Coffee Insiders’ Update (18/Mar)

The Importance of Relying on Internal Informational Sources In our latest updates on February 16th, 4th and January 20th, we warned that 2016 Arabica Coffee crops estimates by most institutions mistimed the impact of the intense summer that affects Colombia and Brazil since last year. Although the quantity of the crops seemed high then, the 

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Coffee Insiders’ Update (16/Feb)

Inventories and Emerging Currencies Impact on Coffee Prices In our last update, we mentioned that dry weather and parched conditions in Colombia have lead to a lower quality of beans, which finally translates into less deriverable Arabica coffee “C” contract after threashing (trilla), because of the poor yield (you need more kilograms of pergamin coffee to get 

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