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Coffee Enters Bear Market as Brazil Sees Lower Crop Loss

Coffee futures entered a bear market after rains eased drought damage for plants in Brazil, the world's top producer and exporter.

Coffee Poised for Bear Market as Rains Boost Brazil Crop

Coffee futures are heading for a bear market after rains eased drought damage for plants in Brazil, the world's top producer and exporter.

Black Heart in Brazilian Heat Drives Coffee Turnaround

When Fabio Miarelli opened coffee cherries at his 220-acre farm in Brazil's Sul de Minas region to examine how the beans inside were developing, he found wilted, rubbery granules half the normal size.

Coffee fungus raising prices for high-end blends

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government is stepping up efforts to help Central American farmers fight a devastating coffee disease — and hold down the price of your morning cup.

Arabica Coffee Extends Rally as Brazil Seen Dry Through Feb. 20

Arabica coffee extended its bull-market advance as drought drains dams to a record low in Brazil, the world's biggest grower and exporter.

Commodities Head for Third Monthly Gain Led by Coffee

Commodities are heading for the third monthly gain, led by arabica coffee and nickel.

Coffee Extends Longest Slump in 11 Years as Rains Boost Crops

Coffee futures fell, heading for the longest slide in more than 11 years, on speculation that wet weather will boost the crop outlook in Brazil, the world's top grower.

Coffee Exports From India Dropping as Rains Shrink Harvest

Coffee shipments from India, Asia's third-largest grower, are poised to fall this year as a rally in global prices deters buyers from Italy to Russia and after unseasonal rains cut output for the first time in six years.

Coffee Reserves Seen at 2000 Low on Indonesian Rain: Commodities

Robusta coffee stockpiles are poised to slump to a 13-year low as torrential rain in Indonesia disrupts supply and consumers wait three more months before Vietnam's new crop gets shipped.

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  • USDA Weekly Citrus Fruit Report
  • International Cocoa Org. (ICCO) Quarterly Bulletin on Cocoa Statistics
  • ICCO Monthly Review of the Market
  • International Tropical Timber Org. (ITTO) Bi-Monthly Market Report
  • International Sugar Organization (ISO) Quarterly Market Outlook Report
  • ISO Forecast Reports
  • Sucden Financial Sugar Report
  • Russian Sugar Crop News
  • Brazillian Sugar Crops
  • Indian Sugar Crops
  • International Coffee Organization (ICO) Monthly Coffee Market Report
  • Dollar Valuations vs Brazilian Currency
  • Global Crop Progress – Brazil, Argentina and Australia
  • Federal Reserve Interest Rate
  • Cotton and Wool Outlook
  • CFTC Commitment of Traders Report
  • Asian and Middle Eastern Demand
  • Inventories and Supply
  • Unseasonal or Extreme Weather – Rain, Flooding, Drought, Delayed Planting, and Early frosts
  • Rapid Population Growth in India and China
  • Government Subsidies, Programs and Loan Rates
  • Salmonella Outbreaks or other contaminated agricultural products
  • Crop Disease or Infestation
  • Dollar Valuation
  • Deforestation Rates

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