday. The most active contract for May delivery gai...

New York Stock Exchange to move temporarily to fully electronic trading

ATLANTA & NEW YORK, U.S. – Intercontinental Exchange, Inc., a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses...

Arabica futures surge 5.5% on strike in Brazil, possible delays in gradings

MILAN - Arabica coffee futures prices in New York surged 570 point (+5.5%) on Wednesday bucking the general trend in finan...

Coffee futures rally despite Covid-19 impact on supply and weather concerns

MILAN – Arabica coffee futures closed lower on Wednesday helped by the weakness of the Brazilian currency after a sharp th...

Arabica futures prices skyrocket 8.4% during the last two sessions of the week

MILAN – Ice Arabica futures rose sharply during the last two sessions of the week. The contract for March delivery posted ...

Intercontinental Exchange announces record daily trading volume for sugar futures

ATLANTA & NEW YORK, U.S. & LONDON, UK – Intercontinental Exchange, Inc., a leading operator of global exchanges an...

Coffee futures have been caught up in the coronavirus sell-off, says the Financial Times

MILAN – Coffee futures traded in a thin range on Wednesday: the benchmark contract for March delivery moved between an int...

Intercontinental Exchange reports January 2020 statistics; Coffee ADV up 12%

ATLANTA & NEW YORK, U.S. — Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE:ICE), a leading operator of global exchanges and clea...

Futures prices are pressured down by improved crop prospects, Wuhan flu threat

MILAN – ICE Arabica coffee futures prices for delivery in March fell 4.7 cents, or 4.6%, on Monday to 97.95 cents per lb a...

Arabica coffee futures in New York fell to a one-month low on Monday

MILAN – Arabica coffee futures posted new losses on Monday, the main contract for March delivery in New York fell to a one...