Andres Agredo, June 16, 2017 So it looks like everyone agrees that the coffee market currently don’t tally with fundamentals (talking about the Arabica variety, which is traded on New York exchange), and that recent weakness on futures prices is speculative-driven. But I’m not comfortable with that reasoning. Is there any “tangible” reason behind it?
Andres Agredo, June 08, 2017 “Physical coffee market fundamentals are counting less and less for futures markets, now leaded by algorithmic hedge funds and their short-term interests. We need to develop politics to protect coffee growers’ interests against those of short-term speculators”, said Brazilian coffee broker Escritório Carvalhaes, recently. Commonly, I can feel the pain of
Andres Agredo, May 26, 2017 52, 49 or 45 million 132-pound bags of coffee will be harvested in Brazil for the 2017-2018 coffee year, according to the numbers already posted by some of the main forecasters in the industry. Who will be right and who will be wrong? What we do know as a fact