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Futures prices soar on stronger Real, rain damage

Arabica coffee futures recovered sharply on Tuesday, as Brazil’s currency rose to an 11-month high. The benchmark contract for September delivery closed 455 points higher at 140.60 cents for pound on Real’s performance ...

Bad weather caused low cocoa production in Ghana

The low production of Ghana’s cocoa in the 2014/2015 cocoa season was due to unfavourable weather. Alhaji Idriss Alhassan, the Chair of the Supreme...

El Nino could complicate harvest operations in Brazil

MILAN - Brazilian farmers may face wetter than usual weather conditions due to the lingering effects of El Nino phenomenon as the country is...

CoffeeNetwork release White Paper: El Niño and Global Coffee Production

Alexis Rubinstein, Senior Editor at CoffeeNetwork, has released her white paper, "El Niño and Global Coffee Production." Rubinstein examines the weather phenomenon of El...

Robusta harvest advances in the main producer regions of Brazil

Robusta harvest advances in the main producer regions, reports CEPEA - the Center for Advanced Studies on Applied Economics of the University of São...

SERVICES – Speedwell Weather announces an expansion of South American Coffee Monitoring in its Commodity Product

CHARLESTON, SC, USA – Speedwell Weather is pleased to announce the continued expansion of the Speedwell Commodity Product. The latest addition focuses on increasing...

BRAZIL – Late rains guarantee blossoming, but 15/16 crop might be limited, says CEPEA

After a long period of dry weather, recent rains have boosted the flower opening in almost all coffee producing regions in Brazil. From now...

GLOBAL NEWS – Climate Prediction Center sees 70 percent chance of summer El Niño

Scientists at the Climate Prediction Center announced Thursday morning that Pacific Ocean temperatures are warmer than normal, continuing to signal a developing El Niño...

INDONESIA – Coffee production to fall by 50% on extreme weather

Coffee production in the southern Sumatra province of Lampung is expected to fall by 50 percent this year on extreme weather, report local media. This...

INDONESIA – Coffee output may drop to three-year low, says survey

Indonesia’s output is forecast to drop to a three-year low of 8.90 million 60-kilogram bags in 2014/14, from an estimated 10 million bags a...

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